Stop before you drop.

Sure, you usually use a leash, but if you've ever seen a ski with a busted leash going mach 10 down a groomer before flying off a mogul into the great beyond, you might consider using the 22 Designs Outlaw X Brakes. Or imagine you're in the backcountry and that mogul is a cliff. If nothing else, the trek down to you ski should be enough to consider adding a little safety net to your telemark bindings.

  • Brakes designed to stop even your telemark skis
  • Available in 95, 110, and 125mm widths
  • 22 Designs was started in 2004 by a pair of tele skiers
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Light and durable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I highly recommend the 22 Designs Outlaw X! be sure to get the brake so that when you release the ski doesn't keep going (duh that's how breaks work)

They are a lighter binding than most NTN and they are extremely durable! Make the switch and you won't regret it.