The white version of the Superlite 2.0 is nearly identical to the black, but with lower release values. This makes it great for lighter skiers that don’t need double-digit release values. The lateral release is adjustable between 5-10, while the forward release is a softer fixed spring. The Superlite 2 features optional brakes which slide off and on with ease. It also has 2.5 riser positions. Turn the heel 180° for the first position, and flip a flap into place for the highest riser. Flat mode counts as a half-position, since it mostly works without the brakes but not with the brakes. The Superlite 2.0 White is an ultralight binding that can be used for racing and touring on all but the biggest skis.
- Adjustable lateral release can be tuned between 5 and 10 on the RV scale.
- Two riser positions let you scale medium to steep slopes without hesitation.
- Turn the binding 90° for a semi-reliable (no detent) flat mode without brakes.
- Optional brakes come in 75m, 90mm, and 105mm widths to match your skis.
- Toe and heel have a 4-hole mounting pattern for improved stability.
Update 2019/20: Dynafit stopped using the white/green color schemes to differentiate between varying release values. Find the 19/20 Superlite bindings here.
|Brakes||Optional 75, 90, 105|
|Crampon Ready||Yes, removable|
|Materials||Forged 7075 aluminum, chromoly & stainless steel, high-strength synthetics|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Racing, training, touring, mountaineering|
|Notes||Softer springs have lower release value|
|Bottom Line||Better Superlite for lighter skiers|
|Compare to other Lean Bindings|
Questions & Reviews
For a releasable DIN 10 binding that weighs nothing and has a flat mode, these are hard to beat. My main gripes are with the accessories, which seem a bit less than perfect. The brake is simple, but the simplicity means that you can't use a flat mode, and flipping the heel should be done with a good glove (and makes them hard to race with). The adjustment plate is also 20mm, which makes it harder for others to use the skis (a more standard 30-40mm plate would make this a lot easier). Hopefully the next iteration can keep the simple design and improve the usability a bit on the heels.
As far as toes, there is not a de-icing component inside, so beware of streams, dense snow, and be sure to regularly clean.
BTW, I'd like to know what do you think about buy a rear part, for example, the RS1 or whatever you consider in order to decrease even more the weight (I know that if I do it, i'll lose the benefits= security, of this kind of bindings).
In the same order of things, i'd like to know which rear binding is more secure, I mean: it's the same system the RS1 than the expedition for example?
Aprox, how many grams do you think I can decrease?
Thank you very much!!
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