What does TLT stand for Dynafit?
Questions often come up about the difference between the Dynafit TLT Radical series of alpine touring bindings and the Dynafit TLT Vertical series. TLT stands for Tour Lite Tech, hence the name “tech” bindings.
Are Dynafit bindings adjustable?
The toe piece of all Dynafit bindings has no adjustable DIN, but the four springs located within the toe rests around a 4 DIN. The heel piece contains two DIN settings. When skiers pre-release out of there bindings or don’t release at all, an incorrect forward pressure is often the culprit.
What is the difference between the Dynafit radical and the ft?
The FT is for those who prefer a release value setting above 10. The original Dynafit TLT binding was a bare-bones product that got the job done. Each new version of the binding since has added small levels of convenience and durability, but the Radical still functions on the same principles of the original TLT.
Is Dynafit still the best tech binding on the market?
Of course, all the new options are sure to put pressure on Dynafit, the originator of the tech-binding concept. The Dynafit Radical binding is arguably the most widely used tech binding on the market. The Dynafit Radical Binding comes in several variations; the Speed Radical, the Radical ST and the Radical FT.
What is the difference between Rad2 and Dynafit binding?
Dynafit Binding Comparison — Rotation and Radical 2.0. Rotation (top) has a thicker slightly higher trigger (~ 1 mm) than the Rad2 (bottom). Combined with the rotation detent, this should make a noticeable difference while clipping in, though it might create a bit of a hair trigger for boots with thick soles.
What is the Dynafit rotation ski touring binding?
Enter the Dynafit Rotation ski touring binding. An upgrade overall similar to Rad2; heel unit identical, important changes in toe unit. Rotation has an improved toe unit that’s easier to use; it’s otherwise virtually the same binding.