Dynafit Low Tech Race Binding

Priced: $679.95 - $799.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Dynafit Low Tech Race Binding
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It wasn't so long ago that running was something you did in the summer with short shorts and lightweight shoes, but with the Dynafit Low Tech Race Binding you're going to be able to take (ski)running to a whole new season. The engineers at Dynafit modified the Low Tech Race Binding so it now weighs in at 115g, which when combined with Dynafit skis and boots make for a ski-running set up that will rival the weight of your favorite summer sneakers.


  • Easy to use lever on the heel piece flips up for ski or down for tour

Weather and Wind:

  • Patented anti-snow grooves on the toe pivot of the binding allows the boot to gain rapid entry into the toe in all snow conditions


  • Made with titanal, a high-strength, low-weight micro-fusion of magnesium, titanium, and aluminum it is stable for both the ascent and descent


  • Adjustable sole height screw for easy adjustment to modified racing boots
  • The binding locks automatically when toes is inserted to save precious seconds during race transitions
  • The engineers at Dynafit saved weight by using four steel Torx screws for the toe and three for the heel (titanium screws available that reduce the weight of the binding by 30%)
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Boot Compatibility:Tech Binding
Boot Size Range:Telemark
Country of Origin:Italy
Type:4 hole Telemark Inserts

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Dynafit Low Tech Race Binding Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Just an update on these since I purchased a second pair. Still an awesome binding. And I like the simplicity of the lock only mode. But you have to realise and fully understand what that does. Glad to hear that Dynafit is again offering the steel option instead of Titanium only on the lcoking bolt. Now that the steel is offered and after a some serious down in these guys I'll give them a 4 star rating. Wish it were a 5 star but the lack of a flat boot and a higher heel riser..either would make them a solid 5..still going to hold at a four.
At the price...most will look at tehm with a very critical eye.
Either way they were my choice for bindings while skiing from Rainier, Hood, Baker and St Helens this spring.
More here on some other thoughts about this binding.

Dane at Backcountry.com on 07/30/2011

Still one of my favorite pieces of gear. Only two pre releases in 2 years and all on some really difficult terrain. Pays to clean your boot soles after a boot pack. Hard to believe but this is a best buy value in the long term. Dynafit now offers steel spring replacement parts when they are available in the US.

Dane at Backcountry.com on 11/02/2013

After a season of racing on these, there is no disputing that these bindings are designed to cruise uphill. As others have pointed out, the downside is that grooves develop in the heel spring. Also, I needed to adjust the toe lock tension screw after the lever and lock bump have both shown some wear as well.

Jerimy Arnold at Backcountry.com on 07/11/2013

Neutral Reviews:

but so light weight that the wear is unacceptable imo. One day and 20K vert of down hill and the rear binding pegs are showing signifigant wear at the heel. Not good for a $800 binding. I'll likely go back to the low tech and save money and add a bunch of durability.

Dane at Backcountry.com on 05/19/2011