Dynafit Beast 16 Ski Bindings with Brakes

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Overview

About Dynafit Beast 16 Ski Bindings with Brakes

Closeouts. Dynafit's Beast 16 ski bindings are super-beefy freeride touring bindings for hard-charging skiers who split their time between in-bounds and out-of-bounds terrain. The rotating, lightweight toe piece helps you stay locked in when charging big backcountry lines, and burly brakes prevent runaway skis.

Specs

Specs about Dynafit Beast 16 Ski Bindings with Brakes

  • System: Alpine touring
  • Auto/Manual: Auto
  • DIN Range: 6-16
  • Weight 2 lb. 1 oz.
  • Material: 6082 forged aluminum, Cromoly steel, high-strength plastic, stainless steel, Titanal
  • Recommended use: Alpine touring
  • Made in Germany
  • Return information
  • Visit our Alpine Skiing Guide
  • US shipments only

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 2 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by bill from folsom, ca on Thursday, May 18, 2017
i am a Dynafit fan. So when i saw these (originally 1000 dollars) for 175 i had to have them. They are much heavier than a Speed Turn. They are beautiful and if i did not mount them on a ski i would place them in a sculpture garden. Why are they discounted? 1. all the parts are in the box but the ... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by bill from folsom, ca on Thursday, May 18, 2017
    i am a Dynafit fan. So when i saw these (originally 1000 dollars) for 175 i had to have them. They are much heavier than a Speed Turn. They are beautiful and if i did not mount them on a ski i would place them in a sculpture garden. Why are they discounted? 1. all the parts are in the box but the box is torn. 2. the metal piece that is supposed to be glued to the toe and protects the plastic from your ski pole is off one of the toes. 3. the brake is 105 and most BC skis are currently wider than 105. 4. On the net there are complaints of toe binding problems, which might be user error but i doubt it. 5. In tour mode on the lowest riser setting (no riser) the heel is up a bit which could drive you crazy if you did a lot of flat touring (I do not). 6. They are heavy. The good - 1. These make great downhill bindings - much better than Speed Turns because they absorb shock and are safer. 2. Are better for big skis going fast than Speed Turns - same reasons as 1.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jerry from NH on Thursday, December 15, 2016
    Heavy as far tech bindings go, but well worth the weight! A burly binding that is closer to an alpine binding than it is a tech binding. I'm not afraid to push its limits.

    One important note, it requires a piece be added to your tech boot that makes it incompatible with alpine bindings. It's a shim type thing that attaches to the back of the boot.

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About Dynafit

You can find Dynafit skis, boots and bindings in some of the highest places on earth. Diehard touring athletes aren't content to stay at lower altitudes… they want to climb the highest mountains and ski down the backside. Even Mount Everest, where nature rules and man is an endangered species, is a favorite destination for Dynafit skiers. Because every ounce counts when six steps can represent a three-foot gain in altitude, Dynafit makes ski-binding systems that can easily save you two pounds of weight. Dynafit skis are as light as anything out there and feature deep sidecut geometries that dominate the market. For making first tracks in fresh powder, Dynafit delivers the lightweight performance extreme skiers demand.