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Plum Pika Binding

Brand: Plum
Model: Pika
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Availability: In Stock
Price: $529.95 $499.00
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A pika is a cute mountain rat. The Plum Pika is a cute alpine touring binding. Both are known to thrive at altitude so let’s start by avoiding confusion. Adding this item to your shopping cart will net you beautifully machined ski touring bindings and not a “whistling hare” (pikas often sound a high-pitched alarm when burrowing).

Made in France, the Pika is a lightweight AT binding with an elegant design. Somewhat-similar to the WEPA, Plum chose to use a heel flipper for a riser and to integrate a removable brake-system. The release mechanism is fully adjustable in both lateral and vertical directions. In other words, this is a full-featured binding at a much lighter weight than you may be used to. We’re happy to offer this binding exclusively as a Plum Center. We’re also happy Plum chose Skimo blue.

  • Both lateral and forward release are fully adjustable from 4-10.
  • Heel sits on and adjustment rail that nets up to 20mm of BSL range.
  • Optional brakes* screw on quickly and come in 85, 95, and 105mm widths.
  • Removable crampon receptor (+10g) accepts Plum crampons quickly.
  • Included heel pad takes some pressure off the pins if you get rad.
  • “Too easy” toe piece is, well, almost too easy to step into.
  • Machined out of super-strong 7075 aluminum.
  • Comes with a rock-solid, 3-year warranty.

* Please note the brakes are sold separately.

-> ounces
Weight (pair) 562g
Boot Compatibility Tech
Brakes Optional 85, 95, 105mm
BSL Adjustment 18mm
Riser Heights 1 + flat
Vertical Release 5-10
Lateral Release 5-10
Crampon Ready Plum crampons only
Specs Verified Yes
Materials Aluminum, steel
Skimo Co Says
Usage Lightweight touring, ski mountaineering
Notes Slick removable brake system
Bottom Line Just enough features to stay light!
Question from Alex
Is it true that PLUM have the same screw patterns as some Dynafit bindings? I'm currently using the TLT Speed 12 but I have had some issues with this binding and I'm thinking of switching to a Pika for next season. Do you think its possible to switch without piercing new holes in the ski? Or am I just being too optimistic.. :)
Answer from Nate
Hi Alex, the Pika is a great binding and I think you'd be very happy with it. It does not have a hole pattern that corresponds with your specific Dynafit bindings and you'll have to drill new holes if you want to use it.
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Question from Kevin
Do you have the brakes for this binding available now? What is the approximate weight of the brakes?
Answer from jbo
Hi Kevin, we expect availability within the next few weeks. Spec weight is 85g on the brakes.
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