Skyhøy Telemark Stepin


Brand: Skyhøy

What do you think about Skyhøy Telemark Stepin?
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guest
guest (Guest)
04/06/2009
Strenghts:
step in, DIN releaseable

Weaknesses:
heavy, broke a lot

Summary:
obsolete, there's a reason they discontinued it.

alexanderwaaler
alexanderwaaler (Guest)
06/02/2017
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Fat. Should buy me a pair of fins now. Certainly not been run for many years. Will be cruel in the piste.

Ghostface
18/02/2004
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Great punching in the piste - weighs half a ton, but if you ride a lift, it does not matter ... Nice with step in and trigger function (saves your knees).

The only negative is that it will send the whole time ... Since Fritschi has taken it out of production, you are still forbidden to hunt used spare parts all the time!

1telis
16/10/2002
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Why do you make such an incredibly bad connection, with materials that do not cling to those weakest links. Have had two from 2001/2002 but both have ripped off, A good thought with step in and twist like 17 but you have to solve the piece of material, so it's not made anymore so far. Someone said that it would be nice to get caught and stop instead, but I promise it's not as funny when said the tie just bursts and disappears for the mountain of 1000fallmeter, hm getting down into 80cm pillows with a ski is not fun. .........

Model year: 2001
Richard_Marsell
18/09/2002
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Perhaps nothing for the knee offender marker, but a lovely gadget whose function was impeccable after the fix of the first year's miss. Very stable in the piste and soft and gentle in the offpiste. As good as it gets. The trigger function never hurts without the skate flying away only when your crossbands are in danger. In short, a full-fledged western technink in sympathy with the best of the East-state design.
An epoch has gone to the grave when I received information from BD headcourters today that "project Skyhöy is put on ice"
We are a few who can continue to enjoy the cement cluster and its phenomenal performance ....... R.I.P

Model year: 2001
erikw
06/01/2001
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absolutely superb binding. a little odd at first, but after a day or two then ... yes it's so fucking super nice. and it loosens and you crave, ski tips that cost 330 extra pixels worth every single money. Imagine SLIPING the catch strap!
YES! I do not really agree with the previous speaker ...
a bit crooked to climb them at the beginning but after some practice it's no problem either. It looks a bit louder than a "regular" telis bond, but it does not notice when you go. It is easier than many alpine bindings. The negative is the price about 2000 +330 for ski tops (is not really sure of the price) but it is offset by the fact that it is phenomenally good.

Model year: 2000
spip
08/02/2000
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This gray and large bond feels a little clumsy at first because it is so much larger than normal telemark binder (Rottefella's Rivaserie for example). But the fact is that it does not weigh so much extra and furthermore, the target group for this tie is not the ones who want to go top trips and so. No, these are donations to press properly in the piste. Missed by many for an alpine bond, and thus also results in many raised eyebrows when kneeling bends off the back.
The binder is very twisty and you easily transfer the power down the skid. To tilt and burn down even in odd parties goes like a dance. Do I have to say that plastic pants are a must? The binding is built 3 centimeters in height, so additional elevation plates feel quite redundant.
What goes down for Skyhøyen is that it is not properly developed. Skistoppers make it easy, but because the spring is so hard that it's almost impossible to press your shoe without getting sweaty. And here, some of the joke disappears by having a step-in tie with triggers, when you still have to have a catch strap ... In addition, the tie is chewed by the lip on the pjäxsula after just five days of rides. Not so good. But it is still great to go with. Do not rub it either.

Model year: 2000