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.
Hello. I have the Fischer Tour Classic Tour Binding w/ 105 brake (T70315). My research says these are identical to TLT Radical ST by Dynafit. I am looking to mount these w/ 105 brakes on Fischer Transalp Carbon 90. I believe it may be necessary to replace the brakes (opinion?). I am confused as to what break to buy. Looking at your images for Dynafit Parts images on skimo, it looks like I should buy the "ST Rotation 90" and the photo looks much more like my brakes / base vs. the photo for the Radical ST, 92. Really appreciate your help on this. Thank you.
Greetings, Mr. Ski Free or Die! Fischer has put out a few different Tour Classic bindings rebranded from Dynafit, if could you potentially send us a photo of your particular binding at firstname.lastname@example.org we can get you sorted out with the right brake for your Trans-White Mountain skis.
Thanks for your question! Since you're moving the binding down to a 90mm underfoot ski, swapping out the brakes is a good idea to avoid catching them on your skis, the slope, etc... The ST Rotation 90 brake should do the trick for you (the other option is for the non-rotating toe piece iteration). Please keep in mind they come individually so you will need to order two. Happy turns!
Will the Radical ST brakes work on the Radical RT bindings?
Hey Garrett, we have not seen the Radical RT, and not even a search of ski-antiquarian Lou Dawson's site could pull up a match! What is this binding? Feel free to reach out to email@example.com with a photo.
Im thinking of getting the TLT Speed 12. Any opinion on how problematic the fact that you can't go full flat footed with it in tour mode? Also, general impression of the binding. Final qeustion: do you you think the 105 break work on work on a 110 ski? Thanks, Craig
Craig, the Speed is pretty close to 0. The Speed is +3, quite close to Zero, few bindings come in at perfectly flat. So no problem. The Speed's new Turret design gives good performance in a light package. The 105mm brake should be pretty close to fit your 110mm ski, maybe have to bend out a bit.
I have the Dynafit Superlite 2.0 bindings. Is there a break compatible with those bindings and 115mm skis?
Jim, the 105mm brake is the widest Dynafit makes for the Superlight. If you want to go with that combination you would need to bend out. This brake is more compact and may be tougher to get to fit and still be an effective stopper.
I've got the Dynafit Vertical TNT, and it is mounted on a 110mm wide under foot ski. I'm looking for a brake, and it looks like the widest you carry is 100mm. Is that right? Or am I my not finding anything wider? Thanks!!
Mir, sorry that's it. The Verticals have been out of production for about 6 years and new parts are no longer available. If you want to add brakes you will have to bend them out.
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?
Hi Jorge, the Vertical ST brakes found here will fit right on! Give us a shout if you need help installing.
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?
Dylan- Everything we have is listed in the above drop down menu. There are no more of these brakes at Dynafit as of now. My guess is we will not see more until next season.