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Dynafit Radical FT 2.0 Binding


Now with DIN! The new version of the Dynafit Radical bindings has recently been certified by TÜV to alpine touring standards for release and retention. This was partially accomplished by the toe piece being mounted on a rotating plate, allowing the release to be more consistent throughout the flex of the ski. The upgraded version also has a redesigned heel piece, with stronger roofs and thicker pedestals. This is especially important to those interested in the FT version over the ST, since the higher release settings are ideal for bigger and more aggressive skiers. The FT has stronger springs, allowing the binding to be adjusted up to 12 DIN (yes, DIN!). FT aficionados will also appreciate the wider and longer mounting pattern which better supports wide skis. It also has an additional plate under the toe to help distribute power. The Radical FT 2.0 is a viable choice for charging hard in the backcountry.

  • The Radical risers can be changes without rotating the heel, and are now stronger than before.
  • Now standard Power Towers helps ease entry while preventing pre-release from side impact.
  • Wider and elongated mounting pattern improves stability for use with very large skis.
  • Lowered heel pins versus the 1.0 reduces the ramp that can put you in the back seat.
  • Redesigned and strengthened aluminum roofs have feet that grip the sides of the housing.
  • Heels ride on a spring that allows rearward travel as the ski flexes, maintaining consistent release.
  • Toes pivot laterally to work in conjunction with the rotating heel to provide a smooth release.
  • Anti-friction devices on the brake platform prevent unexpected increases in release values.

Radical FT 2.0 vs Radical FT

The 2.0 has been strengthened in several areas, including the heel roof which is under lever strain from the risers. In addition, the toe piece can now rotate laterally which improves the release profile, allowing the binding to be certified to DIN standards for A/T bindings. The mounting pattern is larger which adapts to wider skis and bigger skiers. The heel pins have been lowered to provide a flatter angle of attack.

Radical FT 2.0 vs Radical ST 2.0

Similar to the 1.0 bindings, the primary difference between the ST and the FT is the release value range. The ST 2.0 goes up to a DIN of 10 while the FT can be adjusted to 12. This means it more appropriate for bigger skiers with shorter feet, who end up on the high end of DIN release charts. The FT also has an additional plate under the toe which transfers power over a greater area, at the cost of a few more grams and dollars.

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691g [105mm]
Weight (pair) 1382g [105mm]
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes (mm)   105, 120, 135
BSL Adjustment   45mm
Riser Heights   2 + flat
Vertical Release   5-12
Lateral Release   5-12
Crampon Ready   Yes
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Forged 7075 aluminum, chromoly & stainless steel, hexcel carbon
Skimo Co Says
Usage Freeride touring
Notes Now TÜV certified to DIN standards
Bottom Line Beefy and reliable binder
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Questions & Reviews

Question from matt
Do you offer replacement parts for the Dynafit Radical FT 2.0? I would like to purchase 2 or 3 parts.
Answer from TSB
Hey Matt, feel free to peruse our Dynafit binding parts page!
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Question from Robstokes
What's the pin heights of this model?
Answer from jbo
Hi Rob, we have those at 37.5mm toe and 51mm heel. You can compare that to other bindings using our reference table of pin heights.
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Model: Radical FT 2.0

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