Send it, don't say it. The Plum Phat Boy Ski Bindings (also known as J'Envoie du Gros for those that don't speak English) are the widest and baddest tech bindings on the market. With a release value range of 5.5 to 12, an ultra-wide 70 mm mounting pattern, and a burly heel bumper so your binding pins don't take all the load when you're dropping 30 footers; this is the tech connector for the hardest charging ski mountaineers in the land. Recommended only for skis with correspondingly wide reinforcing in the mount area or those with full metal topsheets. *WARNING: These bindings do not meet the requirements of ISO 8364 regarding screw hole pattern. Check with your ski manufacturer before mounting to make sure the reinforced area under the binding is wide enough.*
Constructed of aerospace grade materials: aluminium, steel, and polyvinyl
Baseplate under toepiece reduces effective binding ramp angle.
Front lock lever
Heel adjustment range of 30 mm
Special elastomer heel bumper under the boot heel to absorb impact from bit hits
3 Heel riser positions on the heel piece
Heel heights change for skinning by rotating heelpiece
No ski brake is available at the present time; safety leash included.
The first tech bindings designed to be compatible with big mountain skis
70 mm wide mounting pattern for added strength and power transmission with wide skis
Weight: 518 grams per ski with screws
8 mm lift under toepiece reduces ramp angle.
Requires a tech (Dynafit) compatible boot with correct toe and heel fittings
Check with your ski manufacturer to ensure the reinforced area under the binding is sufficient to mount this binding.