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Snap into the Twenty-Two Designs Axl Bindings and carve with confidence at the resort and in the backcountry. The Axl gives you the legendary stiffness and adjustability of the Hammerhead and adds a free-pivot backcountry touring mode that allows you to tour longer and with less fatigue.
From blasting down wind-buffed snow in the resort to getting low in deep backcountry pow, the 22 Designs Outlaw X Binding is a true do-it-all freeheel clamp. Building off the success of its first NTN offering, 22 Designs took the same sweet flex, instant engagement, and massive spring travel of the first iteration of the Outlaw and refined it a bit by introducing a new claw that allows for easy entry into the binding and an equally simple exit via the pole-activated mechanism. So if you're making the transition from duckbill boots to an NTN setup, you won't have to stoop down to fiddle with heel bails when you're gunning for first chair or getting ready for the descent on a steep, precarious ridge in the backcountry. The Outlaw X borrows the same free-pivot performance made famous by the Axl and has a similar six-hole mounting pattern for the secure ski-to-binding retention aggressive freeheelers demand when arcing GS-style turns in the resort or backcountry. The spring-loaded climbing bail engages with a quick flick of the pole to reduce leg strain when touring in steep terrain, and the main die spring can be adjusted between five different settings to get the ideal amount of tension you need to suit your turning style. And while the main spring is adjustable, 22 Designs is also offering an additional stiffy spring set (sold separate) for skiers that prefer a stiff, aggressive feel from their bindings.
Drawing on the successful designs of both the Axl and Hammerhead bindings, the 22 designs Vice Telemark Binding is built to stand up to resort-crushing abuse. The solid stainless steel toe-piece mounts directly to the ski while durable chrome die springs provide over two inches of powerful travel. This burly, no-nonsense binding has been freed of unnecessary flare for hard-charging riders looking to put in some mileage at the resort.
Hit the trails on the most frigid days of winter in your Alpina Alaska Heated Ski Boots. This Nordic touring boot puts up a serious defense against Mother Nature with Thinsulate insulation and an InTemp heat system that is capable of warming your feet for up to six hours with just the push of a button. The Alpitex membrane is waterproof and breathable, and the leather upper is tough and durable for all your backcountry adventures.
A balance of performance and warmth perfect for heavy duty and casual backcounty use. Features include; Thinsulate insulation, Waterproof Alpitex membrane, 75 mm BC Sole, Plastic cuff and power strap, Internal speed lacing. Color: Black/Silver.
New carbon sole classic racing boot. -Soft flex -Heel pocket lining with silicone spots -Active edge carbon
The new ECL Pro features the Xcelerator sole and proprietary upper construction that makes for a buttery smooth flex. The boot gives an incredible feel for the snow, the ski and the wax pocket; the fit is fantastic and they’re super light. The heel grip liner keeps your foot where it’s supposed to be and the Thinsulate insulation helps keep feet toasty in this minimalist boot. The new Xcelerator sole gives the best feel and flex we've ever experienced in any boot.
User Type: Elite racing Cuff: Carbon Sole: NNN SSR Alpina Binding: NNN Xcelerator Features: Waterproof zipper VCP - volume control plate Stiff boot flex SPLIT SOLE Gaiter Heel pocket lining with silicone spots Forefoot lining mesh with 'ULTRADRY' felt material Anatomic footbed Active edge carbon 45 degree lacing system SK cuff
User Type: Elite racing Cuff: Carbon Sole: NNN Xcelerator Binding: NNN Xcelerator Features: Waterproof zipper VCP - volume control plate Stiff boot flex Gaiter Heel pocket lining with silicone spots Forefoot lining mesh with 'ULTRADRY' felt material Anatomic footbed 45 degree lacing system 3D shaped carbon and plastic heel counter SK cuff
User Type: Racing Sport Cuff: Plastic Sole: NNN R3 PU Binding: NNN R3 skate & classic Features: Waterproof zipper Gaiter Power strap Plastic heel counter CMB cuff Soft boot flex Heel fit adjustment Heel counter Gaiter built-in elastic insert (skate) Anatomic racing footbed
User Type: Racing Cuff: Cmb Sole: NNN T4 PU Binding: NNN T3 AUTO / NNN Dino Features: TX-loop' lacing Thinsulate insulation Soft flex Plastic heel counter Junior last Heel fit adjustment Gaiter CMB cuff Anatomic footbed
User Type: Racing / Classic Sport / Classic Sole: NNN R3 PU Binding: NNN R3 classic Features: Waterproof zipper Gaiter Plastic heel counter Soft boot flex Heel fit adjustment Heel counter Gaiter built-in elastic insert (skate) Anatomic racing footbed
User Type: Sport / Skate Racing / Skate Cuff: plastic Sole: NNN R3 PU Binding: NNN R3 skate Features: Waterproof zipper Stiff boot flex Power strap Plastic heel counter CMB cuff Heel counter Gaiter Soft boot flex Heel fit adjustment Gaiter built-in elastic insert (skate) Anatomic racing footbed
User Type: Touring Sole: NNN T3 Binding: NNN T3 AUTO Features: Power strap Plastic heel counter CMB cuff Soft boot flex Gaiter built-in elastic insert (skate) Anatomic footbed
ALPINA T30 COMBI/TOUR BOOT Plastic heel counter, Plastic cuff, Powerstrap, Speed lacing system, Elastic calf adjustment, Thinsulate insulation, Anatomic footbed, Soft boot flex.
Xcelerator 2.0 Classic bindings are ultralight NIS race bindings designed for competitive classic skiing. The new 2.0 version is stiffer and uses less material than its predecessor.
With this 2.0 version of the Xcelerator Alpina has made a skate cross country binding, with reduced weight and added strength. It is also a bit wider than the original Xcelerator, which all in all enhances control and power transfer with every kick.
The Black Crows Anima Freebird Skis stomp big lines and rail at speed almost as well as the exceptional regular Animas, but drop a bunch of weight with touring in mind. The Anima Freebird was a hit with everyone we knew who tested it last season, and if you can handle skinning with a 115 mm wide waist this ski will make it worth your while.
The squadron’s flagship model: the Atris is a success with everyone on all snow types around the world. This stable ski is quick when edging, with a progressive tail and a tolerant degree of flex; a powerful performer at high speed without loss of manoeuvrability. A really sporty character. The Atris is a big mountain ski for all types of weather and snow conditions, a stylish door-opener to the world of big mountain skiing.
Perfect blend of titanal and full reverse camber. A very stable ski which goes in to action easily and efficiently due to the full reverse camber. The tonic effect of the flex is counterbalanced by the full reverse camber and allows the daemon to combine speed, bounce and easy handling.
Perfect alliance of titanal and full reverse camber. A very stable ski which is easily to put into action and efficient due to the full reverse camber. The tonicity of the flex is counterbalanced by the full reverse camber which allows the Daemon Birdie to combine speed, bounce and good handling.
Great flotation and good handling, the Nocta is the ultimate toy for big conditions. The association of great float, full reverse camber and straight edges allow the Nocta to accumulate big flotation in powder, good stability on the edges and a great handling.
Combining the best of both worlds, the Tecton is a lightweight touring binding that performs like an alpine binding on the downhill. By utilizing the pin toe unit of the Vipec bindings, the Tecton remains nimble for the uphill. However, once it’s time to rip skins and charge, the Tecton’s innovative heel-locking lever provides the serious power transfer and security you’d normally reserve for a heavier binding, while also providing a solid connection from boot to binding to ski. The Tecton also features a lateral safety release that allows it to be set for specific release forces, which adds safety to your backcountry excursions. The easy step-in and the intuitive control provide security, especially in challenging terrain. The right mix of light high-tech synthetics and high-quality metal alloys provides superior stability at a low weight.
With an improved step-in function that makes for even smoother in-and-out, the new Vipec Evo 12 still includes the hallmarks of the original: a pre-defined safety release in the front, easy switch toe, and an ultra-light construction. The mechanics have been retooled and improved for better handling in variable terrain. Nimble for the uphill and burly for the downhill, the Vipec Evo 12 is perfect for the dedicated backcountry skier who values lightweight, yet reliable equipment.
The Black Diamond O2 Telemark Binding is one of the strongest and highest performance telemark binding built today. A unique yoke and solid wire heel piece add lateral stability and torsional support for an added edge in rough conditions. Under-foot cable routing keeps the ball of your foot on the ski and provides progressively stiffer flex and power when it's time to put the hammer down while the variable height design of the metal reinforced toe riser matches the angle of the boot sole to reduce tip dive. Adjust your flex with compression-spring cartridges, available in three stiffness ratings - FreeFlex, MidStiff and Ridiculously Stiff.
Winter dry spell? You can fall to your knees and pray to Ullr all day and night, because the high-impact plastic shell of the Black Diamond TeleKneesis Kneepad has you covered. When your prayers are finally answered and you're shredding that powdery gnar, your precious AC/MCLs won't fall victim to the rocky, stumpy sharks laying in wait just under the snow. Protects the patella, shin and lower thigh throughout the range of motion during deep knee bends
At the center of the new Cassiar offerings is the 87mm edition. It’s arguably the most versatile of the newly released Cassiar line. The Cassiar 87 is the perfect choice for everyday resort use where you are 50 percent off-piste and 50 percent on-piste. The C87 carries all the performance and refinement DNA of a C2 ski.
At the center of the new Uschi line is the 87mm edition. A perfect choice for everyday resort use where off-piste takes slightly more precedence than on-piste. Targeting your ski choice to the conditions you most frequently encounter is a fine luxury (i.e. building your dream quiver), and the Uschi 87 tips the scale to slightly favor off-piste over on. C2 Chassis.
Classic shape, custom top-sheet art. Limited-Edition offering for Dreamtime When it first debuted, the Wailer 112 was a groundbreaking shape in the ski world, dominating ski tests and making skiers better. This ski has indeed become a fan-favorite. With the RP moniker, telling of its Resort-Pow domination, it has the versatility for absolute control and g-force generation on hardpack, while cradling the rider into the world of powder planing performance in deeper snow. It consistently, and playfully, delivers powder versatility, with ease-of-use, in varying conditions. Up your game.
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