Parts for your G3 ION Binding. If you don't see the item you need, please contact us and we will do our best to get it for you.
ION Crampon Connector - Adaptor kit for attaching G3 ION ski crampons. Included with ION crampons, the kit can also be mounted flat to attach them to any ski. Comes with mounting screws to attach to an ION binding plus screws to attach directly to an ION-less ski. Kit has enough hardware for a pair of skis.
ION LT Leash Clip x1 - Replacement leash clips for the leash attachment underneath your ION toe. Weighs 3g each.
ION Toe Shims x1 - The plastic baseplate that lives underneath the toe of your ION 10, ION 12, or ION LT. Weighs 13g each.
ION AFD Repair Kit - Complete repair kit for a set of bindings. 2x AFD Sliders and 2x Springs sold in the kit.
ION AFD Slider - Sold individually, these anti-friction devices help keep the release values from fluctuating and aid in accurate lateral release values. Sold individually.
ION Brake Spring Cover - Prevents icing of the brake-spring assembly under the heel of the boot. Sold individually.
ION Mz Plunger - The plastic bushing that the internal lateral release spring rides in, buried inside the ION heel pieces. Weighs 2g each.
Zed Demo Plates - A pair of long adjustment tracks for your G3 Zed binding.
ION Toe Screws - Mounting screws for ION binding toe pieces. Works with all models: 10, 12, LT. Sold individually.
ION Heel Screws - Heel mounting screws for the ION 10, ION 12, and ION LT bindings. Sold individually.
So if I buy the ION LT Heel Plate do I get two for $69.95? If I mount these new Ion Lt Heel plates, will they have the detent, and capability, that is on the new Ion LTs to stop auto-rotation of the heel to ski mode, while skinning ?
My Gen 1 ION LTs occasionally auto-rotate into ski mode; usually on a steep, icy traverse. A PIA.
Hey Raymond! Nope, only one heel plate per $69.95. The heel locking mode should be cross-compatible between the different models which is sweet, but because of that I am unsure if they are going to have any positive effect on the auto-rotation. Dropping down to flat mode during the icy traverses might help to avoid that rotation issue. Either way, sorry to hear about the trouble, that's a bummer.
Hey Cecilia! Thanks for reaching out! I've got some good news and bad news for you! The bad news is that I don't have any stand alone adjustment plates for them (unless you're looking to replace the brakes, in which case I do, find them here). The good news is that I don't think you need an adjustment plate anyways as all of the ION bindings come with a built in adjustment track on the heel piece! It's adjusted via the Phillips screw at the bottom of the baseplate near the top sheet of the ski.