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Ski Trab Toe Pieces

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Italian toes are more likely to be held onto skis using these widgets. If you’ve got toe problems or just want your feet to look more Italian, get some new binding toe pieces here. This is our growing collection of Ski Trab binding toes.

Titan Vario.2 – Lightweight toes from Ski Trab. They don't have coiled springs, instead you press down on the lever to open the wings and step in. Really simple and effective. Perfect for splitboarding as well. Toe shim, crampon clip, leash loop and 4 screws included. Everything you need to fly uphill. 81 grams with shim, leash loop, and crampon receptor.

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Questions & Reviews

7/24/2021
Question from Karl
 
I'm thinking about getting a pair of these to combine them with Kreuzspitze SCTT heel pieces that I have in my spare parts box. Is this a really stupid idea?
7/24/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Karl, thanks for the question. It is fairly common still to mix and match toes and different heels so no, this isn't an outrageous idea. The one thing to keep in mind is that with the Titan Vario.2 Toe and the SCTT heel you will have a negative ramp angle between the high of the toe and heel piece. Let us know if you have any more questions!
7/24/2021
Answer from Karl
 
Meant, I would use the SCTT heels with Kreuzspitze adjustment plates. Would that be a sufficient compensation for the higher ST toe piece stack in your opinion? Generally speaking. Obviously, ramp angle is dependent on the BSL. (My boots range from 310 to 315 mm if somebody cares to dissect the problem really scientifically). TIA
7/24/2021
Answer from Not Will McD
 
Hey Karl, great question! The adjustment plate will give you an extra 5.5 mm under the heel. With the Vario.2 toe, you will still have a delta of -2 mm. However, if you get the Titan Easy Toe Levers from this page and use the striker plate instead of the shim that comes with the toe pieces, that will drop the toe pin height to 31 mm, giving you a delta of positive 2.5 mm (with a 312.5 BSL that will yield a ramp angle of 0.458 degrees (or 0.008 radians, if you want to know)). If you are curious where these numbers are coming from, check out our article on binding pin heights here.
7/24/2021
Answer from Karl
 
Thanks guys for this really exhaustive (or is it exhausting?) answer! Also, great source of info on the ramp angle/delta of different bindings. Now I have something to obsess about that I would never have noticed otherwise. And thank you for your patience and not suggesting the obvious: to get full Trab bindings if I like their toe piece that much or, if I am too cheap for that, a pair of matching toe pieces to build complete Kreuzspitze bindings with the heels I already have. But wait! Those have a Delta of -0.5 mm! Guess, I will be never able to ski them again ;)
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3/9/2021
Question from Tristan N
 
me again... hey what do you folks think about using these toes with a Salomon MTN heel? Thanks!
3/9/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Tristan, I think it could be done, though I couldn't quite tell you what release values to expect.
3/10/2021
Answer from Tristan N
 
thanks jbo - I really want to go with the full Trab set but love the features of the MTN heel (except for the adj track)... having to reach down to hand twist the Trab heel as well as not having an additional riser seems like going backwards... probably something you just get used to but...
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12/30/2020
Question from Nick
 
Just bought a pair from you online. I assume they ship with the requisite mounting screws for a Kreuzspitze TeleAlp plate?
12/30/2020
Answer from Nick D
 
DOH! Just reread the listing and answered my own question.
12/30/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Nick, these toes come with mounting screws, which are like wood screws that conform to an ISO standard. You'll need some machine screws to attach these to the TeleAlp plate. We've had to shrink the heads on standard M5s to seat well in these toes.
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10/6/2020
Question from Forrest stanley
 
I am interested in using Tran toes on a splitboard. Any suggestions on a proper way to mount them?
10/6/2020
Answer from eric
 
Forrest- The best way to mount these on a splitboard is using the Plum Low Tech Adaptor plates (or similar Spark R&D plates). This toe has the old Dynafit vertical hole pattern (minus the 5th hole).
10/6/2020
Answer from Forrest S
 
This information is in conflict with the lower comments, the chart provided by this website as well as my personal experience. I will attach a picture of my old speed radicals (which I bought with the R&D adapter) and my trab vario toes. Speed radicals read 1 1/2" fore aft, trab reads 1 1/8. Very similar edge to edge. NOT the same! It is very hard enough to create a new franken binding almost every season without being fed misinformation about new products.
10/6/2020
Answer from eric
 
Forrest- You are correct the Dynafit Radical and the Trab have different hole patterns. The older vertical toes and Trabs do have the same hole pattern minus the 5th front hole. If you look here you will see the Dynafit Verticals and Trabs are .5mm different which will work fine with an adapter plate.
10/7/2020
Answer from Forrest S
 
The spark RD toe adapters were made for the speed radicals. I bought these packaged together as soon as they came out. The bindings I sent a picture of were sent as a package with the spark rd adapter plate and were first used on a split. I abandon this design for several reasons but I do still have the plate. My plate has 5 holes for which I used 4(no center screw in my speed radicals). After looking at the RD site I see their newer adapters have 7 with a set at 26.5 as you say, mine do not have those... Sorry for not believing you but I was holding a part in my hand that proved different. I apologize.
Being a hardbooter can be super frustrating as I look at the hundreds of options skiers have and I can't find a single working option for splits. On my skis I have the Trab vario 2 and it's worlds away from thengear offered to splitboarders. We are left in the dark ages. This Puts me out there in major situations with makeshift gear. Not a nice feeling.
Still on the RD site it states the R&D adapter plate is designed for the use of Speed Radical, Speed Turn, or Low Tech Race toe pieces. It seems I would need to purchase a new adapter plate (which adds cost, weight, complexity and offsets the toe hinge point forward). However this may be worth it in order use the trab toes, which are the best ski toe design out there but still overbuilt, expensive and with too large a footprint to be a good option on a split. I've already run through too many ski toes and adapters. The original voile pin system is lighter, smaller, cheaper, simpler and easier to repair in the field than any ski toe adaptation so far. But it's clunky and leaves the weight of the slider plates on your feet while touring. The ups and downs of a hardbooter.
While people assume splitboarders don't need an efficient set up for some reason, but let me reiterate that we are out there doing the same stuff you are. I will be out on multiple 20+ day self supported ski tours this winter. Right now I would not attempt this on my split because the equipment just isn't there yet. But I'm tiring. I see you are too, I thank you for that. Let's keep it moving forward and not support plum or dynafit/phantom who are putting out subpar gear and see if we can't get trab to make an actual splitboard binding.
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5/28/2020
Question from Nick
 
Do these use the same four hole mounting pattern as Dynafit Radical toes? I’m planning to mount them on the Kreuzspitze Tele Alp plate.

Thanks.
5/29/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hi Nick,
Ski Trab toes do not have the same mounting pattern as Dynafit Radical toes. We have a comprehensive list of all of the different mounting patterns here. However, the Kreuzspitze Telemark Kit will mount with the Ski Trab toes just fine!
5/29/2020
Answer from Nick D
 
Thanks Julieana, that’s good to know.
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3/22/2019
Question from mbillie1
 
Has the toe screw pattern changed from ~2 versions ago? I need to replace a toe piece at some point...
3/22/2019
Answer from Jeffrey
 
It is the same as always.
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3/15/2019
Question from Chris S
 
Does the 61 grams include the striker plate, crampon clip, etc?
3/16/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Chris, we just updated the specs for 2018/19. These weigh 66 grams with the striker plates (no crampon, etc).
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12/27/2018
Question from A-fro
 
hi is it sold in pairs or alone?
12/27/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hi A-fro! They're sold individually.
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1/3/2018
Question from Paul S
 
Are the crampon clips on the Gara Titan compatible with Dynafit crampon clips? I am a splitboarder, and would be using the Spark Dynafit-compatible crampons with this. (D-Rex)
1/3/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Paul, I can't speak specifically to the Spark crampons, but yes, the Trab receptor fits Dynafit-style slide-in crampons. The worst-case scenario is you'd need to bend it outward slightly if the bar is on the thick side.
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