Dynafit Beast 14

Dynafit Beast 14
Brand: Dynafit
Modelyear: 2016
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Skijeti
Skijeti (Guest)
05/10/2020
Strenghts:
Reliable, safe, easy to use. Very good din.

Weaknesses:
Snow gets under heel part, feels different than alpine binding while skiing. You need to get used to it. Not the lightest binding.

Summary:
Excellent binding for freeride and touring. Specially if you are more aggressive or heavier skier. My opinion more reliable than king pin.

Model year: 2016
Skijeti
Skijeti (Guest)
05/10/2020
Strenghts:
Reliable, safe, easy to use. Very good din.

Weaknesses:
Snow gets under heel part, feels different than alpine binding while skiing. You need to get used to it. Not the lightest binding.

Summary:
Excellent binding for freeride and touring. Specially if you are more aggressive or heavier skier. My opinion more reliable than king pin.

Model year: 2016


Jacobthesnake
21/02/2019
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Strenghts:
Cheap

Weaknesses:
difficult to switch from ride to walking position

Summary:
Quite inaccurate binding that does not give any quality impression. The ski boot often ends up wrong when you have to "click" in furthermore difficult to grow from yoke to walking. Also had a hard time understanding how to adjust the binding and then got to taste Dynafit's abysmal support. Nothing counts either in Italy or with the Swedish agent and no one who called back despite triviality. I then emailed and received a reply 1 month later that I would look in the manual. Missing my Kingpin!

Model year: 2018
ByB3rg
30/11/2018
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Strenghts:
Rotatable toe part. (much better than the big brother's toe part)
Your 14th
Stable, very metal. To be tech

Weaknesses:
Inge flat hole mode.
Bumpy to go from trip to yard on hadel
Heavy to be tech

Summary:
A stable bond that simply works well.
Perfect if you are going to Canada or Japan. There usually the notice is more steep. So that the lack of flat position + the heavier weight, the player less roll.
Do not have a thief in my toe for me during 2 seasons.

Model year: 2017
streimert
03/04/2017
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Strenghts:
Easier than Baron, Duke and Tour. Do not carry the hob while touring.
Hear it in La Grave with pillows, puckles, crows, sorbet in everything between short-range, between and big bang ,,,, I weigh about 90 kg without back etc ,,, (Skis Annex 108, 184cm). Have mostly run on as usual bindings ,,,, (after a while dared to increase speed)
No thief at all with the toe part ,,,, or the back part. ,,,,

Weaknesses:
Gathering snow / ice. No flat touring mode (although you may not face it).
Dynafiddle then it's foolish to turn them on in steep terrain (before learning from any experienced ,,, with all the trix and tips): :)

Summary:
Over my expectations and my first pinbinding that I was very nervous about with drowsiness etc ,,,
A little scary the first time you get them in a steep corridor (La Voute in La Grave)

Fredrik
Fredrik (Guest)
23/02/2015
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Strenghts:
- Good function
- Weight in relation to DIN
- Elasticity
- No thief solutions

Weaknesses:
- Snowed snow under the front, ie the lock of the front binding, which can make it difficult to get out sometimes.
- The front part moves left-right then you should click in the back tie, so you should have the skid as flat as possible.

Summary:
Very good binding that I have mounted on a pair of DPS wailler 190cm, everything works very well. I weigh 85kg and is 183cm. Mounted and purchased at Alpine in Stockholm.

Model year: 2015