New for 2022 the Tecton 13 2023 the impresses the powder fan not only with the best downhill performance. On the steepest slopes, it gives a secure hold and only releases when it really has to. It is just as strong on the ascent. The light weight and easy operation make all powder slopes effortlessly accessible.
Standard brake width 100mm. Optional brake widths 90mm, 110mm and 120mm. Please specify brake size with your order.
Free Touring beyond limits: The exceptional alpine heel with rail is responsible for the direct power transmission from boot to ski, similar to an Alpine binding. Easy and intuitive to use.
In the back, where the forces are highest, the Tecton remains as stable and precise as an alpine binding. The hold-down system with a non-turning alpine heel jaw and the rail transmits the power directly from the boot to the ski without any loss. The right mix of light high-tech synthetics and high-quality metal alloys provides superior stability at a low weight (only 550 g / unit).
The boot remains fixed
As an absolute exclusivity, the rail in the alpine heel engages in the back of the boot, secures it in the center and prevents a loss of power.
Heel unit remains laterally stable
Due to the solid, non-turning heel the power flow, unlike other pin bindings, is not interrupted by a rotating movement when the skis turn.
Direct contact boot-binding-ski
The alpine heel jaw is pressing the sole of the boot firmly against the heel plate, which is directly connected with the ski, and provides consistent direct traction.
Lateral release where it belongs for optimal performance
The pin binding with lateral release and DIN setting at the toe, where the lateral forces are acting in the event of a fall.
Releasing only if necessary
The long dynamic travel of 13 mm for the toe-cap prevents an unwanted release and cushions any lateral impact.
Immediate release of the boot with front release
After the release of the heel, the boot tips forward. Due to the pressure of the front of the boot on the Release Lever, the boot is also immediately released by the toe unit.
Solid support while climbing and safety in an emergency
The boot is fixed and held in the middle, but the binding will release in response to high active forces.
Clamping systems must be blocked while climbing to ensure stability
The tip of the boot is optimally positioned by means of a solid stop in front and a positioning guide. Responding to slight pressure, the system closes with the pin levers engaging precisely in the inserts.
The sequence of movements is comparable with that of an alpine binding.
Easy operation means more than comfort
Switching from downhill to uphill mode and vice versa is very simple without having to step out of the binding. The three ergonomically walk mode levels can also be changed in no time with a pole
Only 550 g per unit
The right mix of light high-tech synthetics and high-quality metal alloys provides superior stability at a low weight.
- DIN: 5-13
- Weight: 550g without brake
- Options standard ski brakes for ski widths: 90 / 100 / 110 / 120 mm (80 g / unit)
SWISS MADE – from concept to product
Ninety-nine percent of the components are made in Switzerland and assembled into high-quality products in Reichenbach.