The G3 Onyx Brake Set is made specifically for the Onyx binding. The ONYX Brake has a reliable deployment system ready to stop potential runaway skis. The unique design of the ONYX Brake allows for the brake to remain deployed during step-in for both ski and tour mode, ensuring that the ski remains stationary during this process. Easy installation and zero interference with the binding's overall usability, elevate the ONYX Brake to meet G3's highest standards.
|Ability:||Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert|
|Binding Compatibility:||Alpine Touring|
|Din Settings:||5 - 10 (My) / 12 (Mz)|
|Material:||Forged aerospace aluminum toe-jaws, chassis and heel-post. Fiber|
|Materials:||Injection moulded acetal (plastic parts), Stainless steel sheet metal and wireforms, 6061-T6 Aluminium sheet metal|
|Sizes:||85mm, 95mm, 110mm, 130mm|
|Weight:||1430g / 50oz|
|G3 Genuine Guide Gear Onyx Ski Brake||$64.95|
All 3 were shipped as 110 mm bindings that would work skis with up to or equal a 110 mm waist.
All 3 pairs measure inside the spread of the forks a 95mm.
None would have fallen past the ski on my 104mm ski.
Finally asked for a 130mm set, but have yet to receive.them.
I have received 3 pair of G3 Brakes, noo-were the size labeled on the package.
I finally requested a pair of 130mm to put on my 106mm waist skis. The 130 mm measured 110mm between the forks.
Some quality control needs applied.
Got the 130s for my Voile drifters and while they clear just fine, they seem very sticky and don't deploy reliably. Don't really like the whole Onyx binding system. Next time I'm back to Dynafits.
They stop skis and more importantly let you ski in resorts. Not perfect and unreliable off groomed terrain, but there you dont need a brake. Easy to take on and off the onyx though.
After only a few days on these, the brakes stuck and didn't work.