M ISPO 2014, Munich, Part 3

by Matthew Pullan (editorial assistance from Roger Caffin)

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By now you must be itching to know more about those ski bindings you saw in Part 1 and Part 2. Let’s start with the lightest of the light. Dynafit are a dedicated ski-mountaineering manufacturer and rarely disappoint when it comes to no-compromise ultra-lightweight skiing gear. At ISPO 2014 Dynafit was celebrating the 30th anniversary of the ‘Low Tech Frameless Binding’ along with their long-term partnership with its inventor Fritz Barthel. They also announced a new partnership with well-known ski mountaineering developer Pierre Gignoux. Pierre has worked exclusively with carbon fiber since 2006 and will work alongside Dynafit to produce the ‘Dynafit by Pierre Gignoux’ race line. The first offerings from the new line are pictured below.

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