Ski touring with safety and comfort.
Safe and easy – from the time you step in to the very last turn.
With Evo it’s not only much easier to step in, it’s also more comfortable and safer to ascend. Dynamic and safe skiing included, of course. User-friendly innovations, such as the solid stop for easy step-in, lateral release at the toe, practical handling and the stable, non-turning heel unit make every ski tour perfect.
All parts are manufactured in Switzerland and assembled into high-quality products in Reichenbach. After the assembly, every binding undergoes a meticulous quality control process, including a functional test.
Minimising the risk of injury.
In skiing, significant forces are acting on material and body. The prompt release based on the preset values, a defined release, and the prevention of unwanted releases help to reduce injuries to a minimum.
- Lateral front release with DIN setting and 13 mm elasticity
- Emergency release when climbing
Safety is well served:
Comfort is not a luxury in ski touring.
The easy step-in and the very simple handling provide security, especially in challenging terrain.
- New easy step-in
- Complete easy handling package
Power transmission made easy:
Precise and safe control of skis
Today’s touring skis and boots allow a considerably more dynamic style of skiing and the Vipec Evo is the right binding for this. Like alpine bindings, it is equipped with a solid non-turning heel and ensures in the back, where the highest forces are acting in downhill skiing, an optimal traction.
- Solid, non-turning heel
Weight and technical data:
The right mix of light high-tech synthetics and high-quality metal alloys provides superior stability at a low weight.
- DIN: 5 – 12
- Ski width: >70mm
- Weight: 500g / unit without ski brake
- Brake width options: 80/90/100/110 mm
- Brake weight: 80g per unit
Subject to technical changes
“Sitting somewhere between our lighter weight pin bindings and more burly free touring options, the Vipec Evo 12 makes a great binding for skiers who care equally about climbing and descending performance, and want that performs well in a variety of situations”