Moving Dynafit bindings from one ski to another often requires a brake change to accommodate the new width. Brakes can also get damaged. Please note ► The Dynafit brakes listed below the line are priced individually so you will need two if switching skis or one if fixing damage. The brakes have a few millimeters of wiggle room, so a 100mm brake will work on a ski slightly over 100mm in underfoot width.
Superlite 2.0 75mm x2 - Removable TLT Superlite 2.0 brakes, in a 75mm width for skinny skis.
Superlite 2.0 90mm x2 - 90mm all-around version of the new cool Superlite brakes.
Superlite 2.0 105mm x2 - The widest brake available for the Superlite 2.0, for those powder skis.
I have a set of older Mt. Baker skis (which I love) with Dynafit Vertical ST bindings. I'm planning to do a trip to the Haute Route in Europe, and they want me to have brakes (they don't have brakes currently). So, my questions are: is it just a matter of getting these ski brakes and installing them (or having them installed by somebody)? Is there something I need to check before ordering the brakes?
I apologize in advance for a potentially repetitive question, but I want to make sure I'm clear on everything! I (like a few before me) am trying to get a narrower pair of brakes for the Radical ST 2.0's... I understand that the ST Rotation brakes are compatible BUT you're out of stock for the season. Would the older 'Radical ST 110mm' brakes work, or are they incompatible? Thank you! Another question! In your opinion, would the 135mm brakes be annoying to use if mounted on a 106 underfoot ski? There's definitely some psychic angst in not having the right fit, but if the narrower brakes are impossible to find I'm fine with putting up with elephant-ears brakes for the foreseeable future... thank you for your helpful responses!
Garth- All Radical 2.0 and Rotation brakes are interchangeable. All other Dynafit bindings will have a different brake and not be compatible with each other. 135mm brakes will stick out a fair amount past your skis edges. If you dont mind the possibility of catching them together while walking than you could use them.
Hi there, I have a pair of Dynafit Radical 2s with 120mm brakes and I'm looking to downsize to a pair of 92mm skis. Do you have anything in stock that would work for this? If not, do you know when you will?
I recently purchased some TLT radical ST 2.0 bindings and I need to downsize from a 135 mm brake to a 105ish brake, what are my options? From reading the above questions and answers, it sounds like the 105 ST rotation brakes will work?
I am wondering if you have 120 mm brakes for Dynafit TLT Radical FT 2.0 bindings? I only need the brake piece. I have the bindings and want to put them on a fatter ski. I do not see 120 mm width on the website. Thanks for the help.
I have a circa 2014 Dynafit Speed Radical bindings on a 105 width ski. I'm starting to get nightmares about losing one, so am looking at adding brakes. Which of the many options you have listed are compatible with that binding? Thank you, Steve
Hi Steve, unfortunately the Speed Radical bindings are not compatible with brakes. There's an option from Kreuszpitze but you will have to install it before every descent and remove it before skiing. You can find it here
Hey Charlie! Not really, there are some structural and geometric differences between the brakes that makes them specific to that exact model. Best bet is going to be to purchase a Radical FT or ST 100mm baseplate that includes the brakes.
Hey Steve! Structurally, the baseplates are identical and there are a few small cosmetic differences. You can definitely use an ST, but just know that it won't have the huge carbon support thing that the FT uses to bridge the gap between the toe and the heel. Should be perfectly compatible though.