If you can’t see the point of skiing unless you leave the ground or go at least a measly 50mph, the Dynafit ST Rotation 14 is your binding. Dynafit has taken their already super consistent, bomb-proof, TUV certified binding and cranked it up to 11… or in this case 14. This binding is ideal for the skier who is getting super rowdy in the backcountry and cannot risk pre-releasing, but also might appreciate keeping their ACL intact on the off chance they hit a shark or a chunder nugget when straight-lining the runout. It’s also an ideal binding for the skier who enters the backcountry through resort gates and wants a setup to spend some time both in and out of bounds. The rotating toe piece combined with the sliding Anti-Friction Plate on the brake doesn’t just facilitate a certified consistent release, it also creates a power transfer and locked-in feel that—according to our resident freerider who competes in Freeride World Qualifier events on this binding—is on par with most alpine bindings… maybe even a little better. With all the Dynafit ST Rotation 14's power and reliability, an adjustable release value that goes up to 14, and the ability to transition without taking your skis off, it’s high time you kiss those clunky cast systems or dinky daywreckers goodbye and embrace the wonders of the most reliable tech binding money can buy.
A sliding AFD plate on the brake and the rotating toe piece combine to facilitate a release so consistent that it has passed the TUV SUD safety certification standards that all DIN-certified bindings must pass.
A fully adjustable vertical and lateral release value that goes up to 14, putting it on par with the Marker Duke PT, Salomon Shift, Marker Kingpin—an ideal choice for bigger, sendier skiers.
If registered online, this binding comes with a lifetime warranty that guarantees it will be fixed or replaced if you manage to break or damage it in the next decade.
A quick twist of the heel piece is all that’s needed to transition between walk and ski mode, no need to take your skis off.
The heel piece comes with two generous riser heights in case you prefer your skin track like I prefer my whiskey—straight up.
||90mm, 105mm, 120mm|
||2 + flat|
||Stainless steel, aluminum, high test plastic|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Free touring, ski touring|
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