WT17 BINDINGS PLUM YACK M
*2-3 weeks for shipping
*Bindings does NOT come with brakes
Going fat doesn’t have to mean going heavy. If you prefer wide skis (e.g. DPS 112s) and aren’t competing on the freeride world tour, the Plum Yak will take you to your happy place. Lightest in category, the touring binding features an extra-wide mounting pattern and a built-in heel-support pad. These give you the confidence to put powder boards on edge or drop from pillow to pillow. Suitable for skis at least 95mm in girth underfoot, the Yak optionally comes with integrated rear brakes. The new brake design has a clever ski/walk mode switch designed to eliminate accidental deployment when touring. The Plum Yak is the default choice for powder addicts that like to do several laps and prefer to surf on top with mini-snowboards.
- Wide base plates add mounting stability and help transfer power to edges of bigger skis.
- Fully-adjustable lateral and vertical release values range from 5.5 to 12 on the tech scale.
- Built-in heel support pads reduce stress on the heel pins and add comfort to landings.
- Two riser positions and a flat mode are enabled by rotating the heel, optionally with a pole.
- Optional brake is integrated into the heel baseplate and can be locked for skinning.
- Aerospace-grade aluminum toes and heel roofs provide everyday strength to the design.
- Crampon receptors are integrated into the toe and can accept Plum crampons from the top.
- Adjustment rails in the heel have a 30mm range, even in the version with the brake.
- Toe plate reduces the ramp angle in the binding, allowing a more neutral stance.
- Made in France, with love.
||478g [no brake]
|Weight (pair)||956g [no brake]
|Riser Heights||2 + flat|
|Crampon Ready||Yes, esp. Plum|
|Materials||7075 aluminum, steel, delrin|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||New brake system in heel|
|Bottom Line||Lightest powder board binding|