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Tyrolia Attack² 13 GW Ski Bindings · 2021

Tyrolia Attack² 13 GW Ski Bindings · 2021

$199.00
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The Tyrolia Attack 13 Gw are some of the most recognizable and common bindings out there. These have been relatively unchanged for years and are easy to adjust.

Key Features:

  • Max DIN of 13 – This is a mid-range max DIN that will fit a wide variety of skiers. If you are unsure of if this will work for you, talk to a Curated expert.
  • Gripwalk Compatible – This binding is compatible with Alpine DIN (ISO 5355) and Gripwalk Soles only.
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2021
Ski binding type
Alpine
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Din release - low value
4
Din release - high value
13
Boot sole type
Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), GripWalk
Age Group
Adult
Expert product review
Ski Expert Rhett Dalton
Review by Curated Expert Rhett Dalton
The Tyrolia Attack2 13 GW Bindings are high-end bindings capable of handling expert skiers and rugged terrain. They are compact and have easy step-in action. A great blend of performance and safety.
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Release Reliability
Versatility
Top down view of a skier sitting on the edge of a ski run at a resort.
The Tyrolia Attack2 bindings mounted to Salomon QST 99 skis.
Two skiers stand on a ski run at a resort. One has his hand on the other. There are trail signs behind them.
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Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
What size binding do I need for my skis?
Bindings are sold in a variety of waist widths. Ideally you want a ski binding width that is 0-10mm wider than the waist-width of the ski. For example, a 90mm ski would best be served by a binding with a 90mm-100mm brake. Most shops will install a binding brake that is a little narrower that is 0-5mm narrower than the ski, especially for Look Pivots, which run in 20mm increments.
Ski Expert Rob G.Ski Expert Chloe WeeksSnowboard Expert Ethan Rudyk
by Rob G. on July 9, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Are Tyrolia and Head bindings the same?
Tyrolia is a division of the Head Sports groups and manufactures ski bindings with Head and Tyrolia branding. "Head" ski bindings are re-branded Tyrolia bindings. In other words, Yes, Head bindings are Tyrolia bindings.
Ski Expert Rob G.Snowboard Expert Ethan RudykSki Expert Mary A.
by Rob G. on July 8, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Tyrolia Attack² 13 GW Ski Bindings · 2021
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Wilhelm Nesterovic
Wilhelm Nesterovic
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

These bindings bring together safety and performance for skiers of all skill levels, and at a crazy amazing price. These freeride bindings have an FR Pro toe that makes these bindings compatible with GripWalk and Alpine boots, in addition to an AFD plate that can be adjusted to different types of ski boots for better performance and reliable releasing.

Nikolas Otte
Nikolas Otte
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Oct 14, 2022

These bindings bring together safety and performance for skiers of all skill levels, and at a crazy amazing price. These freeride bindings have an FR Pro toe that makes these bindings compatible with GripWalk and Alpine boots, in addition to an AFD plate that can be adjusted to different types of ski boots for better performance and reliable releasing.

Christopher Seaton
Christopher Seaton
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Oct 14, 2022

The Attack has a wide toe piece that drives power to the edges of the ski, great performance from them. Feel locked in and confident skiing in any condition on these. Works with Grip Walk and Alpine soles.

Theo G
Theo G
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Aug 3, 2022

These bindings bring together safety and performance for skiers of all skill levels, and at a crazy amazing price. These freeride bindings have an FR Pro toe that makes these bindings compatible with GripWalk and Alpine boots, in addition to an AFD plate that can be adjusted to different types of ski boots for better performance and reliable releasing.

Michael Dobson
Michael Dobson
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The Attack 13 is a well-respected and widely used binding across all skier types, from park rats to all-mountain chargers. With a more affordable price point, plenty of adjustability, and Alpine and GripWalk sole compatibility, it's easy to see why many folks choose it over other more expensive options. It doesn't boast the highest elasticity in any department, but it's a trustworthy binding that feels great to step into and can stand up to years of abuse.