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Tyrolia Attack 13 Ski Bindings 2017

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Sku#: 395170P

The Tyrolia Attack 13 makes a great binding for any skier looking for performance. Tyrolia has designed the Attack specifically for skis that are at least 80mm at the waist. Having a binding that is designed for wider skis will provide you with more control, and less torsional twisting of the ski. A 17mm Stand Height will provide you with a solid feeling on the snow if you like ripping groomers, going huge in the park, charging a steep face, or just cruising down the mountain the Tyrolia Attack 13 will be a perfect match for you.

  • Designed for Skis 80mm or Wider
  • 17mm Stand Height


Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Category Downhill Max Din Setting 13
Actual Din Range 4-13 Recommended Weight Range 100-240 lbs. Binding Weight 4.28 lbs.
Warranty One Year Skill Range AdvancedIntermediate-Expert Model Year 2017
Model Number 953302 85 Product ID 395170   
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Great Binding.
January 23, 2017

out of 5

This binding has a lower stand height and is easier to click into than the Marker Griffon binding. Does everything you want.
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Wild Bill.
December 12, 2016

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Worked great Looked good with the skis
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Q: will touring boots work with this binding? can you adjust the toe height?
Asked : Feb 11, 2017
By : ss, BZN MT
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A:Yes, the Attack toe piece can accommodate an AT boot sole.
Answered : Feb 13, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I have Line Sick Day 95's. I assume the Tyrolia Attack 13 95mm will work? Should I go up to a 100mm binding?
Asked : Dec 29, 2016
By : Matt, Potsdam, NY
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A:The 95mm brake should work correctly on the SD95 for almost all boots. As long as you are skiing in a boot size 29.5 or smaller you should not have any issues. Boots 30.5 and larger may have some issues due to how far back on the ski the heel piece is mounted.
Answered : Dec 29, 2016
By : Thom
Q: I just bought icelantic gypsy Skny with a waist of 99m, do I need the 100 or 110 binding width?
Asked : Nov 06, 2016
By : Jeff, Long beach
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A:The general guideline when selecting brake size is to have a brake that is equal to or wider than the waist width of the ski, but not wider by more than 15mm. For the Gypsy SKNY you will need the 110mm Tyrolia Attack.
Answered : Nov 07, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hey there, I just purchased a pair of 2015 Rossi Super 7's, says it has a waist width of 116mm, will these bindings fit this ski?
Asked : Jan 26, 2016
By : Adam, Los Angeles
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A:Your ski binding brake width needs to be as wide or wider than your skis waist width. These bindings would not work since the brake width is 110 at the largest. Paste the following link into your browser to view all ski bindings with a brake width of 120mm or larger, these will work correctly for you http://www.skis.com/ski-bindings/103,default,sc.html?prefn1=Inv_Size&prefv1=120mm%2b
Answered : Jan 27, 2016
By : Chris
Q: I'm looking at the icelantic keeper with a 95mm waist would the tyrolia attack 13 95 brake work? or do I need the 110?
Asked : Nov 12, 2015
By : Troy, maine
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A:Either size will work fine. The general guideline is to select a brake width equal to or greater than the waist width of your ski, but not more than 15mm.
Answered : Nov 12, 2015
By : Adam, Midwest
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