The Dynafit Superlite 2.0 Touring Binding is a binding designed for the experienced backcountry tourer who knows that less is more. With each step you take to reach your transition point, you are using a limited resource. Why lug a heavy binding up the slope when a light one will make it that much easier to push for another lap. You know there‚s no need to make it harder on yourself than it has to be. The Superlite 2.0 hits this sweet spot, designed for function with no frills attached. This binding is as straightforward as a race binding but upgraded for everyday backcountry touring.
Weighing in at 175 grams, it‚s also light enough to use on race days. With the option to add brakes and side-release adjustability you have the reassurance of a much burlier binding, too. You can keep the weight down just like on race days, but head up for lap after lap at your favorite backcountry hut. At Cripple Creek Backcountry we‚ve talked for years about wanting to throw a race binding on a pair of powder boards‚¦ And now we can! * Brakes are an add-on to this binding and can be easily taken on and off. If you would like brakes chose the appropriate size 75mm, 90mm 0r 105mm * Adjustable lateral release only. Vertical release is not adjustable and is rate at a 9.
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|Material||7075 Forged Aluminium, Chromoly, High-Strength Synthetic Material, Stainless Steel|
|Release Value||6 to 12|
|Brake Width||75mm, 90mm, 105mm|
Weighing 180 and carrying a 30lb pack, the Superlite 2.0 is a feather getting me up to the ridge, and a bear-trap on my boot through turns on the downhill. Easy to get into and out of, with a reliable but simple lock on the toe in walk mode. I haven’t pre-ejected from these at all (thank god because I don’t have brakes on them!)
Love these bindings. They pair perfect with my carbonio skis.
I have used Dynafit bindings exclusively for about 12 yrs - this model for two years. I wish it had a flat touring mode but my touring is more limited than the past. Absolutely love their bindings for 100 days per year - not a hucker though. I also like the Kastle TX 82 they came on. Even though the TX 77, so far, is the most fun, consistently, I've had on a pair of skis. Only 8 days on the 82's though liking them more each day.