Between the massive and gorgeous lines in British Columbia, blissful deep Utah powder, and steep, technical skiing of the Northeast, there is some truly impressive skiing to be done on our continent. But, to ski the biggest and best that North America has to offer, you need the right binding at your feet. Fresh from across the pond comes the Plum Caribou (aka Guide North America), a freeride-oriented touring binding made to handle the conditions that we call home. The burly Guide toe is made even more powerful by a wider mounting pattern for the toe plate, which improves power transfer to the ski and steering in deep conditions. The heel piece uses the turret of the Summit binding which offers adjustable vertical and lateral release up to 12 for optimizing retention and safety, enabling you to ski harder and faster with less worry. Summit-style heel risers give you 3 climbing positions, including a flat mode, so that however steep the terrain that you're pursuing, your binding won't hold you back. An optional stomp pad further increases the burliness of the binding, especially during landings. This hard-to-come-by binding is perfect for those who want a traditional touring binding with enough "oomph" to inspire confidence for skiing harder, faster, and deeper all across the pristine winter playground of North America.
- Wider toe platform improves power transfer to the edge of fatter skis.
- An optional heel stomp pad improves freeride performance.
- Three riser positions, including a flat mode.
- Adjustable vertical and lateral release.
- 5-year warranty from Plum.
- Includes leashes.
||423g (w/ heel pad)
384g (no heel pad)
|Weight (pair)||846g (w/ heel pad)
768g (no heel pad)
|Brakes||No, leashes included|
|Riser Heights||Flat, 54mm, 79mm|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Touring up and Freeskiing down.|
|Notes||Can be purchased with or without stomp pad|
|Bottom Line||A modern version of the classic Guide binding, equally robust.|
|Compare to other Lean Bindings|
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