5/10/2015
Question from Nick
 
I am looking at buying and mounting these on the K2 Comeback 104. Would I be able to squeeze the 100mm brake on there or would I have to make the jump to 110mm? I'm concerned that the 110 may drag on turns...
5/10/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Nick, the brakes migrate inwards on top of the ski as they are being retracted, so you shouldn't have any issue with drag. Depending on your boot sole length, the ski may widen enough to require bending of the 100s which can compromise the stopping ability. It's probably possible to get those to work, but not necessary.
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12/1/2014
by Chris W (used product regularly)
 
I use these bindings as well as the Speed Radical. Upgrading to the radical was inspired, in part, by the fact that the brakes on ST bindings seem to be pretty mediocre, even with mid-fat (90mm) skis. I've had to chase a ski more than once when it glided down despite having the brakes extended. I still use these (ST) for touring with skinnier skis, especially inbounds.
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6/12/2014
Question from Billy
 
I have 88mm waist G3 Zenocide skis, I presume I should be using a 92mm brake size if using the Radical ST, is this correct?

Also are the Radical ST with 92mm brake you are selling the 2013/2014 models or earlier?

Thanks,
6/12/2014
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Billy, yes, the 92mm would be the best brake size for the 88's. All the Radicals we have in stock are from this season with the new spring in the heels that allow the housing to slide backward.
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5/25/2014
Question from Mac
 
Hi,
I have "K2 Shreditor 112 Skis - Men's - 2014" with the Specs:Tip/Waist/Tail Widths: 135/112/130.
Just wondering which size of the brake width should I buy from this DYNAFIT RADICAL ST BINDING ?
Also, can this "brake" be removable ?

Thank you !
5/29/2014
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mac. There are a couple millimeters of wiggle room with the widths, so the 110mm brakes should work. For comparison, DPS recommends the 110mm brakes for their 112mm skis. The 130s would also work, but hang over the edges a bit more.

The brakes aren't designed to be removed but can be cut off with some effort. Note there is an anti-rotation feature built into the brake mechanism that prevents the binding from rotating into ski mode when skinning. Removing the whole brake will disable this feature.
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