12/19/2017
 
Hey Doug! Yup, they're the same attachment! I'd go with 110mm brake!
12/19/2017
 
Hey Toby! Sorry for the slow reply! We've found that, outside of mounting the leash on the heel fork, going underneath the crampon receptor is the best way to do attach a leash. Check out the artwork I've attached. If you are using crampons then the heel fork is your best bet.
12/19/2017
 
Hey Dane, thanks for reaching out! It comes with a ton of hardware. Everything you need for mounting the plate to the ski, the heel to the plate, and new screws for the toe and shim. Just no paper mounting template unfortunately. Ski Trab was assuming only the most experienced skiers would be using this and therefore assumed some pretty advanced mounting techniques that include making a jig yourself or employing world class eyeballing for an accurate mount!
12/18/2017
 
Hey Martin! Cuff height on the Sytron and Backland is a touch shorter in the front and the back than the Alien RS actually (by about 1cm). I have a few theories as to why they made the forward lean the way they did but I definitely can't speak confidently about the design intricacies with any sort of authority. You're definitely not alone in the forward lean discussion on that boot though.
12/18/2017
 
Hey Marc! You got it! The plastic one lives up top and it's the permanent one, the "anchor." The metal one is where the bungee loops down and around. The hole in the leather tab is kind of confusing, but you don't ever need to use that actually.