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Ski Trab Titan Release Adjustable

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The Gara Titan Release Adjustable is, you guessed it, an adjustable version of the Gara Titan Release binding. Adjustability in this case refers to the boot sole length (BSL), since you can slide the heel piece forward and back within a range of 28 millimeters. This will comfortably span 3 full boot sizes using a reliable bolt-positioning design. The heel piece you are moving is the new “release” model with improved elasticity when skiing unlocked. The toes are Trab’s patented design that relies on a single metal wire instead of coiled springs that are susceptible to ice build-up underneath. Factor in future-swappable heel springs that adjust forward release, and the GTRA becomes a very featureful binding for the weight. Nice work, Bormio.

  • Heel towers have a 43° elasticity window to let you ski unlocked.
  • 28mm of fore/aft adjustability lets you use significantly different boots.
  • Innovative, minimalist toe piece offers locked and unlocked modes.
  • Included removable crampon attachments accept most ski crampons.

Update 2016/17: There are now three versions available with differing heel-springs: R08, R10, R12. Also the toe lever has been lengthened for easier jaw opening.

Update 2018/18: This binding has been replaced with the Vario Adjustable.

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Specifications
Weight
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192g
Weight (pair) 384g
Boot Compatibility Tech
Brakes No
BSL Adjustment 28mm
Riser Heights 1 + flat
Vertical Release Fixed
Lateral Release Fixed
Crampon Ready Yes, removable
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Materials Ergal, steel, plastic
Skimo Co Says
Usage Racing, mountaineering, touring
Notes Improved heel retention
Bottom Line Nice features per gram

Questions & Reviews

8/14/2020
Question from Owen Zhou
 
What is the difference between this binding and the Titan Vario?
8/14/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Owen, good question, the difference (aside from name) is subtle. The Vario adjustment plates have a spring loaded adjustment track, meaning the heel piece will slide backwards if the ski is severely flexed and the heel piece comes into contact with your ski boot. This prevents binding up the lateral release in the rare case there are high twisting and bending forces, at the cost of some extra weight. If you mount them without the adjustment plates, they are identical.
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1/30/2017
Question from Erik
 
Does it exists a paper template for this binding? No shops around here does have a jig suitable for doing the mount, so a little hesitation before buying online.
1/30/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Erik, there is a template included with each Titan binding we sell.
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12/6/2016
Question from Brian H
 
Me being lazy....what's the final ramp delta for the binding, compared to, say, the Kreuzspitze adjustable?
12/6/2016
Answer from Brian H
 
Never mind. Found it. Not that lazy, I guess. +7
12/6/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Glad we could help Brian!
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9/29/2016
Question from Erik
 
Dear Skimo!
How is the ramp angle on these sweet bindings? Compared to the non-adjustable binding?
9/29/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Erik, the toe plate offsets the heel rise to some degree, making the delta only 4mm greater than the non-adjustable. Details here.
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