The Dynafit TLT Radical St 2.0 Ski Binding is a ski touring binding for the ski mountaineer. Step into these and you're treated with a lightweight option to help make the venture upwards all the easier. Featuring stoppers and Quick Step Climbing Bar, your calves get saved the ascent as you flip the climbing bar to the preferred position with the help of a ski pole. An all-around option for a lightweight connection to your skis.
FEATURES of the Dynafit TLT Radical St 2.0 Ski Binding
Step in side towers
Easy lock brake system
Rotation toe piece
10 mm forward pressure for length adjustment when ski is flexed
TLT Boot Compatibility
Perfectly coordinated and precise toe- and heel-unit release mechanism
Pivoting toe piece for optimum combating of pre-release following sudden impacts (patent pending)
Binding design provides high lateral force absorption when subjected to dynamic strain
Ultra-low binding height allows direct boot-to-ski contact
Extra-wide binding surface area via new, wider binding rail / baseplate
Bore-hole template designed in line with maximum norm dimensions, for optimum power transfer on to the ski
Forged aluminium cover plate for stable engagement of climbing bar and connector plate to the housing through a positive-fit design
Rated 5 out of
That new new from DynafitI went down to South America this past September and skied the Radical ST 2.0 everyday for three weeks. My first impression of the binding was that it was a little beefier than the old Rad. The gold is pretty sweet looking as well. I grew to like all the new features. The heel is easier to deal with and its nice how the brake stays down until you click your heal down. Having elasticity in the toe is definitely the biggest change with the new binding, and is really comforting to have. One difference in clicking in the toe is that you have to have it lined up straight to pull the lever up to tour mode, which is different than the old binding but something you get used to. They tour just like the old Rads. I would say they ski better. I felt pretty confident charging at high speeds and only came out once(i didn't have din turned all the way up and I was charging through extremely variable snow. I wanted to test the limits). Dynafit has definitely made some big strides this year and has made a binding that is safer and skis better than it predecessor.