MFD Alltime Salomon Touring Binding Plate (M/L) 2012: As skis have adapted more and more to the increasing accessibility of the backcountry, bindings have struggled to keep up. Some are light for the climb and some are beefy for the downhill but still are never as reliable as your favorite DH bindings. The MFD Alltime Touring Binding Plate is just that, “alltime”. Designed to work with your trusted Salomon/Atomic bindings these bad boys offer the lowest stand height of all high DIN AT binding systems, while the Pendulum Pivot™ brings your pivot point higher, allowing you efficient ski touring while using your alpine bindings.
To be used on alpine touring adventures with your alpine downhill bindings
Alpine DH bindings directly screw to MFD ALLTIME channel.
Pendulum Pivot™ brings your pivot point higher, allowing you efficient ski touring while using your Alpine Bindings.
Pole activated climbing riser: the fastest, highest and most efficient riser system on the market - O, 6, 14 degree touring positions.
Free Floating Chop Block™ lets your Heel Lock float with the flex of your ski while allowing the ski to flex more naturally.
3M Threadlocker® capsule included (ski screw glue!!!)
Dually Bearings™ are torsionally strong and replaceable.
Compatible with Salomon STH Driver 12/14/16, STH 12/14 and Atomic FFG Team ski bindings
We recommend a brake width that is equal to the ski waist width and at most 15mm wider.
6061 T6 Aluminum, Dupont Zytel®
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Comments about MFD Alltime Salomon Touring Binding Plate (M/L) 2012:
Great for backcountry if you don't mind the extra weight, I have never used dynafit but I have used fritschi bindings and the mfd is superior in almost every way, it is very solid on both the up and the down super easy to switch from walk to tour, and all the pieces are sold separately so if anything breaks you can fix it yourself I was a little upset that they didn't have ski crampons available but they will be released soon so that's not a problem. The only other thing is that the bindings that mount on them are alpine bindings so you can't use touring specific boots with them which is becoming a problem for me as I get into touring more, but otherwise a great product