The Dyno DH is back again: Our first ever, hardboot specific splitboard binding awarded Backcountry Magazine’s 2015 Gear Guide Select! For years we have offered Dynafit toe pieces and Dynafit Adapters for hardboot touring on the way up, the Dyno DH completes the package for the ride down. Note: Binding is for ride mode only.
$ 250 | Spark R&D Dyno DH
Phantom Splitboard Bindings are specifically designed for plastic shell boots and splitboarding. The binding was designed around the growing number of softer, backcountry oriented AT boots. The boot/binding combination is designed to ride and flex like a soft boot setup while benefiting from all the advantages of a plastic boot for technical ascents and more efficient touring since the binding plate stows when ascending. Parts are machined from high strength aerospace grade aluminum alloys, with heat treated steel bails, and stainless steel hardware. Bindings are currently being sold in limited quantities.
$ 825 | Phantom Hardboot System
A certain steep, narrow, hard-to-access couloir has been tempting you for about half a decade. And your skins (even Voilé’s) won’t get you up to where you can drop in. Faced with the prospect of a precarious ascent in soft snowboard boots, you reluctantly pass on your starry-eyed line for another season. Many backcountry riders have seen the movie, and some eventually delve into the world of hard boots to dissolve this dilemma and cut down even more on the weight they drag into the backcountry. For those that do, the Voilé MTN Plate Kit will be their best friend. The kit is compatible with AT boots and most hard-shell climbing boots. When the toe and heel pieces are mounted to a Voilé Slider Track, ingress and egress to the binding is a cakewalk. And stainless steel hardware and ST-801 Super Tough Nylon definitely answer the Voilé mandate for “solid.” Voilé Slider Tracks and Slider Pins not included. (Not included)
$ 55 | Voile Mtn Plate