Dynafit's Low Tech Race binding...now with brakes! While that may not sound exciting to racers used to skiing without brakes, you better get excited if you want to race in ISMF sanctioned races going forward. With rules phasing in starting in the 2021/22 season, you may need to tick the brake box on a gear check. It's also not the worst idea to have brakes if you're doing hot laps at a resort. Either way, Dyanfit gets you there with the least amount of pain (read: weight) in the LTR 105 Plus binding. While quite similar to the brakeless 105, this version substitutes the simple heel flap for a brake mechanism that locks in retracted mode when skinning uphill. Flip the mechanism down to deploy the brakes and shred the gnar. This is a clever system by Dynafit that doesn't add much annoyance to your otherwise beautiful day.
- Ultralight and strong toe piece has both locked uphill and unlocked ski modes.
- Heel piece is reinforced with an aluminum exoskeleton so you don't 'splode it.
- Clever brake mechanism is integrated with the heel pins to change modes.
- Included crampon receptors (+5g) can be mounted under the toes.
||Forged 7075 Aluminum, high tech synthetic|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Sanctioned racing, resort fitness|
|Notes||Integrated brake is also the heel flap|
|Bottom Line||Future proof racing|
|Compare to other Race Bindings|
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