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2013 Tyrolia Adrenaline 16 Bindings Reviews


Lighter Plate binding w/easy Mode Switch


Pros: Less than 6 pounds/pair, 5-16 release settings, easy to adjust, easy to free the heel

Cons: Icing of the locking plate impedes locking the heel, light for a heavy-weight AT binding, but still heavy.

As the last to enter the heavy-weight AT binding market Tyrolia is not turning any heads. IF they had been earlier they might, and IF they bother to promote this binding they will garner a decent following. That's two many IFs in my book. Nonetheless, the Adrenaline is a pretty well thought out plate binding. It skis well, with a huge range of release settings, from DIN 5-16. Those who want leverage for fat skis will appreciate being 36mm above the ski, those who want powder sensitivity should switch to tele. Where the Adrenaline smokes the competition is in uphill mode. It is the lightest heavyweight binding, weighing in at 5 lbs., 12 oz. for the large sized plate (less for the...
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Tyrolia's newest binding for the side country


Pros: Lightest in class

    This is more a preview than a review but...Tyrolia has introduce a viable contender in the competitive sidecounty binding market. While I have yet to get the new binding on snow, I did have a chance to play with it at the SIA show in January of the big three in this category the Tyrolia/Head is the lightest by over 100 grams.    More to come when I get these on snow next season.    Tester Info: Username: Philpug Age: 48 Height/Weight: 5'10" 185lb Ski Days/Season: 60+ Years Skiing: 35 Aggressiveness: Moderate (Finesse)  Current Quiver: 13 Blizzard Bonafide, 13 Blizzard Gunsmoke, plus...
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