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22 DESIGNS OUTLAW BINDING NTN

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RRP: $649.95

Now: $379.00

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Quick Overview

Introducing the OUTLAW, an NTN binding built the 22 Designs way - sweet flex, copious spring travel, rugged steel construction, blazing up and downhill performance.  Plus step-in for a quick get away.

This NTN binding is only compatible with NTN boots.

 

22 DESIGNS OUTLAW BINDING NTN

Details

Introducing the OUTLAW, an NTN binding built the 22 Designs way - sweet flex, copious spring travel, rugged steel construction, blazing up and downhill performance.  Plus step-in for a quick get away.

An underfoot spring steel plate allows a lively flex without sacrificing lateral rigidity.  A single long spring provides smooth travel, and an easy preload adjustment makes it easy to find the sweet spot.

Built in the USA with stainless steel, machined aluminum, and premium plastics, the Outlaw is built to last, and the 6 hole mounting pattern will keep it solid on your ski.

Borrowing proven touring technology from the Axl, the Outlaw delivers true free-pivot performance. With a true step-in and pole activated release, the Outlaw is always ready to run.

The Outlaw can release laterally, although it's not guaranteed.  The Outlaw is not a DIN-certified releasable binding.  Ski at your own risk.

• Easy step-in, easy exit
• Instant flex engagement
• 50 degrees of resistance-free touring
• Industrial strength main die spring
• Preload adjustable from 1 to 5
• Spring-loaded climbing bail
• NTN compatible in two sizes
• Toepiece height: 1.1” at rear with 3 degree ramp
• Weight including climbers: 1670g

Compatibility: Fits Crispi (or Scarpa) NTN boots size 26.5 and up.

Additional Information

Brand 22 DESIGNS
SkiBindings
 

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