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Dynafit Blacklight Plus Binding

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Blacklight's back, alright! The Dynafit Blacklight Plus is a slimmed-down binding packing a number of Larger Than Life features. Icebreaker Pins and the Step In Side Towers make entering the binding easier than finding a boy band to listen to in the 1990s, which is to say, easy. The removable brake automatically deploys when rotating the heel into ski mode, so you can Quit Playing Games with leashes and brake locks. Thanks to the now-taller second riser, you'll be thinking "That's The Way I Like It" on even the steepest of skinners. More Than That, the vertical release uses a fixed-value U-spring to save weight, while the lateral release is adjustable from 5-12 so it can be set Anywhere For You. One look at the Blacklight+ Binding and you'll be saying, "I Want It That Way."

  • Yes, we incorporated song titles from boy bands into the description. You're welcome.
  • Adjustable lateral release between 5-12 allows you to dial in the lateral release to a preferred value.
  • Multiple riser options make climbing easier on steep skin tracks or in boots with less range of motion.
  • Included brake automatically deploys during transitions so you can't forget it.
  • Bayonet Lock securely integrates the heel piece into the base plate for increased power transfer.
  • Icebreaker Pins and Step In Side Towers make stepping into the toe fast and easy.
convert to ounces
385g [90mm]
Weight (pair) 770g [90mm]
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes (mm)   Without, 75, 90, 105
BSL Adjustment   10mm
Riser Heights   2 + nearly-flat
Vertical Release   Fixed
Lateral Release   5-12
Crampon Ready   Yes
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Forged aluminum, high-tech synthetic, stainless steel
Skimo Co Says
Usage All-around ski touring, resort up-hilling
Notes Bayonet Lock secures the heel piece into the base plate for maximal power transfer
Bottom Line Good balance between efficient uphill travel and confident downhill skiing
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Nathan H
Is the mounting pattern the same as the Radical Speed?
Answer from Emmett I
Hi Nathan,

It is the same hole pattern as the now-discontinued Speed/Speedfit binding, which was the previous version. If you're talking about the Speed Radical binding, the toe pattern is the same, but the heel pattern is different.
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Question from C Schw
Can the breaks be bent 5 mm? Can I use a 90 mm brake on 95 mm wide Hannibal?
Answer from Niko M
Hi C! The 90mm brake should work on a 95mm ski just fine. Thanks!
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Question from Evan
What would you estimate the vertical release to be?
Answer from Jeff
Evan, It is lower on this model. About 6-7.
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Question from Kelly
What's the difference between the blacklight and blacklight+? Are the weights the same if you remove the brake on the +? If you remove the brake, do you need any other components to mount them? Thanks
Answer from Lrow
Hi Kelly,

The Plus is the same binding with brakes so weights will be the same if mounted brakeless. If you were to remove the brake, while using the Plus version, you can mount it but there is a part (that's luckily included) that needs to be mounted with it. It's a little spacer pad, pictured.
Answer from Scott W
Do you have any tips to install the spacer pad? I’m using the blacklight + without bindings and I can’t seem to make it fit in between the binding plate and the binding.
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PATRICK F (used product regularly)
I was skeptical at first about adjusting the risers, as there isn't an obvious way to get a ski pole on them. This is my thirds set of Dynafits over 16 years, and adjusting my previous two pairs with a pole was relatively straight-forward. It turns out there's a bit of a learning curve, but with practice these adjust as well my old ones. To raise them I hook my stiff BD basket under the edge, and up it comes. To lower them, I have to use my pole handle. The toes are a big improvement. They're much easier to get into, and I really like how well they hold for climbing, which was not the case with the older ones. There's a second click to lock them. Again, I have to use the pole handle to release them from climb mode, but I'm not coming out. The pole tip will release them in ski mode. I get that these are lighter, and the heel and risers is probably where the weight savings came from, so that's the trade off.
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Question from Mol
What is the ramp angle of these please?

Also, are the risers heights in order like the speed radical, for example? Thank you!
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Mol, we've measured the toe to heel delta to be +9.5mm. The riser heights go in order of flat, mid, to high, yes. You'll turn the heel 180 degrees to hold the brake down, then have access to the risers from there.
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Model: Blacklight + Binding MPN: 08-0000049154

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