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Olympus Mountain Gear - Telemark Tech Binding

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Olympus Mountain Gear - Telemark Tech Binding



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Lighter, stronger, and faster, the Telemark Tech System delivers unparalleled efficiency and downhill performance. Completely designed, manufactured and assembled in the US.

Please note: The Telemark Tech Binding requires a NTN-compatible telemark boot, such as the Scarpa TX Pro.


  • Instant Engagement: The Telemark Tech System® engages immediately upon lifting the heel off the ski, unlike traditional 75mm bindings which delay engagement until around 15 degrees of heel lift. Instant pressure during a telemark turn facilitates greater control and carving performance while improving skier balance.
  • Automatic Bellows Compression: The Telemark Tech System® automatically compresses the bellows first when doing a telemark turn. When weighted the ball of the foot remains in contact with the binding until the boot bellows fully compresses. One can continue driving the knee forward, deeper into a telemark turn as the boot sole lifts off the ski. Combined with widely spaced connecting blocks which also support the boot, the Telemark Tech System® delivers torsional rigidity far superior to traditional 75mm telemark bindings.
  • Full Range Free Pivot: The Telemark Tech System's full range free pivot allows a skier to kick and glide like no other telemark binding can. The pivot location beneath the toes provides a natural feel that allows you to lengthen your stride and experience a significant increase in climbing speed.


"The wave of the future for telemark touring bindings." - Backcountry Magazine

"The TTS binding is precise and powerful, with great edging." Earn Your Turns

"At roughly a pound per foot with plenty of turning power there is very little not to like." - Craig Dostie, Earn Your Turns

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