Dynafit TLT Speed?

Discussion in 'Alpine Touring Gear' started by idsnowghost, Nov 14, 2018.

  1. idsnowghost

    idsnowghost Staff Member

    Spokane, WA
    Anyone ski on this binding last year? Is touring in flat mode a pain?

    I would love to hear what you think if you've skied them. I picked up a pair on sale over the summer and wondering before I mount them up on anything.
  2. I’d like to find a chart, comparison table, or something alike that sums up all the Dynafit binding options. Showing which each bindings intended purpose is and how they do or do not overlap. Ever ran across anything like this?
  3. I can only vouch for the tlt radical ST 2.0's and affirm that I love the "din" setting and having ski brakes. wildsnow.com has several reviews of the tlt speed bindings and I have come to trust what lou says as generally reliable information.
  4. I feel like the real question here has been overlooked...

    What ski ya gonna mount em on?
  5. rdb



    Late to the party. Not a pain. Some of the Dynafit binding have even less ramp in tour mode and all tour very well. Ski has nothing to do with how the binding tours. I think how much ramp angle are you willing to live with in the binding and the mount location can be as important as which ski you choose.
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2020
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  6. sundog


    I have the TLT speed radical with leashes on two pairs of skis. No complaints, lightweight, work like a charm, can't see any reason to ski anything else, especially when I see all the problems people have with the G3 and the newer, flasher bindings.
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  7. idsnowghost

    idsnowghost Staff Member

    Spokane, WA
    Thanks for the follow ups. Good to hear the heel piece doesn't rotate on flat mode.

    I do ski on the Speed Rads, solid binding -- I was asking about this model specifically, black aluminum: https://www.dynafit.com/en-us/tlt-speed-binding-08-0000048792 As bumski mentioned it's hard to keep up with all the flavors of Dynafit bindings now days!

    (I've still got them if you want a pair! NIB)

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