Skimo Co

Hagan Ride 10 Binding


If you have surfed deep into the Skimo Co website without feeling out-of-place, chances are the Hagan Ride 10 is what a fully featured binding should look like to you. At a meager 290g per side, the Ride is right there with some of the lighter bindings on the market. What’s really impressive, however, is how much Hagan managed to pack into the binding. The toe-piece is a classic design that’s been refined over the years with an integrated set of surprisingly effective brakes. The heel-piece offers a full flat-on-ski mode along with two risers that adapt to changing terrain. Simply flip the magnetic heel-flaps into place with your pole to start climbing. Included is a simple adjustment track that offers 30mm of sole-length range to accommodate multiple boots. The Hagan Ride 10 is the real deal.

  • Easy Entry System is a super smooth toe geometry that clamps down like a teething toddler.
  • Toe brakes means no interference with the lateral-heel release mechanism.
  • Fully adjustable vertical and lateral release values from 5-10.
  • Magneto flap brings race-binding efficiency to the touring world.
convert to ounces
290g [91mm]
Weight (pair) 580g [91mm]
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes (mm)   75, 86, 91, 97
BSL Adjustment   30mm
Riser Heights   2 + flat
Vertical Release   5-10
Lateral Release   5-10
Crampon Ready   Yes
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Aluminum alloy, Injected-molded POM thermo-plastic, Stainless steel
Skimo Co Says
Usage Ski touring
Notes Has flat mode and 2 riser heights, integrate crampon hooks
Bottom Line Lightweight, full-featured binding with brakes
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Questions & Reviews

Calvin E (used product a few times)
Well, I've tried quite a number of different touring bindings, and this one is by far the best ever! Just bought a second set for wife's skis. This toe-mounted brake design seems funky and took me a while to get used to, but once I tried it, I loved it! It works very well, and not being under your boot means it doesn't need an AFD (Anti-Friction-Device). Good low ramp angle too. I'm also impressed with the retention of these bindings - I've been using them on resort where I ski harder, and with heavy powder skis (not light-weight touring boards) and I haven't had a single pre-release yet! Decided to do this so I can use touring boots on resort, which is also why I wanted brakes.
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Question from Greg S
As far as I can tell, the Hagan Pure 10 and the Hagan Ride 10 are almost identical! The Pure bindings have heel mounted brakes instead of toe mounted, and they cost $100 less. Any other differences you can spot?
Answer from TSB
Hey Greg, you nailed the main difference with the Pure having a different brake mount. The Pure and Core also adjust on their tracks using a positioning plate/"worm drive" rather than the typical four-bolt adjustment plate/bolt-tension system utilized for the Ride and other ATK race and race-plus-style bindings.
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Question from Kevin O
How weight would you drop if you mounted without the brakes? Thanks.
Answer from Jeff
Kevin, the brakes are interconnected to the toe piece, but can be removed. Each weighs about 60-70g.
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Stormpeakco (used product a few times)
Hi folks, just like to give a shout out for the staff and expertise @
Recently purchased a pair of the Hagan Ride 10 bindings (and skis) that were mounted by the Skimo staff on a pair of Blizzard Zero G 85 skis. Have skied and toured twice at our local ski hill and I do not feel short changed with the Ride 10 bindings with 2 heel riser positions despite skinning up some black run stretches...Have not had any binding pre-releases nor have I suffered any falls to report on any binding releases.
Wonderful gear and Q/A with three members of the staff.
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Question from Calvin E
Would it be possible to get the 120mm brakes for these that are offered for the other Hagan bindings?
Answer from TSB
Hey Calvin, quite possibly! Shoot us an email at and we'll see what we can do.
Answer from Calvin E
Email sent. I already ordered the bindings from your website, but hope that you can include wider brakes. Thanks!
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Question from sbf

Will I still experience 5mm of toe/heel delta even with the heel mounting plate?


Answer from Jeff
SF, Yes, the delta is figured with the mounting plate.
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Question from thomc
Hey Skimo, hope all's well. Can the 75mm ski brake fit the Magico 178cm, or does it require the 86? Thanks. TC
Answer from Jeff
Thom, I put it to the test. The 75mm brake sits snug against the sidewall of the ski. Brake arms same angle as the sidewalls. With just a slight bend it should work fine.
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Question from Cal
Would it be possible to remove the brakes from this binding with out rendering it non-functional?
Answer from Jeff
Hey Cal! You can remove the brakes, you should see a screw where the brakes go into the baseplate. Putting back together can be a bit tricky because of the springs. They are great brakes, very light and the front positioning actually works very well without the drawbacks of brakes at the heel. Much simpler to use and doesn't effect release values or raise the heel/ ramp angle.
Answer from Calvin E
Ok, cool. I don't use brakes in the backcountry and my Voile V8's are 116 mm just ahead of the toe binding, so the brakes wouldn't fit anyway. I love everything else about the Ride 10 - seems similar to the Black Diamond Helio 200, which is out of stock and very expensive ($700 at REI).
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