Review: Tyrolia Protector Attack 13 MN Ski Bindings · 2024

Published on 12/13/2023 · 3 min readCurated Expert, West Anderson, has tested this product to give you their unbiased, definitive take.
West Anderson, Ski Expert
By Ski Expert West Anderson
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The Curated Take

4.8/5

The Tyrolia Protector Attack 13 MN Ski Bindings, with Full Heel Release (FHR) technology, are excellent for skiers prioritizing safety on the slopes. They are particularly beneficial for injury prevention, offering reliable release values in forward and backward spins, reducing knee stress. These bindings are versatile, compatible with various boot types, and adaptable to different skiing styles. While offering great power transfer and a close feel of the ski's flex, they may not be as durable as the regular Attack models. Despite being pricier, their safety features and versatility make them a valuable investment for safety-conscious skiers.

Ideal for
  • Great for injury prevention
  • Excellent versatility
  • Pretty light
Not ideal for
  • Not as durable as the regular Attack model
Release Reliability
West Anderson, Curated Expert
This binding is trustworthy when it comes to release reliability. Like the other Attack models, this binding can be trusted to perform after years of abuse. As long as boots...Read more
Durability
West Anderson, Curated Expert
This binding has a similar construction to the regular Attack models, but it has some extra components. I've come to find that the more technology and parts a ski item...Read more
Versatility
West Anderson, Curated Expert
This binding supports alpine or GripWalk technology, which in turn will cater to many different boot types. The binding is also adjustable to a variety of boot sizes, so one...Read more
Power Transfer
West Anderson, Curated Expert
This binding has a short distance between the boot and the ski, allowing for maximum feeling of the ski's flex. For buttering and playing on the skis, this binding will...Read more

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About the bindings
  • Model: Tyrolia Protector Attack 13 MN Ski Bindings · 2024
Test conditions
  • Where I’ve used it: I used these on a groomed run on a bright sunny day.
  • How many times I've used it: 1

Expert Reviews of the Tyrolia Protector Attack 13 MN Ski Bindings

West Anderson This binding is meant for someone who wants to be as safe as possible on the mountain. The Protector Attack binding utilizes Full Heel Release (FHR) technology, a first in the Attack lineup. FHR technology guarantees maximum safety because of constant release values in forward and especially backward spins, thus creating less stress on the knees and safer skiing conditions.

Product Specs

GenderUnisex
Model year2024
Ski binding typeAlpine
Skill levelAdvanced, Expert
Din release - low value4
Din release - high value13

Review Ratings

Release Reliability

5/5
West Anderson gave 5 of 5 stars. This binding is trustworthy when it comes to release reliability. Like the other Attack models, this binding can be trusted to perform after years of abuse. As long as boots are kept clean and binding free of debris, they will operate like butter. That notorious Tyrolia "click" is an audible cue that the binding is secure.

Durability

4/5
West Anderson gave 4 of 5 stars. This binding has a similar construction to the regular Attack models, but it has some extra components. I've come to find that the more technology and parts a ski item has, the less durable it usually is. The binding has some added features to ensure safety, but I think the added parts bring the durability down significantly.

Versatility

5/5
West Anderson gave 5 of 5 stars. This binding supports alpine or GripWalk technology, which in turn will cater to many different boot types. The binding is also adjustable to a variety of boot sizes, so one can always ensure a secure fit, as well as ski styles. Whether it may be park skiing, all-mountain, or powder skiing, this binding will be with its rider every step of the way.

Power Transfer

5/5
West Anderson gave 5 of 5 stars. This binding has a short distance between the boot and the ski, allowing for maximum feeling of the ski's flex. For buttering and playing on the skis, this binding will significantly elevate that feeling. I've noticed that between other bindings, this one helps me feel every detail of what the ski is doing underneath my feet.

FAQs

What do you love about this product?

West Anderson I love the added safety features to an already terrific binding.

What was your favorite moment with this gear?

West Anderson My favorite moment was taking my first run with the bindings.

Why did you choose this product?

West Anderson I chose this product because I love the previous models.

What is the value for the money versus other options?

West Anderson This is a relatively expensive binding, but the added safety features make it worth the price.

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