The original Kreuzspitze GT Binding impressed the ski touring world with its race weight binding that had adjustable vertical and lateral release values. So you can imagine our excitement to see Kreuzspite up their game with a further refined version of this binding, logically named the GT 2.0. Upgrades include an updated toe piece that features a revised geometry over the original, which made it much easier to operate - think smoother lever action and better step in. The binding designers also listened to the crowds and integrated the previously not-included race flaps and high risers. The attached heel risers can be flipped into place, allowing for more convenient transitions. Now you don't have to take the time to rotate the heel piece before climbing. Of course, Kreuzspitze kept the patented release value adjustability. This innovative system moves a lightweight and simple U-spring fore and aft, allowing you to set your prefered value. And since it's adjustable, you can tweak it to keep up as you grow and/or begin to ski more aggressively. At the end of the day, you're getting a race weight binding that adds more features than the original at an even better price.
- Precision-Fast-Easy system allows for quick and easy step in.
- Double Release System allows for independently adjusted vertical and lateral release.
- 3 heel heights help find the perfect climbing angle.
- Toe lever has 2 modes, allowing for secure lockout, even with worn out toe inserts.
- Can pair with optional ski brake.
||2 + flat|
||aluminum, steel, titanium, polymer|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Ski mountaineering, speed touring, recreational racing|
|Notes||PFE step in system|
|Bottom Line||Detail packed at a super competitive weight and price|
|Compare to other Lean Bindings|
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