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Tyrolia SX 10 Ski Bindings

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Tyrolia SX 10 Ski Bindings, Solid Black, 600
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The Tyrolia SX 10 is a great economical binding for mellow skiers looking for value and safety. This compound package offers you a full diagonal release out of the toe piece that can help reduce the chances of injury, just in case you have a backward twisting fall.

  • Full Diagonal Release


Skill Range: Beginner-Intermediate

Ski Gear Intended Use  All Mountain Category  Downhill Max Din Setting  10
Actual Din Range  2-10 Recommended Weight Range  65-200 lbs. Binding Weight  Not Specified
Warranty  One Year Skill Range  Beginner-Intermediate Model Year  2016
Model Number  111768 95 Product ID  395186   
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Q: Tyrolia SX 10 Promo Alpine Ski Binding, 90mm, Solid Black, New?
Asked : Oct 20, 2016
By : badabingham, San Antonio
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A: Yes, this binding is sold in new condition, in a manufactures box.
Answered : Oct 21, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Do these bindings require a AFD or teflon pad between the toe and heel binding? Also, what size screws do they require? I ask because my skis are already drilled. Thanks!
Asked : Dec 15, 2015
By : Jj, Chi
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A: All alpine ski bindings have an AFD already on them. AFD stands for Anti-Friction Device that allows for a cleaner release from the toe piece for your safety. The screws that are included with the binding are the correct size. It is unlikely that the hole pattern for this binding matches the hole pattern that is drilled on your skis. I would strongly encourage you to take them to a certified binding technician to properly and safely install the bindings for you.
Answered : Dec 15, 2015
By : Adam, Midwest


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