Dynafit Tourlite Tech


Brand: Dynafit

What do you think about Dynafit Tourlite Tech?
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jonssonpatrik
27/10/2009
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Strenghts:
Lightest, most twisty, durable. Locking them gives a perfect link for extreme skiing.
This model is one of D cheaper at Dynafit but it works great!

Weaknesses:
I have experienced that the pegs' holes and the plates of the joints are not strong enough for skis over 100 mm.
Has even "pulled out " the tie on narrower skis 88 mm at high speed uneven piste. Not fun but d is maybe more than a turbine needs to handle.
I hope Dynafit comes with a really good combination for skis with 100-130 mm waist. In particular, the tear bond needs to be stronger.

Summary:
I live in Tromsø and have used this model as well as the comfort model about 200,000 height meters since 2003. The only thing that happens is that I bowed the alu-axle to the backbone of a fall. I received this free and new spring. I think Tourlite works well even though it is the cheapest. I have my own prison straps, a loop of lashes that go around the lower leg of the pants. Like UT's tips on DIN 12 feathers. Must try!

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UT (Guest)
25/05/2009
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Strenghts:
The weight, robustness and a world-class twisting stiffness. Stiffness is better than most pest bites. As rendonnez binding, it only receives competition from its slightly larger brothers (FT12 and ST10). Binding has been on the market almost unchanged for 15 years, has been tested by guides and mountaineers on 7 continents and it is considered to be the one that works best. The toe part can be locked so it never drops.

Weaknesses:
- Must be carefully assembled when the total length adjustment is only 6.5 mm.
- The length adjustment of the tie to the toy is critical within 1/10 mm. Too long and you jump out of the tie, too short and the play jamms against the tie in the walking mode. The ST, FT and Comfort bindings are better in this regard, they have longer sticks, but they also need to be carefully adjusted. The TLT binding pins may be a bit too short for the bond to work for aggressive riding, but it is easy to install longer sticks.
- The DIN scale is not really trusted, should be seen as an indication of "near the right", then you have to try it out.

Summary:
Renovated rendonnez binding for top trips and skiing trips far from lifts and other civilization. Has a huge number of dedicated users worldwide as it has won on deserved merits. The binding requires a knowledgeable user to come true.

The weaknesses of the binding can be partially erased by changing the pins, and if the DIN scale is insufficient you can also norpa a set of springs from an FT12a.

Mikael-H
03/01/2009
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Strenghts:
I have tested the ST model on a pair of Sugar Daddy.
Lightly low on the skid, no extra rake.
Keeping shoe surprisingly good at downhill skiing, small flex lateral.

Weaknesses:
Have not learned to put them properly yet, the toe part has a small span between easy and no trigger.
At loose heel, the rear end of the skid slips into the ground if you raise your foot when traversing. Thinking of putting a rubber word between the heel and shoe to balance this.

Summary:
Could probably be the best binding for randoné. I have not learned yet. The criticism of difficult tough parts to touch, I do not share. Exercise 2 times on the garage race in the snow, it's fine.

henkew
henkew (Guest)
09/09/2008
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Strenghts:
Superligh weight. Obviously stable in relation to its weight. Acc. tests only surpassed by chips in stability. Nice to go with. Easy to reset depending on the slope. = the market's best best randonne bond.

Weaknesses:
If you go a bit harder, you need to have the binding in the "go" mode, otherwise it can be thiefless. Has knocked out when I walked on really hard surfaces, steeped up and slanted. lacks sharpness to wide skis (95mm +) A narrower range of compatible pants. (however, several manufacturers this year come with awesome models)

Summary:
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