Forums Bindings Hardboot/Dynafit Befuddlement! Help! Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) Author Posts November 17, 2011 at 12:49 am #575643 LizDee 69 Posts Hello all! I’m wondering how the hardboot and dynafit set-up work. Do you have to have a full set of dynafit bindings for riding down then just a dynafit toe pieces and risers for going up? And the adaptors are just so you won’t have to make any more holes in the board right? I’d love to see some pictures of your set-ups so I can get a clearer picture of what’s up wit dat! Thanks! November 17, 2011 at 7:11 pm #646814 ale_capone 864 Posts Hey Liz.. toe pieces only mounted on the board. with AT type climbing bars of your choice. the binding you carry up in your pack are volie slider plates, with non releasable hard boot bindings. I found a couple paris of old burton race plates, but voile, and a few other companies make them. I used teh voiles for a while befoer these. November 18, 2011 at 2:21 am #646815 Sog-Nar 24 Posts Here are a couple of pictures of my board, that may help clarify your confusion. And a close up. Hope these help. November 18, 2011 at 6:07 pm #646817 hyzerbomber 46 Posts If you mount the heel of the dynafit binding you have the ability of locking down the heel but more important is 2 lift options that you can adjust with your ski pole and not have to do a yoga pose to engage 🙂 viewtopic.php?f=11&t=6843 Above is a link where my self and another have taken the full plunge. :bananas: I have ski’d the system a couple of times and it’s nice to lock the heel for steep side stepping in a pinch, or keeping up with my rondo/tele buddies on yo-yo pitches that do not warrant a full skin-to-board transition. Hope this helps too. (( Donek Hazelwood )) • Solid / Custom / 173 Length / 28.9 Waist / CATEK (( Donek Hazelwood )) • Split / Custom / 173 Length / 28.9 Waist / Spark Dyno DH / Phantom Rocket Risers / SpeedTurn Toes&Heels November 18, 2011 at 6:53 pm #646818 Powder_Rider 498 Posts Dynafits helps improve in skiing and touring. Touring comfort is further improved by using an AT boot that flexes under the ball of the foot. AT boots like the Dynafit TLT-5 (see Barrows’ post on these boots), the Scarpa F3 and the Scarpa F1 race boot. November 20, 2011 at 4:08 am #646819 LizDee 69 Posts Sweet, thanks guys! It all makes sense now. This will be my goal as soon as I can afford it. Ski patrol isn’t really payin the bills but at least I have some pro deals. Have a great season doods! :rock: It’s dumping!!!!!! November 20, 2011 at 6:05 am #646820 chrisNZ 304 Posts Nooo dnt dooo it liz! just kill it in softboots. Do you ride split patrolling? November 23, 2011 at 3:18 am #646816 LizDee 69 Posts Just a thought really… Soft boots gave me achilles tendonitis last year. I got some new intuition liners and insoles for my soft boots, so hopefully that helps. December 19, 2011 at 6:03 am #646821 wasatch surf 979 Posts @chrisNZ wrote: Nooo dnt dooo it liz! just kill it in softboots. Do you ride split patrolling? don’t listen to this. upgrade to the dyna-split setup and be stoked. so much better for touring. skinning in a rigid bulky snowboard binding is lame not sure why people want to do that :scratch: . the ride down in hardboots is just about as good as in soft boots. December 20, 2011 at 6:58 am #646822 barrows 1490 Posts Liz. Highly recommended. Go for the TLT5 boots, and see the threads on these forums for mod ideas. With a little work you can get these boots to flex as well, or better, than any soft boot. Additionally, of course, you will have much better touring performance and climbing performance than any soft set up, and lighter weight. Like any boot, you will need to get a good fit to avoid any problems-custom footbeds, and a properly molded liner is key. I hope that you can avoid the tendon issues which you encountered last season, certainly a well set up hard boot system can help. December 20, 2011 at 2:53 pm #646823 norriegga 25 Posts I support the positive comments regarding AT boots for splitting…though my TLT4s (circa 2002) can hardly be classed as a “hard” boot. They are probably softer than my Burton Driver Xs (marginally). I have chronic foot problems in soft boots. The top foot pressure needed to keep my heel glued in causes my foot to lose feeling within minutes. Soon after the sharp pain begins…and it’s excruciating. The key to comfort with my set up is 4 degrees of canting on each foot, toward the centre of the board. I placed cants between the Voile slider and Bomber splitboard bindings. I first tried this between the Voile puck and the board, but on my first run down a 6mm binding/puck screw broke off in my board. The Plate-Binding placement has been bomber for three years…and will probably last me another 10 or so as long as I am diligent and keeping the bolts tight. December 20, 2011 at 9:51 pm #646824 barrows 1490 Posts I run 2.5 degree inward cants, mostly to offset the opposite cant built into the shaft of the TLT5s. I also run a few MMs of heel lift on the back foot, and find that this gets my rear knee right where it needs to be in a neutral stance. Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total) You must be logged in to reply to this topic.