Cut from the same lean cloth as the Speed binding, the TLT Speed 10 also offers hassle-free performance in a lightweight package. This version is built with slightly lower release values, but otherwise is the same binding at a lower price. The Speed 10 is equipped with BSL adjustment, lateral release adjustment, and multiple risers. The heel piece spins 180° to access the nearly-flat mode, then one or both risers can be flipped down to adapt to the skin track. An optional brake is available with a variety of sizes to suit everyone's fancy. The Dynafit Speed 10 pairs nicely with your choice of touring ski and cold-smoke.
Ice-Breaker pins help clear debris from you boot fittings.
+/-5mm adjustment in the heel track for different boots.
Two riser-heights and a nearly-flat mode to choose from.
Adjustable 5-10 lateral release and fixed vertical release.
Optional 75mm, 90mm, and 105mm brake sizes, sold separately.
Bayonet lock means it’s more easily-serviced than others.
Update 2018/19: The binding now comes with an aluminum toe piece (instead of steel) and new anodizing, offering a very noticeable 55g of weight savings per side.
Update 2019/20: The SpeedFit binding was renamed the Speed 10 to more clearly delineate it from the Speed 12.
hi i have the speedfit 10 binding, and am not sure it is mounted correctly. the heelpiece jiggles a bit on the mounting plate - or at least that's what I think is happening. I haven't had the heel piece off, but it seems like the mounting plate is secure to the ski. Is it normal that there is some play between the heel piece and the mounting plate? thanks
Hey Jeff, So sounds like it is mounted correctly. That heel is what Dynafit calls a Bayonet style, just like the Rotation binding. It is very solid, and there is a little wiggle to it. Quite small. If you feel it is more, you can send a video to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have skied about 10 solid days on these so far including some big days in Alaska in the spring. The binding is very light considering it has multiple riser heights, and I haven't had any issue with the toe piece releasing on kick turns. I got the test version in order to have more adjustability for boot sizes and have skied in them in a superlight skimo boot and a Scarpa Maestrale, good experiences all around.
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To lock the toe the binding requires a small plastic stopper that is part of the lever, I recently lost this very small plastic piece and now my binding will not lock in place. Do you sell this small replacement part? Thanks Chris
Hi, when I use the highest heel-riser it turns off by itself just after a few steps, again and again. I guess it is because turning it on and especially off goes with too much ease...? Does anyone have the same experience? Is there anything I can do about it (tighten any screw etc)?
Thanks for reaching out! There isn't a screw to adjust, but email us a few photos of the left and right sides of the heel piece and we'll see what we can figure out! The address is email@example.com.
Hi skimo, can you tell me how to remove the heel piece of the speedfit binding (with brake). Thanks much
never mind, I figured it out.
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I’m adjusting a speedfit 10 binding for a new boot. Specifications say 10mm bsl adjustment but the ends of the stop marks indicate more like 13mm. Can I safely adjust the center of the “V” to the end of the stop mark? If so I can get required 5.5mm spacing and avoid a remount. Thanks
Great question! You should be all good to safely adjust to the center of the "V". Enjoy!
Hi David, for the record, we list 10mm as the range limit because it's nearly impossible to try and mount this for BSLs that are 13mm apart. But once it's mounted, yes there is 13mm of range.
just received the speedfits and brakes, and they look like they will work great with a new pair of skis for next season. However, before I start mounting in the Fall, I wanted to get clarification on two thing:
1) do the bindings accommodate standard dynafit crampons?
2) I understand that, while the heel lateral release runs from 6-10, the heel vertical release is fixed. I've read that it is fixed at 8, which seems reasonable. Is that your understanding? (My bindings are typically set between 7 and 8).
Thanks much for your great service.
Hey Frederick! Glad they look good! Yes, they will accept standard Dynafit crampons. You are correct, lateral release is adjustable from 5-10 but the vertical release is fixed. There are a handful of factors, most notably boot sole length, that will affect your vertical release. We don't publicly display our release test data but if you are in the 7-8ish realm then you are likely a reasonable match with this binding. Feel free to send me an email if you'd like to discuss further, or even better, visit our binding finder.
Do the SpeedFit toes use the same mounting pattern as the Speed Radicals?
Hi Coby, yes the Speed and SpeedFit use the 30x39 Radical toe pattern.
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Erik (used product a few times)
I have this binding on a Helio 105 with Maestrales. When touring the top of the maestrales will hit the toe lock lever and cause the binding to release. This is a very frustrating issue as every kick turn causes a release. Took them to the local shop and they said there was nothing they could do. I would recommend making sure your boot has a short enough toe welt to function properly before buying.
FYI I am using the older 2016 blue buckle Maestrales.
Hi Erik, we haven't seen this problem. What size boot do you have?
Do you know the heel gap that is spec'd for this binding with boot locked down? Thanks. cc
Hi Chris, it is 5.5mm.
Hi, Thanks for Verifying!! cc
It’s nearly impossible to spin the heel piece when used with a brake.. any solution to this ? Thnx
Hi Chris, you can file down the little bumps it needs to surmount.
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Wondering if anyone knows about installation of brakes after these bindings have been mounted?
The heel piece has to come off of the baseplate (it's sitting on a threaded baseplate) and the plastic nubbin piece that's in the way of installing the brakes pops off and the brakes take its place. Then you have to thread the heel housing and brake back onto the baseplate and you're all good to go!
Just to clarify- do you back the heel piece all the way off by the adjustment screw and it’s removed that way ?
Hi Chris, yes and you may need to gently pry up the plastic piece in front of the housing to allow it to slide off the track.
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Hello! Is the weight 310gr, as in the text, or 348gr, as in the specs?
Hi Sigurd, thanks for pointing out the discrepancy. The Specs have our verified weight of 348g, a bit over the catalog weight.