The Arc is the lightest Spark binding! The T1 system is here integrated into a baseplate with the best compromise between weight and stability. No one stops the Arc. A real all-rounder for longer tours, powder or narrow forest descents. Laterally, the highback offers more flex, but is stable to the front and back. The instep buckles combine flexibility and power. The new ST Touring Brackets and ST Whammy Bars make this binding even more efficient for touring.
Voile or Spark Alu pucks serve as the base.
Also available as PRO model with 13% less weight ( 170 Gr. )
Scope of delivery: complete but without PUCKS
|1,27kg / PRO 1,10kg||0,45 kg||PUCKS||120 €|
|485 € / 669 €||Pucks (90 €)||✓ 39 €||✓ 105 €|
|Construction method / weight:||extrem leicht, super light weight|
|Rebuilding technology:||without split pin / on PUCKS|
|Crampon mode:||not fixes on binding|
|Binding-size:||XS (<38), S (38-41), M (41-44), L (44+)|
PUCK bindings displace snow by pushing on it | © splitboards europe all pictures
Spark ARC ST PRO -13% weight:
As you can see, the baseplates are almost identical. But the heel cups are different sizes. One has however at each Spark binding the possibility of this to next larger and to the next smaller binding to adjust. An M is small screwed an XS/S and an XS/S is large screwed a small M etc... Because you can adjust with the Umschrauben of the Heelcups this 2cm. Who has a normal soft boot, for the Sparkbindungen fall out large.
<- L = Binding LARGE put
-> S = Binding SMALL set