Pros and cons.
Tyrolia's AAAdrenalin Brake might add a few ounces to your backcountry setup (and hauling yourself up a hill is already enough weight), but it also prevents your skis from careening down the mountain after you botch the first turn of the run.
- Ski brakes for Tyrolia's AAAdrenalin 16
- Q & A
i had to review this to not lose my employee discount
IMPORTANT FOR COMPATIBILITY
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Great setup with the AAAdrenalin 13 bindings (HEA003R), however, if you're pairing this brake with this specific binding, offered in Short or Long, you must have the "F" version of this brake (typically, it's stamped on the box) and not the "B" version (the B version does not seat itself perfectly into place w/the Short and Long binding). Here's a link to this info on Tyrolia's website: https://www.tyrolia.com/shop/us-US/brake-f-110mm.html. Ask a Gearhead for assistance if you have questions or would like to ensure you're getting the right brake.
Are these compatible with the AAAdrenalin 16 that call for Tyrolia brake code [B]?
Yes they should work fine for that binding
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Havnt broken this brake yet and keeps the ski from flying down the hill so I have no complaints!