Black Diamond O2 Midstiff Telemark Bindings

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Black Diamond Equipment O2 Mid Stiff Binding: O2 Mid Stiff Binding (Standard size)

Black Diamond's inbounds ripper, the O2 binding transmits power from big boots to big skis-it's the precision choice for today's aggressive skiers.

Underfoot cable routing.
One-piece stainless steel toe piece.
Solid wire yoke heel piece.
Three cartridge options for customizing stiffness with easy-to-read tension indicator

Standard size fits boot sole lengths over 305 mm (fits BD boots 26 and up)


  • Superior power transmission and bomber construction for on-piste performance


  • Best matched with a stiff boot; O2 fits Mondo 26.5 and up

Weather and Wind:

  • Three interchangeable compression spring cartridges allow you to adjust the flex to you preference, skiing style, or the snow conditions


  • Includes climbing wires, mounting hardware, and paper jig
  • Durable under foot cable routing provides progressive power; naturally transfers power through the turn
  • Solid wire heel yoke for torsion resistance and lateral stability; stainless steel toe box
  • Integrated variable height toe riser matches boot shapes for maximum power and control
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Binding Type:Telemark
Snow Type:Mixed

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Black Diamond O2 Midstiff Telemark Bindings Review:


Downhill Fine

My use of this product is limited to lift-served territory and flat cross-country outings so far. However, my back-country skis may get a pair because of price vs. value considerations. I would never hike up the Thunderbolt in them because they hold down the toe of the boot.
Bolter at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014