The Dynafit TLT Speed binding excels at a variety of things. Allowing you to focus on the task at hand, rather than fiddling with gear, is its strong suit. An aluminum and composite toe piece strike a fine balance between weight, strength, and durability. The long toe lever and icebreaker pins provide extra toe socket clearing power for accurate binding retention. The heel features a nearly-flat-on-ski mode and two riser heights to adapt to conditions and skin tracks everywhere. The forward release is fixed and the lateral release is adjustable from 6-12. The Speed binding casually flies under the radar at 293g per side, offering just enough capabilities to appeal to tourers while still being friendly to gram-counters. You can even add brakes on the occasion you need them. The Dynafit Speed binding is a breath of fresh air amongst skiers who all want one thing: not to fuss with gear. Light, simple, and easy.
+/-5mm boot sole length adjustment in the heel track.
Two riser heights and flat mode make skinning efficient.
Optional 75mm, 90mm, and 105mm brake sizes.
Adjustable lateral release helps with twisting falls.
Heel housing attaches via toolless Bayonet lock.
Ice-Breaker pins help clear debris from your boots.
Adjustability where you want it, simplicity elsewhere.
Following up the 11.22 question from Eirik, I have a 322 BSL Maestrale and a 314 BSL F1. In your experience with these bindings thus far, is there enough adjustment range to mount to a 318 BSL and allow for +/- 4mm of adjustment to run either boot? Thanks for weighing in!
Do not buy these, they need to be recalled the toe lever will break on your first tour because the tiniest piece of plastic that is barely attached to the aluminum lever is the only thing that keeps you in tour mode. I bought these without really looking at them too much but just blindly trusting dynafit after having owned so much of their great gear and various models of bindings. I wanted something lighter than the radicals and went with these and when I got to the parking lot for my first tour one binding was already broken and tour mode wouldn't engage, when I figured out the plastic piece that wedges the toe in tour mode was gone I rigged a rubber ski strap underneath it and wedged it up and to keep the strap off the snow and out of the way I looped it through one of my buckles. So problem fixed, 5 dollar strap to make a brand new 500$ binding work. I toured for the day went home and in disbelief was looking at the bindings and blown away by the ingenious work of engineering and obvious lack of testing and I put the not broken binding into tour mode and popped it with my hand back into ski mode and the tiny plastic piece on the non broken binding went flying across the room. Boom - one tour down both bindings broken. I took them back to the store and the guy already knew why I was bringing them back! Don't buy these, don't sell these. Recall them, refund them! Now I'm buying non-dynafit replacements.
Hi Justin, as you discovered, locking the toe without a boot in it is contraindicated. Note there are already new lever parts available to rectify that situation (if you want to lock and unlock without a boot).
Hey Eirik, thanks for reaching out! Yes, in theory, however sometimes you don't actually get the max adjustment range out of each binding, meaning even though they state 10mm of adjustment, you actually get maybe 7-9mm or so. Maybe a better way to put it would be that I definitely wouldn't want to bet a new ski on getting all 10mm of adjustment out of it.
Hey Michael, this'll be releasing closer to the Superlite Black edition than the White. Exact release value depends a bit on the boot sole length, ski flex, and a few other things, but we haven't done enough release value testing to confidently say how they are operating across the board. The SpeedFit is testing closer to the White Superlite.
Hi Chris, I've just updated our table of hole patterns. The toe is the same as the Radical, but the heel is a new 28 x 38.5 (W x L) rectangular pattern. The aft heel holes match up with the Superlite 2.0 for what it's worth.