G3 Genuine Guide Gear Targa Binding Elle

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The telemark turn is a thing of grace; your telemark binding should be just as refined. Designed to fit smaller boot sizes. The TARGA elle, designed with a durable stainless steel toe plate, and the TARGA T/9 elle, designed with a lightweight aluminum toe plate, are the original, time tested pieces of the G3 Women's Collection. Designed with the same high performance goals as the TARGA touring binding, the TARGA elle is certain to meet the needs of all women telemark skiers.

Reap the rewards of hiking for your turns with the G3 Women’s Targa Elle Telemark Ski Binding. A mix of lightweight and burly components let you dash across the traverse or up the skin track to the goods, and its 40mm rise helps you control your midfat skis when you fly down an open powder field. Specifically designed for women, G3 provides an Xmountain spring cartridge for the right amount of stiffness for everyday use whether you prefer to stick to the groomers and bumps or make fresh tracks in wide open powder fields.

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Rip through the backcountry - even on the uphill - without a second thought in the TARGA Telemark binding from G3 that relies on pre-compressed spring cartridges that provide added control and performance.
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G3 Genuine Guide Gear Targa Binding Elle Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I just mounted the binding and heel shims on K2 Schi Devils. Could not be easier! The heel shim anti ice-plate screws went in beautifully. The binding anti-ice plate screw and nylock nut were another matter. These are not the same size and I had quite a mess getting this out. BC has not heard of this yet this year. Has anyone else encountered this? I am not sure why a locking nut is used in a part (anti-ice plate) that must be removed to access or replace ALL other parts of the binding.
I suggest removing the binding from the shim to expose the nut. Make sure the machine screw and nut are compatible. Otherwise looks like a solid binding for the wife.

Brian Wilson at Backcountry.com on 12/02/2011

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Average Binding

I ski everyday in Steamboat... home of the champagne powder (and good groomers too). This binding preforms great in both pow and on the groomers. A great this about this binding is that it's easy to switch cartridges... so you can go between active and loose bindings quickly. My main complaint with this binding, and why i marked it down from 5 stars, is that the front cables have started to break after 2 seasons of use. I've read many forums in which people tell about having the same problem, so expect this to happen. If I were me again buying new bindings, I'd spend the extra $50 for hammerheads, or wait a season to see where the NTN technology goes.
SeanKuus at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2010

These are okay. They are squeaky (trying to fix that). There is still a good deal of resistance when in the quasi-touring mode they have. My partner will ultimately replace these with true touring bindings that are more active (BD 01s). However, these are lightweight, simple, and decently control her Joules, but she'd like the versatility of having a true free pivot and likely better command of her Joules. If you head for the untouched backcountry try something else, if you spend most of the time getting a lift to the top, these are just fine and economical.

William C Clark at Backcountry.com on 02/08/2011