The Dynafit Radical ST Bindings are easy to use and functional. The feature side towers for quick binding entry and greater side impact resistance as well as the speed step climbing bar for steep ascents.
German engineering at its finest. If efficient striding on the skin track is what you desire, then Dynafit bindings are the way for you, no question about it. Their frameless design saves you weight with every step, and with release settings from DIN 4-10, they'll hold your securely on the way back down too.
|Avg. Weight (Pair):||1 lb. 3 oz.|
|Binding Compatibility:||Tech (Dynafit)|
|Binding Type:||Alpine Touring|
|Binding widths:||92mm, 100mm, 110mm, 130mm|
|Climbing Bar:||Speed Step climbing bar|
|DIN Range:||4 - 10|
|DIN Release Capacity:||4-10|
|Entry:||Side Towers for quick binding entry and greater side impact resistance|
|Materials:||7075 forged aluminum, CrMo steel, high-strength plastic, stainless steel|
|Plates:||Additional 6 mm plate at the front|
|Stopper:||Stopper with gliding plate for excellent side release|
|Weight:||2 lb 4 oz / 1062 g (pair)|
|Weight - Per Pair:||531 g|
|Dynafit TLT Radical ST 10 Ski Binding||$419.95|
|Dynafit Speed Radical Binding||$339.95 - $369.95|
|Dynafit TLT Radical ST 100MM Binding||$499.95|
|Dynafit TLT Vertical ST Binding||$376.94|
First technical binding I've had and it is great. All the kinks reported earlier seem to have been taken care of. Also, never had a release problem (of the good or bad kind). Different levels for climbing are great. Use on K2 Waybacks with Scarpa Maestrales. Great combo. No problems with ice or other build up. Only negative comment is that the brakes could benefit from a little more angle. That might be a user error though.
Works great at the resort too. Easier to step into than the previous generation. Also like the heel riser better. Biggest difference between these and a downhill binding seems to be the lack of wiggle room in these bindings. You're either in or out - there is no recovery like you may get in a traditional binding.
I got these bindings for my girlfriend and so far they have worked great. They are very lightweight and perform well both in the backcountry and in the resort. Easy to use tour-ski transition, and they work great with the Dynafit One Boot. Highly recommend this setup.
Two years with no problems! Unfortunately, on the 4th day out on year three, the pins holding the break broke, the brake came off and the little plate (see replacement in photo) under the heel bracket went missing. Hope this isn't a sign of things to come.
The self guided step in feature is a welcome addition vs the Vertical series.
I was a little nervous about the climbing/height adjustment design but it has held up after one season of use.
Dynafit bindings are still the best Tech binding around.
I have used the fritschis blindings for two seasons and one major problem that I was facing was my turns...I thought is was me, but got new bindings ( Dynafit TLT Racdical ST Bindings) problem solved.
Really nice randonee bindings.
Lightweight and solid is what these bindings deliver!
I love the dynafit crampon compatibility for when the going gets steep and icy.
Better that the any fritschis in my opinion.