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TwentyTwo Designs Lynx Binding
TwentyTwo Designs has unveiled the Lynx tele-tech binding. The Lynx delivers the touring efficiency of a tech-style pin touring binding while still offering a powerful and fun NTN telemark experience on the descent. Backcountry skiers no longer need to choose between a clunky NTN touring setup or an alpine touring fixed-heel setup. The Lynx is the best of both worlds. Climb uphill with a huge range of motion and no additional lifted binding weight. When its time to charge downhill, you get the full stiff and powerful NTN experience. This binding brings the design and builds quality that TwentyTwo Designs is known for and comes with a two-year warranty. Specifications - Instant flex engagement - 80+ degrees of resistance-free touring - Adjustable preload and 3 activeness settings - Spring-loaded dual-height climber - Weight including climbers: Large: 2lbs 3oz / 1000g Small: 2lbs 2oz / 960g -2 Year Warranty. -Made in the USA.
TwentyTwo Designs Outlaw X NTN Binding
The TwentyTwo Designs Outlaw X NTN binding that offers serious power and a dialed flex. This telemark binding olnly works with NTN or New Telemark Norm boots. The redesigned Outlaw X features a much easier step-in/out mechanism and upgraded durability at a lighter weight. The TwentyTwo Designs Outlaw X is ready to shred. Specifications -Easier to step in and out -Improved durability for the hardest chargers -Instant flex engagement -Optional brakes: 95, 110, and 125mm widths- available here. -Optional stiffy spring kit: available here. -50 degrees of resistance-free touring -Industrial strength main die spring -Preload adjustable from 1 to 5 -Spring-loaded climbing bail -NTN compatible in two sizes -Toepiece height: 1.1” at rear with 3 degree ramp -Large: 3 lbs, 8 oz / 1590g -Small: 3 lbs, 6 oz / 1520g -For NTN Bindings, the binding Size MUST match your boot size. Scarpa and Crispi boots 26.0 and under fit the Small Bindings, 26.5 and up are Large. For Scott/Garmont boots, the break is between 25.5 and 26.0.
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