Dynafit ST Rotation 10 Ski Bindings · 2023
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The ST Rotation 10 is impressive as a nearly indestructible binding with strong downhill performance, the highest comfort, and TÜV-certified safety. The patented DYNAFIT pivoting toe piece evens out impacts that can effect ski and binding on a powerful dynamic downhill. The binding release function is thus more reliable and effectively counters unwanted early release. A forward pressure of 10 mm ensures that the release value remains constant even when skis experience deflection. With its perfect bayonet positive lock at the heel unit, an extremely high power transfer from binding to ski is achieved for increased responsiveness and downhill performance. The Step-In Side Towers make entry into the toe piece more than 30% easier. Meaning fast as lightening you are fully and easily ready to get going. At the same time, it increases lateral stability on the descent. The “Hub Centering” system in all bindings with a pivoting toe piece makes it child’s play for users to click into the boot’s neutral position and thus makes it easy to adjust your position for climbing. The brake locks out in walk mode automatically for best user-friendly handling. Thanks to three different walk modes, you can climb with maximum comfort. The binding also offers 45 mm of flex in its length adjustment, enabling it to fit various sole lengths. The release values can be adjusted from DIN 4 to 10. As with all DYNAFIT bindings, the ST Rotation 10 has been developed and manufactured in Germany and offers DYNAFIT’s Lifetime Guarantee. ST Rotation 10 – Strong on the descent.
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This is first and foremost a touring binding, but it is equally at home at the resort. They are user friendly, perform well on downhills, and are incredible climbers. The rotating toepiece prevents unwanted releases on tough bumpy snow. Allows the ski to achieve its intended flex. If you are wanting to get into the backcountry, this is the binding for you.
The toe rotation allows for some added safety and less pre-releasing than many other tech setups.
Light enough for great uphill but has improved safety features for great downhill experience.
Backcountry skiing, lightweight hiking, control and power while skiing.