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Dynafit Superlite 2.0 Binding

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Dynafit calls the Superlite 2.0 a revolution instead of an evolution. If you like brakes then you might be inclined to agree, since the new version is the first race-weight binding with an (optional) integrated brake. It maintains the fully adjustable lateral-release of the original Superlite that prompted many skiers to start using race bindings for every day touring. With two versions of this binding available, each with a lateral release range of 5-10 or 6-12, Dynafit has created a lightweight, reliable binding that can accomodate a wide range of skiers. Please note that while the lateral releases can be adjusted, the vertical release remains fixed. Last but not least, Dynafit managed to include two risers (just rotate the heel 180º), and they updated the mounting pattern from three holes to a more stable 4-hole pattern.

  • Optional stopper system accepts optional brakes in 75, 90, and 105mm widths.
  • Lateral release can be adjusted between 5-10 or 6-12 to match your size & ability.
  • Two risers let you climb the steeps efficiently after rotating the heel piece.
  • Proven toe pieces design has both unlocked-skiing and locked-uphill modes.
  • 4-hole mounting pattern offers more stability and hold than previous Superlites.

*** Brakes are not included and sold as an optional accessory.

Update 2019/20: Dynafit now calls this binding the Dynafit Superlite 175 Z10 / Z12 and are offering it with two release ranges, each being 5-10 and 6-12. They also updated the paint job, and now offer this binding in a nice yellow and black option.

Specifications
Weight
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181g
Weight (pair) 362g
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes   Optional 75, 90, 105
BSL Adjustment   None
Riser Heights   2 + unofficial flat
Vertical Release   Fixed
Lateral Release   5-10 [Z10]
6-12 [Z12]
Crampon Ready   Yes, removable
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Materials   Forged 7075 aluminum, chromoly & stainless steel, high-strength synthetics
Skimo Co Says
Usage Lightweight touring & mountaineering
Notes Fixed vertical release
Bottom Line Lightest binding w/ integrated brakes
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Questions & Reviews

3/18/2021
Question from Lina
 
Hi! I just bought the Superlite 175s, but was given conflicting/incomplete information about the vertical release on them, and now I'm wondering if I made a mistake... Do you know what the vertical release value ends up being on these? I have the 5-10 DIN version, and I set my DIN to 6.5.
Thanks!
3/19/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Lina, the vertical spring for the Superlite 2.0 in the 5-10 model releases at around a 6.
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2/15/2021
Question from Thomas S
 
thank you. To replace the heel piece do I have to remount the heel piece or can I simply switch out the body of the binding?
2/20/2021
Answer from Not Will McD
 
Hi Thomas,
Unfortunately the Superlite heels do not come off of the baseplate like radical-style heels. To replace the heel piece you will indeed have to unmount the current heel and install the replacement.
2/20/2021
Answer from Thomas S
 
I did remove the heel pieces from the baseplate.
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2/14/2021
Question from Thomas S
 
Will the new version of the heel piece sit on the same mount as the older green model?
2/14/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Thomas, it sure does!
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2/11/2021
Josh A (downright abused product)
 
I flat abused these bindings. They are light. The two tower system is one of the better/lighter options in the market.

Here’s the problem I had. I busted the toe on. Mental completely broke that connects to the toe. It was a cold day and it made for a long day back to the car skiing on one foot.

Price you pay for fast and light. But I haven’t gone back to Dynafit bindings since.

Huge plus for skimo to help me with the warranty process to get me back on the slopes.
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1/28/2021
Question from Nick
 
I bought a used pair of Blizzard Zero G 85s with these bindings. I've heard lots of horror stories about broken superlight 2.0 toe pieces. Which was doubly concerning to me as I was hoping to use these skis for mountaineering applications where a spontaneously broken toe would be a bummer. What would your thoughts be on replacing the toe with a radical toe? I was under the impression they were the same hole pattern, so maybe it wouldn't require a redrill? Also curious if you'd be worried about them pulling out if they were remounted in the same hole.
1/28/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Nick, you can definitely replace them with different toe pieces if you'd like! You may be able to avoid a redrill if you have a nearly identical boot sole length to what it had been mounted for, otherwise you may need to move the toe to have the recommended boot center position. You can reuse the same holes, just add wood glue, avoid cross threading, and don't tighten it super hard(this can cause the screw to become a "spinner").
1/28/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Nick, for what it's worth, I just checked our warranty files and we haven't seen any catastrophic toe failures.
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12/28/2020
Question from Dustin Luton
 
What size Torx bit is needed to adjust binding DIN? 15? 20?
12/28/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Dustin, Dynafit uses a T20 for the lateral RV adjustment.
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11/24/2020
Question from Jake
 
My superlite toe releases a lot when skinning, even locked. The "lock" barely engages the nub, even on the last click. Someone indicated there is a "shim" available to help this. Is that a part I can order?
11/24/2020
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Jake,

Thanks for reaching out! The part you are referring to is in the Dynafit Toe Levers & Locks listing on our website. It is called the Superlite 2.0 Lock Stiffener. This part will help firm up your lock mechanism. Of note, this part is mounted under your toe piece, so you will need to unscrew it!
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11/11/2020
Question from David Miller
 
Do you sell the crampon attachments for the superlite 175 z 12 ?
11/11/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi David, we sure do! They are under our listing for Dynafit crampon receptors.
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11/4/2020
Question from chris cawley
 
Any comment on whether there is a skier weight limit on Speed Superlites? Or, do you have a recommendation for a binding appropriate for a true clydesdale? (asking for a friend, I'm a waif)
11/4/2020
Answer from Will
 
Hey Chris,

There isn't really a weight limit for the binding. Skier weight will however be one of the factors that determines the release value of the binding.

I encourage you to take a look at our binding finder (https://skimo.co/binding-finder). Once you fill that out you'll be able to pull your suggested release value out of the form, based on weight, skier type, age, and style. From there you can select either release value option!
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3/31/2020
Question from John Carmola
 
Is it possible to switch the fixed release springs, for instance from the 12 to the 10? I have multiple pairs of the 12's and am interested in switching them to the softer release. Thanks
3/31/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey John, unfortunately the springs are not sold separately of the binding so in order to get the softer release you'll need to purchase the whole heel piece.
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3/27/2020
Question from Rando Richard
 
I have the women's 2.0 (DIN 10 I guess) and the B&D riser plates on the heel pieces. When touring on flat terrain the heel lever wants to flop forward getting in the way. Isn't there a spring built into the binding to prevent this? Or is the B&D riser causing it to happen?
3/28/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Richard! I haven't heard of this specific issue, but I'll gladly try to brainstorm some solutions! I'm hearing that while you're skinning up on the medium riser height(heel pins pointed towards the ski's tail, metal heel riser up, boot heel resting on the plastic heel housing), the green metal heel riser will fall forward and put you in the taller riser setting. Is that accurate? Does it happen on both heel units, or just one? Send us a few photos and/or videos to "help@skimo.co" and we'll brainstorm potential solutions!
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3/9/2020
Question from Dave
 
Hi. My Superlite 2 binding was mounted for a 304mm BSL Dynafit boot. Now I have a 305mm Scarpa F1. However, despite the theoretical 1mm longer BSL, when I mount this F1 boot, the kiss/tech gap at the heel isn’t ‘reduced’. Instead, the gap is now 6mm instead of the 5.5mm( recommended) gap when I use the older Dynafit boot on it. Will it make a significant difference?thanks
3/10/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Dave, while it's hard to say what sort of difference this would make without testing your setup in our Jetbond machine, my sense is that with the stiffer vertical release values on the older Superlite 2.0s, you should be fine with a 0.5mm greater gap. Given that you have your Superlite heels on an adjustable track, however, feel free to make that 0.5mm adjustment and get yourself back to the ideal positioning.
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3/8/2020
Question from Dave
 
I’m 155lbs and usually ski with DIN 6. I have a ski with this black Superlite 2.0 set up for a 304mm BSL boot but recently changed to a Scarpa F1 that comes in at 305mm. Will I need to adjust the heel gap?
3/8/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Dave, quite likely. The effective tech length can be different than the BSL printed on the sole, so it's hard to say until you put the new boot in. And then once you do, there is a wide array of opinions on what constitutes "close enough". We like to be very precise with gapping as it can affect the release/retention.

BTW, your black Superlite likely tests higher than your desired value in forward release.
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1/28/2020
Everett Phillips (used product regularly)
 
I have been using dynafit bindings in the backcountry for over a decade now and I am pretty loyal to this brand. It has served me well in many no-fall situations. However, this is the lightest weight binding I've owned. Initially I was hesitant to ski aggressively with these. I played around with the din setting quite a bit and have found that they are very precise. I am now ripping confidently through creek beds and horrendous sastrugi. They don't pre-release on me even when set to a lower DIN. On the other hand when I stuff a tip and need them to release they do. Its amazing how this technology has advanced. I have them mounted on a pair of 188cm Beast 108's and I am looking forward to confidently climbing and skiing some bigger lines this spring.
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1/1/2020
Question from Barry Robertson
 
Do you sell the Dynafit Speed Race binding separately? I just need a toe.
1/1/2020
Answer from Jeffrey
 
Barry, we have many Dynafit toe pieces here, including the Superlight 2.0 Dynafit toes.
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11/23/2019
Question from Brad Zeerip
 
Howdy, It looks like the Superlite 2- Z series has a beefed up toe around the toe screws. Can you confirm this? I have had a problem breaking the toe pieces at the screw on the superlite and superlite 2.o versions. The 2.0 had more beef around the screw but it was not enough. Also does the newly announced lifetime warranty apply to the superlite 2.0 Z series?
11/25/2019
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Brad, you're right that the current product iteration does include a slightly thicker baseplate which may resolve your previous issue. You're correct that the Lifetime Warranty applies to all bindings sold in model year 2019-20 and beyond.
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2/4/2019
Question from Dennis
 
How does the technology on this binding compare to the Radical ST 2.0? does this binding feature the pivotting toe?
Of course ,I assume it does not compensate for ski length change due to flex? Thanks, Dennis
It looks like even adding the adjustment plate and brakes the weight would be half compared to the ST 2.0 with brakes?
2/5/2019
Answer from Jeffrey
 
Dennis, The Superlite is, as its name suggests, not too comparable to the Radical ST 2.0. It does not have the rotating toe that is currently found on the Rotation 7,10 and 12. Use our binding finder to find what will fulfill your needs.
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1/21/2019
Question from Ryan B
 
If you mount the heels on an adjustable heel plate, can you still use the brake?
1/21/2019
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Ryan! With Dynafit's Superlite 2.0 plate you can use the brakes. With the B&D plates, you can not use the brakes.
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10/11/2018
Question from Matthew
 
Would the black version (DIN 12) be a bad choice for someone who skis around a 7 DIN? I only weigh 130 pounds so I'm curious if this binding would be dangerous in terms of not releasing under certain circumstance given my low weight.
10/12/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Matthew, the vertical release of the black version of this binding is pretty far outside your needs but the white version is pretty darn close, if not spot on.
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5/1/2018
Andy (used product a few times)
 
After great success with my SL 2.0 whites on my Vertex-X, a friend gave my a pair of the greens. I replaced the Speed Radicals on my Cho Oyus with the greens because the ice buidup associated with the bsl adjustment screw & track was giving me fits--some days in our maritime snows I couldn't get more than 4 strides without snow reaching the height of the binding. I feel I made a good choice. Fitted with B&D adjustment plates and antitwists, striding has actually improved; the anti-twist works great; no twist using the lifts; ice buildup occurs (like today) but is minimal and easily resloved. The setup, of course, is lighter, always a good thing. I feel the performance is better just because of a better match in the system of binding delta, boot ramp angle, boot forward lean, and tibia length (I use them with my TLT6M--I had to add shims to the toes of the Speeds and even then this is better). I did not like these bindings with the Scarpa F1--even with the forward most lean, I felt in the back seat. It seems to me that the Scarap F1 has a much milder ramp angle than the TLT6 and the added forward lean does not make up for that given the very low delta of the Superlight 2.0. The greens require a mild stomp by me to get into, less than the acceleration my 100-lb wife applies to get into her Vertical STs (Lou at wildsnow couldn't get into the greens on the snow). I have the lateral release set to my suggested RV, but the high set vertical release give me a little pause--thus a 4 star rating, altho one feels VERY secure once the heel is set; obviously no pre-release LOL
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