Plum Tech Bindings Race 99 Alpine Touring Binding - Due to their feather light construction, plum only recommends these bindings for competitions and training. Crafted with a single piece of lightweight aluminum and a titanium fork, these bindings are all about efficiency on the uphill. Depending on the mounted position of the heelpiece, the lateral release can be set to either 6 or 8, and the heel riser helps you out when slope angle increases. You’re all about speed, and when you’re duking it out with your fellow lycra-clad uphillers, you can’t afford any extra weight on your body. Weighing in at just 99 grams per foot, the plum race 99 alpine touring bindings are the lightest metal tech binding available.
Salomon MTN + Leash Alpine Touring Binding - Another unique feature with salmon’s mtn + is the wider screw integration that enhances energy transmission on the downhill. Its classic u spring design holds three different release values to keep things safe for beginners still learning how to turn, and keep expert skiers attached to their planks as they reach mach speeds. This binding comes with leashes to further decrease weight but still keep your skis close after yard sales. Weighing under two pounds per pair, salomon’s mtn + leash alpine touring binding is certainly a minimalist that best suits gram-counting backcountry skiers, but unlike most tech bindings, the mtn + has variable release ratings to better suit an array of downhill skiers ranging from beginners to intermediates. As for the uphill, this binding has two heel lifters to help you tackle the steeps. These lifters face opposite than most to prevent falling down when you’re half-way up the mountain.
Salomon Guardian MNC 16 Alpine Touring Binding - Salomon made a few tweaks to this year’s iteration of the guardian to improve on its now legendary downhill performance. Well, salomon worked that out by making the binding multi norm certified, so it will now accommodate everything from your alpine boot to lugged at boot. When you venture into the backcountry to slay steep and committing lines, you want a binding that is going to hold you to your ski when you’re picking up speed and taking big airs. One of the big complaints about previous versions of the guardian was its boot compatibility. With a burly din range of 7-16, the guardian will hold big skiers tight when they’re taking big airs and charging down big lines in variable conditions. A reduced stand height, an oversized chassis, and the u power toe all come together to increase power transmission to the ski, as well as lateral power transmission, making these bindings an ideal clamp for girthy big mountain boards. The salomon guardian mnc 16 alpine touring binding is a huck-able binding with din values that won’t pre-release at the worst possible time. The hike and ride switch allows for quick transitions from walk to ski mode without having to take off your ski, while the easily lifted heel elevators help make your climb a whole lot easier.
Atomic Tracker 13 MNC Alpine Touring Binding Black/Silver, 90mm/S - The addition of multi-norm compatibility (mnc) means it’s compatible with most alpine, touring, and wtr boot soles. The aluminum double tubes have been strengthened for a burlier ride, the stand height checks in at a low and precise 26mm, and the easily-adjustable toe piece makes getting the fit and release settings right a cinch. It skis like an alpine binding, with a rugged u power toe,oversized platform, and a din that goes to 13, but it’ll get you up to to those backcountry lines you want to ski too, thanks to the 90-degree toe pivot, flat nose, and hike-and-ride switch that can be operated while you’re still locked into the binding. There are a few changes to this year’s version of the tracker. The tracker certainly isn’t as light and fast as a tech binding, but if you’re more interested in short tours, big lines, and all-mountain versatility than long approaches and techy skiing, then it will definitely get the job done. Atomic even simplified the base plate to prevent icing and snow buildup, so you’ll spend less time fiddling with your bindings and more time shredding. With the retention and release of a traditional alpine binding and touring performance that’s downright shocking, the atomic tracker 13 alpinetouring binding can handle just about anything you might want to ski this winter. That’ll save you from having to invest in multiple boots to fit all your bindings, but it doesn’t affect the reliable release and retention of the tracker.
Fischer Transalp Vacuum TS Lite Alpine Touring Boot - Coupled with the moldable lace-up liner, this gives the transalp a level of unprecedented customization, so you can kiss hot-spots, slop, and pain goodbye for good. Just heat the shell up, just like you would a liner, stick it on, buckle it up, and let it cool–the vacu-plast material will expand and then contract to the shape of your foot, improving fit, performance, and comfort. The shell is designed to complement the position our feet tend to take (fischer calls its ergonomic design features v-position and on-center position), for increased control and comfort, and it has a ski/walk lever that offers a killer 53 degrees of fore-aft rotation for easy skinning. Three x-lite aluminum buckles pull your foot into the shell without pinching, and a 40mm touring power strap beefs up the relatively mild 115 flex, so the boots don’t get overwhelmed if you’re driving wider skis. Comfortable, mobile, and reasonably skiable touring boots aren’t big news anymore, but just because something’s been around for a while doesn’t mean it can’t be improved. An adjustable rear spoiler lets you play with the transalp’s 13-degree forward lean, and a grippy vibram sole makes icy walks, rock scrambling, and parking lot detours a little bit less sketchy. Of course, all the fit technology in the world won’t make a good boot all on its lonesome, so fischer made sure the rest of the transalp was on point, too. Heat-moldable liners are pretty much standard issue these days, but fischer’s transalp vacuum ts lite alpine touring boot takes things a step further with its heat-moldable shell, which allows you to dial in a personalized fit that even grinding, punching, and padding won’t give you.
Scarpa Alien Alpine Touring Boot Yellow, 26.0 - When you’re locked in ski mode, the alien’s propulsion tech system ensures that the cuff remains stiff, giving you all the power and edge grip you need to handle the steep and icy sections that are part of every serious ski descent. Not many boots can boast a micro-adjustable boa closure system, but the alien uses it to secure the foot smoothly and evenly, completely eliminating pressure points and dead spots. Your feet will also dig the hrp intuition liner, which is instantly comfortable and offers superb touring performance in any conditions, as well as the ufo vibram sole (also recently received from our space friends) which cushions shocks and provides top-notch traction in all kinds of terrain. Of course, what’s most important about a lightweight, race-bred touring boot is its uphill performance. The alien’s most distinguishing feature is the fit. Scarpa also gave the alien a quick step-in system, which uses indicators and self-guiding notches to make it easy to step into your tech bindings, even in snowy spots. Fresh from our friends on alpha centauri (sick mountains there, check ’em out if you haven’t), the scarpa alien alpine touring boot splits the difference between full-blown rando racing boot and hardcore tourer, with a nylon/carbon shell and cuff that are plenty light enough to crush the skin track while still handling their business on steep faces and in shotgun couloirs. The alien has a 2-piece construction that locks into ski mode and opens with a single a-light buckle, providing 60 degrees of uphill-touring power and variable degrees of forward lean between 9 and 13 degrees for the way down.
Salomon MTN + Brake Alpine Touring Binding - Another unique feature with salmon’s mtn + is the wider screw integration that enhances energy transmission on the downhill. Its classic u spring design holds three different release values to keep things safe for beginners still learning how to turn, and keep expert skiers attached to their planks as they reach mach speeds. As for the uphill, this binding has two heel lifters to help you tackle the steeps. These lifters face opposite than most to prevent falling down when you’re half-way up the mountain. This binding comes with brakes to further assist in safety and convenience. Weighing under two pounds per pair, salomon’s mtn + brake alpine touring binding is certainly a minimalist that best suits gram-counting backcountry skiers, but unlike most tech bindings, the mtn + has variable release ratings to better suit an array of downhill skiers ranging from beginners to intermediates.
Fischer Tour Race Alpine Touring Binding - Plus, at only eight ounces per pair, the race tour is one of the lightest bindings on the market that meets ismf racing standards. The simple flap design quickly transitions the heel to walk mode with a quick flip of a lever, and it has only one heel height to save weight, keeps the design simple, and it functions well on all but the steepest skintracks. The toe piece is fitted with a front lever and small nylon bearing, resulting in ultra-smooth transitions between walk and ski mode. Needless to say, the tour race binding is an exciting new offering from fischer, which is built for the gram-counting ski mountaineer. Fischer has entered the alpine touring game with a full line of gear that runs the gamut from heavy freeride touring gear to ultralight ski mountaineering equipment. The bottom line’ an ultralight binding with a simplistic design to trim time from your transitions and make your touring experience as simple as possible. With a unique color scheme, fischer’s tour race binding brings a fresh look to the usually stale demeanor of tech bindings.
Salomon MTN Explore Alpine Touring Boots - The salomon mtn explore is an excellent boot for you to make your way into the backcountry. 5) actual flex 100, cuff alignment none, warranty one year, ski boot width narrow (95-99mm), flex stiff, used no, ski/walk yes, forefoot width 98mm, flex adjustment no, buckle count 2, category alpine touring, ski gear intended use side country/ backcountry, instep height medium, calf volume medium, skill range advanced intermediate, expert, product id 493321, model number l39935900265, gtin 0889645325811, model year 2018. To round out this perfect package the ultralight liner is fully thermoformable to give you a customized fit for comfort and performance. A touring carbon spine adds extra rebound and forward flex when you are picking up some speed. The mtn explore has a grilamid shell that adds to the weight reduction and improves responsiveness. Salomon’s motion flex delivers a smooth and natural flex with a 63 degree range of motion that makes for easy climbing, skinning and walking on your way up to something gnarly. The sensifit shell wraps the foot with an anatomically correct fit that reduces the total weight of the boot. A surelock hiking mechanism is beefy to ensure that you are staying in ski mode when it comes time for you to make your way down a burly face. Features low tec inserts, grilamid shell, touring polyolefine cuff, touring carbon spine, contragrip rubber sole 9523 norm, 1462g per 1/2 pair (@26.
Salomon Guardian MNC 13 Alpine Touring Binding White/Black, S/130mm - With retention that’s virtually identical to trusted alpine clamps, the guardian has a din that can be cranked all the way up to 13, so you won’t worry about stepping out of your bindings in sketchy areas, and a sliding afd and u power toe piece for consistent lateral and twisting release and reliable power transfer. The double full flex baseplate and burly aluminum tubes provide a flex-free platform, so you don’t feel like you’re floating independently of your skis, and the low-profile chassis keeps you close to the snow for increased control and a natural feel. Of course, all this would be for naught if the guardian was a pos on the way up. When you need bomber skiing as well as solid skinning, an alpine-inspired at binding like the salomon guardian mnc 13 binding is where it’s at. The uphill ease of a tech binding counts for a lot, but sometimes the smooth skinning isn’t worth the occasionally questionable performance on the way down. Even better, the guardian uses salomon’s mnc (multi-norm compatible) system, which means it’ll work with traditional alpine boots, at boots with rubber soles, salomon’s wtr boots, and even some tech boots, so you don’t have to buy extra gear to access your dream line. A single flip-up climbing bail provides heel elevation for steeper ascents. Luckily, it isn’t, with features like a flat nose that pivots 90 degrees for a natural stride and an easy hike & ride switch that can be activated without stepping out of the binding.
La Sportiva Syborg Alpine Touring Boot - A specially designed syborg liner can be molded for that perfect fit, and the lazergrip2 rubber soles ensure you don’t lose traction on the top of a wind-scoured ridge or while rappelling into your latest couloir project. In walk mode, the sybord provides 75 degrees of cuff rotation–any more and you’d have to be double-jointed to use them. With an adjustable forward lean of 14-, 16-, 18-, or 20-degrees, it’s easy to dial in the stance that works for you. This boot features a lightweight and durable grilamid shell combined with a carbon fiber and grilamid cuff, making for an extremely lightweight boot that crushes the uphill while still maintaining a nimble, yet powerful, downhill ability. The syborg keeps things simple with just two buckles and an optional power strap, letting you go from walk to ski at the flip of a switch. The syborg alpine touring boot from la sportiva is the footwear of choice for skimo racers and serious fitness skiers alike.
Scott Superguide Carbon GTX Alpine Touring Boot - Scott designed the superguide for the skier that would rather ski boilerplate in the backcountry, rather than shell out three bills to stand in lift lines for nearly an hour just to ski elbow-to-elbow with tourists and park rats. You and your scott superguide carbon ski boots have a bright future filled with powder-filled tours and big, backcountry descents. Scott has been producing some serious backcountry boots ever since the company acquired garmont a few years back, but with a gore-tex liner, carbon inlays, and an aggressive 125 flex, the superguide is anything but a rehash of old garmont designs. Skiing in the backcountry means you’ll be spending about 90 percent of your time going up, so the 60-degree cuff rotation will be a welcome companion when you’re setting an efficient skintrack. And when it’s time to rip skins and point your skis down, lock the three ergal buckles down, secure the power strap, and step into your tech bindings with confidence thanks to the dynafit-certified tech inserts. When wind-scoured ridgelines make skinning sketchy, and somewhat impossible, the aggressively lugged vibram sole will come into play to give you the traction needed to gain the summit safely. The superguide is a dedicated backcountry boot with a stiff flex, excellent cuff rotation, and a gore-tex liner to keep your feet dry, no matter what.
Salomon Guardian MNC 13 Alpine Touring Binding White/Black, S/115m - ✔Quick release tube & mouthpiece, shutoff valve, large opening the freemove 2l hydration pack features a quick release tube or mouthpiece with on/off button you just simply press the button and the tube or mouthpiece is disconnected the mouthpiece with shutoff valve prevents leaking, while the protective cap protects against dust & dirt switch to on when you drinking & off when you don’t this water pouch has an extremely large opening for easy cleaning & even easier filling of ice cubes. •✔Excellent quality that will impress you this top notch 2l hydration bladder is made of most durable, flexible and thick tpu material on the market our water reservoir is tasteless & bpa free and most important fda approved it has an insulated neoprene tube, which prevents water heating, so your water remains fresh and cool this hydration bag is exactly what you need to stay hydrated you’ll be shocked and amazed, at how perfect it is, when you’ll try it don’t wait, get yours today. Fits both alpine and touring norms. ✔Order now with no risk 100% satisfaction guarantee our awesome hydration bladder is the best seller on amazon for a reason beware of cheap and low-quality imitations only water pack sold by freemove (and fulfilled by amazon) are guaranteed to be the top quality, with excellent customer service we only care about your 100% satisfaction, so our offer includes 100% money-back guarantee & replacements lifetime guarantee don’t wait, click the add to cart button now. ✔Free cleaning kit & instructions included upon placing your order you are instantly offered a very useful and practical cleaning kit 4in1 finally you be able to completely clean and dry your water bag at no additional charge this water bladder cleaning kit also includes a specially drying supporters for efficient drying of your reservoir say goodbye to dirt and mold forever each package includes also the instructions to help eliminate the potential bad taste and odor get yours today.
Atomic Backland Alpine Touring Boot – Women’s - The lightweight grilamid shell can be heat-molded for a precise and comfortable fit, while the two aluminum buckles with a cross lace system work to lock the boot down for the descent. The external metal locking lever is easily engaged and remains rigid for a secure feel once locked into ski mode. One of the most eye-catching features about the backland is the boot’s external free/lock 2. A perforated design helps excess heat and moisture escape, and the liner is heat-moldable, allowing for an even more customized fit. 0 walk mode. With a ridiculously huge cuff rotation, 74-degrees to be exact, the backland lives for long tours, steep bootpacks, and pucker-inducing hikes up knife edge ridges to gain the summit. The aggressive skywalk rubber sole works in concert with the removable tongue to make hiking as comfortable as possible. The liner of the backland is designed specifically for backcountry touring and is completely waterproof and breathable. The backland is compatible with either a soft or hard tongue for skiers who prefer either a stiff or soft feel from their boots. There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding atomic’s backland boots, and for good reason. 0 walk mode and quick click interchangeable tongue serves up a stiff and powerful feel that will inspire confidence when you lay into that first turn from the summit of your objective. And when it comes time to tee off, the rigid and easy to engage free/lock 2. The external design helps to eliminate icing that can make other internal systems freeze up during transitions, while the metal-on-metal interface ensures the mechanism doesn’t wear out over time. Ditch the country club and get out to the backcountry where the crowds are scarce and the powder is plentiful with the atomic women’s backland alpine touring boot.
Atomic Backland Carbon Alpine Touring Boot - Along with these impeccable features, atomic has added memory fit and carbon with a cross lace system for a super stiff, light-weight, and powerful boot. 0 allow for a whopping 74° of movement. If you’re looking for a serious ski boot that can help you conquer the backcountry, the backland carbon boots from atomic are going to be your jam. From the reinforced shell to the stiff tongue and supportive liner, downhill performance was definitely not an after thought. These boots come fully equipped with every feature you could possibly need. Friction-less pivot, quick click tongue system, and the free/lock system 2.
Scott Celeste III Alpine Touring Boot – Women’s - Shock dampening inserts make your downhill experience more solid than most touring boots can offer. Scott achieved this phenomenal flex-to-weight ratio by building the boot out of powerlite, which is a combination of stiff, superlight grilamid and sturdy polyurethane. This boot sports a lightweight design suitable for steep skinners and long days in the backcountry, and a stiff 120 flex provides the performance that intermediate to advanced downhill skiers look for. Underfoot, the celeste features vibram’s ever-reliable rubber sole that, when combined with a ski/walk mode, allows the celeste to reach the most celestial heights via mountaineering routes. This heavenly touring boot also features scott’s thermo-moldable pwr lite liner that offers a customized fit after a short heat-packing process. Although its combination of bright, beautiful blue cuff and snow-like white shell reminds you of bluebird days, the scott women’s celeste ii alpine touring boot is far from just another pretty face. Pwr lite also has a gore-tex membrane for waterproof breathable protection, and mesh panels enhance ventilation for the airflow required on sweaty skinners.
Atomic Tracker 13 MNC Alpine Touring Binding Black/Silver, 130mm/S - There are a few changes to this year’s version of the tracker. With the retention and release of a traditional alpine binding and touring performance that’s downright shocking, the atomic tracker 13 alpinetouring binding can handle just about anything you might want to ski this winter. The tracker certainly isn’t as light and fast as a tech binding, but if you’re more interested in short tours, big lines, and all-mountain versatility than long approaches and techy skiing, then it will definitely get the job done. Atomic even simplified the base plate to prevent icing and snow buildup, so you’ll spend less time fiddling with your bindings and more time shredding. The addition of multi-norm compatibility (mnc) means it’s compatible with most alpine, touring, and wtr boot soles. That’ll save you from having to invest in multiple boots to fit all your bindings, but it doesn’t affect the reliable release and retention of the tracker. It skis like an alpine binding, with a rugged u power toe,oversized platform, and a din that goes to 13, but it’ll get you up to to those backcountry lines you want to ski too, thanks to the 90-degree toe pivot, flat nose, and hike-and-ride switch that can be operated while you’re still locked into the binding. The aluminum double tubes have been strengthened for a burlier ride, the stand height checks in at a low and precise 26mm, and the easily-adjustable toe piece makes getting the fit and release settings right a cinch.
Roxa RXW 1.0 Alpine Touring Boot – Women’s - Roxa’s women’s rxw 1. The three-piece grilamid shell is super light, yet durable and stiff enough for solid response on the descent, and the medium 95 flex can handle steep pitches while remaining comfortable and forgiving for long days trudging through the woods. Long approaches can suck the energy out of you faster than you can say peakbagger. 0 alpine touring boot is a minimalist option that thrives on grueling approaches and big days in the backcountry. The lightweight touring specific liner is heat-moldable so you can dial in a precise fit, so your feet will stay as happy as possible even if you’re having a royal sufferfest of a day. This boot cuts unnecessary bulk with a low-profile, two-buckle design, and the 62 range of motion in walk mode maximizes your uphill efficiency while you’re working your way towards that sparkling peak in the distance.
Scott Orbit Alpine Touring Boot – Men’s - Apart from the flex and weight, the two are pretty much identical, with redesigned low-friction, high-retention tech fittings, micro-adjustable ergal buckles, and full-length vibram soles that make walking on slick rocks as easy as sliding down powdery bowls. If you can look past this potential drawback, the orbit’s an awesome boot with a 115 flex powerlite and pebax construction, which is strengthened with reinforcements, and 60 degrees of cuff rotation to keep you charging on the way up. The orbit switches into walk mode with the flick of a switch, and scott even strengthened the locking rear bar to help you avoid broken boots, which is seriously no bueno. The orbit is slightly softer than scott’s top offering, the cosmos, but weighs a few ounces less and has a two-buckle design to save time during transitions. As is today’s norm, the orbit has a fully heat-moldable liner, which is also seamless and made with a gore-tex membrane for waterproof, breathable protection. It sits inside a comfortable 103. 5 last that can accommodate wide feet, and scott also included shock-dampening footbed inserts to keep your dogs from barking even on long, rugged tours. Scott designed the orbit men’s alpine touring boot exceptionally well, except for one major flaw if you hit the skin track too fast, there’s chance you might actually launch off the top of the ridge and end up stuck in outer space.
Salomon S/Lab MTN Alpine Touring Boots - 5) actual flex 110, cuff alignment none, warranty one year, ski boot width narrow (95-99mm), flex stiff, used no, ski/walk yes, forefoot width 98mm, flex adjustment no, buckle count 2, category alpine touring, ski gear intended use side country/ backcountry, instep height medium, calf volume medium, skill range advanced, pro, model year 2018, product id 493317, model number l39935800265, gtin 0889645325705. The motion flex technology creates a 47 degree range of motion that makes for easy skinning. A grilamid shell does a fantastic job of transferring energy without adding any extra weight. The my customfit 3d freeride full thermo liner can be heated up and molded to your foot for a customized fit. Features grilamid shell, 47 degree range of motion, forefoot waterproof textile gusset, bc carbon spine, contragrip rubber sole 9523 norm, 1576g per 1/2 pair (@26. Contragrip rubber soles provide you a sure footed grip on snow, rocks and ice. The salomon s/lab mtn is a powerful alpine touring boot that will keep you stable and smooth on the way down with a lightweight feel for the way up. Salomon’s surelock mechanism is one that you can trust to stay in ski mode on the way down. The s/lab mtn has a bc carbon spine that adds forward resistance and incredible rebound for the most aggressive chargers to have stability down burly a couloir.
Tecnica Zero G Guide Pro Alpine Touring Boot - Weighing right around three and a half pounds per pair in a 26. First of all, the zero g guide pro sits at the top of tecnica’s zero g line and weighs a full four ounces (115 grams) less than the zero g guide. Where the zero g guide pro really stands out, though, is with its c. 44 degrees of cuff rotation allow for easy skinning, and the metal-on-metal connection locks the cuff into ski mode. A. The power light design consists of a bi-injected frame that is 30% stiffer and 2. 5, this boot is by no means an ultralight boot, but it is light enough to tackle long tours and steep skintracks, without compromising an ounce of power on the descent–besides, you did hike all that way to actually ski, right’ the zero g houses a burly 130 flex that will inspire confidence in and out of the resort and dynafit-certified tech inserts that will fit your touring setup. The minimalist buckles save weight, but also feature an innova. Out of the box, the zero g comes equipped with skywalk rubber soles that grip everything from wind-blown ridge lines to icy resort parking lots. S. The zero g guide pro alpine touring boot is tecnica’s newest backcountry offering and is built with all the high-end tech to deliver a precise and comfortable fit, big-line-crushing stiffness, and solid tourability for those bigger days in the backcountry. The shell is pre-shaped to fit most feet well out of the box, but also features a dimple structure that makes punching and shaping the shell easier on bootfitters, so you get a better fit with less help from the experts. Shell. Skiers looking for a boot that will do it all will also appreciate the interchangeable sole system that will fit standard alpine bindings with the purchase of additional soles. 5 times stiffer than traditional boot material, which translates to less weight on the uphill and more power on the descent. Tecnica’s known for its ability to build burly resort-crushing boots, and it’s officially bringing that expertise to the backcountry.