New: As Light Speed with Locking Touring Braket.
YOU ASKED FOR IT and we delivered. New for 16-17, we are very excited to unveil the all-new Speed Rail Binding for splitboards. And now also as Speed Light.
|Modell Standard||Modell Locking|
It shares a lot of similarities to our existing Light Rail Binding–namely simplicity and rugged durability.
However, the big news with Speed Rail is the absence of a slider pin!
That's right. No more fiddling with pins and clips with this baby. Upward-facing, totally-bomber hooks create the fore ends of the 7075-T6 aluminum rails of the binding's slider track. In touring mode, these inverted hooks grip around a full-width, solid axle and provide an optimal, free-pivot action while climbing. When you're ready to ride, slide everything across some Voilé pucks and clamp down the rear latch plate.
Expect the same 6061-T6 baseplate, easy puck access, fully-adjustable heel cup, and other bomber features of the Light Rail in a more rider friendly package.
- Dual Climbing Heels
- Heel Lockdown
- Speed Rail Touring Bracket
- Ride-N-Stride Highback
Scope of delivery: complete but without pucks
|1,54 kg size:M||0,60 kg||PUCK||110 €|
|Heel Locker||Solid |
|399 € / 429 €||Pucks (65 - 85 €)||✓ 0 € incl.||✓ 105 €|
|✪✪✪||✪✪||soft/hard||loose / fix = both|
|Construction method / weight:||light weight|
|Rebuilding technology:||without split pin / on PUCKS|
|Crampon mode:||beides möglich|
|Binding-size:||M (EU 40 - 44), L (EU ab 44)|
Leichtes Handling, sehr schneller umbau!
|Boot Size||EU < 40||EU 39 - 44||EU >44|
|Weight(lbs/kg)/Pair||3lbs 8oz/1.59kg||3lbs 8oz/1.59kg||3lbs 8oz/1.59kg|
|Base Plate Material||6061-T6 Tempered||6061-T6 Tempered||6061-T6 Tempered|
|Rail Material||7075-T6 Tempered||7075-T6 Tempered||7075-T6 Tempered|
The Speedrail has proven itself since the winter of 16/17. The mechanism is reliable, the handling is as easy as usual and it replaces the Speed Rail, because too many people found the cotter pin annoying. In winter 20/21 it will be updated to the Light Speed version. It is the same binding, but the touring bracket as axle is replaced by a locking mechanism.
I think the Speed Rail or Light Speed binding has not received much attention over the last years. It is a cheap and full-value alternative to a Spark binding. In the Light Speed version with the Locking even the handling is 1:1.