22 Designs Vice Telemark Binding

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22 Designs Vice Telemark Binding:   The Vice is the newest binding from 22. Incorporating features of the Bombproof Axl, but designed as a resort skiing binding, the Vice provides three pivot positions to dial in to your skiing style and the snow you're on.  We've improved on the solid active design of the HammerHead by changing the geometry to come up with the best-skiing binding on the market.  If you like the HammerHead, you'll love the Vice.  

Features.
Super durable: 2000 lb test cable attachments won't break, one-piece stainless steel toepiece.
Over 2" of spring travel for smooth action and durability.
Cables routed underfoot for maximum control; plastic boots flex at the bellows instead of tip-toeing.
Ultra-secure mounting pattern.
Riser height: 1.0" or 25mm at rear, with a 2 degree ramp.
Weight: 3.2 lbs per large pair, 3.0 lbs for small.
Size Small for Mondo 25 and under, Large for 25.5 and up.
2 Year Warranty.
Made in the USA.

Sizing:

  • Size Small for Mondo 25 and under, Large for 25.5 and up.

Weather and Wind:

  • Three pivot point options for the cable allow you to adjust the binding to your own style of skiing and to the snow conditions

Manufactured:

  • Proudly made in the good old USA

Features:

  • Pivot points were moved slightly more toward the rear (as compared to the Axl binding) for more resistance
  • Solid stainless steel toe-piece and 2000lb test cable attachments are designed to stand up to a beating at the resort
  • 2000 lb test cable attachments won't break
  • Three degrees of backwards angle quickly engage the boot
  • Plastic boots flex at the bellows instead of tip-toeing
  • Six-hole mounting pattern securely anchors this bindings to your board
  • Burly chrome die springs provide over two inches of travel for hard-charging but smooth action
  • 2 Year Warranty.
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Drawing on the successful designs of both the Axl and Hammerhead bindings, the 22 designs Vice Telemark Binding is built to stand up to resort-crushing abuse. The solid stainless steel toe-piece mounts directly to the ski while durable chrome die springs provide over two inches of powerful travel. This burly, no-nonsense binding has been freed of unnecessary flare for hard-charging riders looking to put in some mileage at the resort.


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Designed for mainly resort skiing, the 22 Designs Vice telemark binding has the active design of the Hammerhead, but the geometry is tweaked and components beefed up to handle some lift assisted pounding.
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Riser height:1.0" or 25mm at rear, with a 2 degree ramp.
Super durable:2000 lb test cable attachments won't break, one-piece stainless steel toepiece.
Weight:3.2 lbs per large pair, 3.0 lbs for small.
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22 Designs Vice Telemark Binding Reviews:

Reviews:

Had these bindings mounted boot center on k2 Hardsides; suddenly I'm a better skier than ever. Tele turns are locked in and alpine turns are improving exponentially. Beefy bindings like these are great for fatter skis. Much more control than my G3 Targa Ascents. Bonus: Vice bindings are easy to get in and out of! Love these bindings!

ronp401889 at Backcountry.com on 03/13/2013

New ramp angle keeps rocker launch to zero. While it technically has less pivot points than the hammerhead, you still have a wide range of active positions to choose from. Built off of the platform of the popular Axl only with out the tour mode and at a much cheaper price. Awesome resort binding!

Weston D at Backcountry.com on 11/06/2012

Moved to these from a pair of bombshells. I found skiing parallel on these much easier, and there's enough more action on these to initiate tele turns too. I'm a light guy, 130#, and I ski on the most active setting. So I can't speak for 200# + ex-NFL running backs... :-)

Philip_mil2251907 at Backcountry.com on 02/19/2013