Salomon MTN Tech Binding Review
The MTN is Salomon’s entrance into the world of tech bindings with a clean and solid design.
G3 Ion LT Review
The Ion LT is the G3 lightweight, brakeless version of the proven Ion binding.
Dynafit Superlight Touring Binding Review
The Dynafit Superlight is a binding designed to bridge the gap between the race world and the recreational touring world.
Marker Kingpin 13
The Kingpin 13 is Marker’s hybrid tech binding that appeals to the freeride crew.
Dynafit Radical 2.0
The Dynafit Radical 2.0 makes some big and significant changes from its predecessor, moving it closer to perfect binding.
The Vipec makes going from ski to tour to ski a breeze, without ever stepping out of the binding.
The G3 Ion is a very clean take on a standard tech binding. It offers a few nuances that make it stand out from its competitors and its one of the best looking binders on the market!
Bishop 2.0 telemark binding
The Bishop 2.0 telemark binding is the most torsionally rigid telemark binding made for duckbilled boots.
Dynafit Beast 14
The Dynafit Beast 14 is less finicky than the original beast, and it’s proving to be a good, durable, freeride binder at a lower weight penalty from its big brother.
The G3 Ion is a nice addition to the heavier duty tech binding market. During my testing, the Ion’s held me securely.
The Marker Baron binding works well for a lighter-weight aggressive skier who doesn’t have to skin to far to get to their descent.
The Marker Dukes are just to heavy to be a real BC touring binding in my mind. But they have their place, and it is close to the resort, or 80-foot hucks with a bit of an approach.
Jordan White reviews the prototype Dynafit Beast tech touring binding that clamps down up to 16 din for big aggressive skiers skiing on big mountain skis.
Jordan White tests the Plum Guide, and says it adds to the competitiveness and options for the tech binding user.
Marker F12 Tour
Jordan White tests Marker's F12 Tour, and finds that it may sacrifice some performance in the effort to shed weight.
Fritschi Freeride Pro
Tried, true and well-tested, Fritschi's Freeride Pro is a great way to introduce alpine skiers to AT skiing.
Big man AT binding tester Jordan White finds that Salomon's Guardian delivers XL performance in downhill mode.
Dynafit Radical FT
Jordan White found some new features to like in Dynafit's Radical FT binding. But he also spent a little time dealind with the brand's warranty department.
Innovative, and a good value in the world of tech bindings, Jordan Campbell says that the G3 Onyx may still not be burly enough for big skiers like him.
Marker has upgraded its game-changing Duke binding. Jordan White reports on what's new, and what remains the same.
La Sportiva RT binding
Can the new ultralight binding handle a hard-charging 6'4'', 210 pound skier? Find out.