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Performance Touring

ION 10

Regular price $539.00 USD

UPDATED for 2017/2018 with a new BootStop design that is lighter and simpler with fewer moving parts.

Who: Ski touring enthusiasts

What: The most accessible ION - the same renowned feature set as the ION 12, with a lower Release Value of 4 – 10

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The most accessible ION.

Same renowned feature set as the ION 12, with a lower Release Value 4 – 10. Now you can pick the ION that best matches your skiing! Otherwise it's the same lightweight, high-performance touring binding weighing in at only 585 g (1 lb 4.6 oz) per binding.

Features

  • Optimal Energy Absorption = Maximized energy absorption. Minimized pre-releases.
  • Forward Pressure = Maintains consistent release values in landings and compressions.
  • Step-In Guidance = Quick, easy & consistent step-in.
  • QuickFlick Heel Lifts = Easy to grab with pole or hand.
  • User Friendly Heel Rotation = Turn heel in either direction to lock for touring with either hand.
  • Single Tool = Pozi Drive #3 for all mounts and adjustments. No heel spacer needed.
  • Snow Clearing Channel = Prevents snow buildup, avoids unwanted pre-releases.
  • Powerful, Dependable Brake = Fully retracting spring-loaded brake. Reassuring step-in.
  • Heel AFD = Consistent release for all boots, independent of sole type.

Specifications

Size

Brake Options: 85 / 100 / 115 / 130 mm

Weight (single)

585 g / 1 lb 4.6 oz

Release Value

4 - 10

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Questions & Answers

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  • What is the better binding for example the ION 10 or 12? I'm looking at buying the best backcountry touring binding. Regards, Graeme

    Hi Graeme, 

    That is a good question! Both bindings are great for backcountry touring the ION 10 is a good binding for a lighter person or someone who skis more conservatively. While the ION 12 is a great binding for heavier skiers who like to push their bindings harder. They function to same way and both have the same care and reowned features, the main difference comes from their release values.   

  • What brake width is best for the findr 102? Can I use 100s and bend them so I don't get too much overhang?

    Hi  I would recommendt the 100mm brake, if you need to then you can gently bend the brakes to clear your ski.  Cheers

  • I am currently skiing on a ski with a 105mm underfoot. What size brake width would you recommend in a situation like this?

    Hi,
    Thank you for your inquiry. We recommend using 105mm crampons for skis up to 105mm. I would recommend you measure your actual waist size of your ski since there is variences in actual measurements vs posted numbers.  Thank you

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