Voile 3-Pin Cable Traverse Ski Bindings

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Voile 3-Pin Cable Traverse Ski Bindings

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The 3-Pin Cable remains a solid staple in the world of telemark/freeheel bindings, now add the clearance of a hardwire and you can take this anywhere. It is one of the most versatile and lightweight backcountry touring bindings out there. Adjustable expansion spring cables can be cut and sanded to fit any boot size. Standard cable length is 8″ or 9″. Cables can be removed and stowed for free heel uphill touring and re-attached for more performance on the descent. The toe-piece is manufactured from the same high quality aluminum used in the Hardwire 3-Pin construction-6000 series T6. The 20mm V-120 riser is molded from superior strength glass-filled nylon. The riser platform is ramped to eliminate complications from the natural curve or “rocker” of a telemark boot. Other high performance design characteristics include a wide ball-of-foot platform riser and wide LP Heel platform for superior ski edge control. The V-120 riser has an industry standard 4-hole pattern in order to mount directly to skis with pre-installed threaded inserts. It won’t let you down! Works great with almost any leather/pleather(plastic leather) or some of the lighter weight plastic boots(almost any boot on the market will work but some are better than other for being a good match). Features: Includes dual height heel elevators, (men)+65mm/100mm Material: 6000 Series Tempered Aluminum Toe Piece 20mm ramped rocker Cables: Springs Cables Recommended Use: Telemark backcountry or Touring Weight: 1 lbs. 13oz (0.81 kg.) Warranty: 1 Year

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Voile 3-Pin Cable Traverse Ski Bindings
Voile 3-Pin Cable Traverse Ski Bindings

The 3-Pin Cable remains a solid staple in the world of telemark/freeheel bindings, now add the clearance of a hardwire and you can take this anywhere....

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