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The Tyrolia Attack 13 GW is one of Powder7's most popular bindings. A go-to amongst Powder7 followers and staffers alike, the Attack is relatively lightweight and extremely easy to step into. It's all-mountain capabilities make it the perfect companion for skiing the entire resort. Often compared with the Marker Griffon, another Powder7 favorite, the Attack 13 GW is compatible with alpine and GripWalk soles, where the Griffon 13 ID is compatible with all ISO standards. Another key difference is that the Attack is easier to step into, while the Griffon has more downward pressure. If you're looking for a binding that keeps you safe while also keeping performance high, look no further than the Tyrolia Attack 13 GW.
Q: I’m looking to fit this binging with a pair of 96 Elan Ripsticks. I’m guessing the correct size is the 110mm but wanted to confirm. Thanks so much! From Steve - November 2020
A: Thanks for checking in with us about the break size you would need to order for the Elan Ripstick 96! Actually, because this ski is 96mm underfoot, you would only need a 95mm break width in the Tyrolia Attack 13 binding for these skis. While it may seem a little confusing, breaks can actually be stretched a few millimeters to accommodate slightly wider skis. I hope this helps! Please feel free to let us know if you have any other questions.
By Samantha B
Q: I use an Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD boot for touring and resort skiing. I want to make sure that the Tyrolia Attack 13 GW binding is fully Multi Norm Certified. I believe the Attack 11 is not compatible with this boot. From David - February 2021
A: Thanks for reaching out to us! So the Tyrolia Attack 13 would fit your boot as long as it has a GripWalk sole, which I believe it does. But this is not a hybrid binding. So if you are going downhill at the resort it would work fine, but this binding would not work for skinning uphill. If you are looking for a true crossover binding to go up and downhill, I would recommend the Salomon Shift MNC 13 (https://www.powder7.com/Salomon-Shift-MNC-13-Ski-Bindings/sale) or the Marker Kingpin 13 (https://www.powder7.com/Marker-Kingpin-13-Ski-Bindings/sale). Let me know if you have any other questions!
By Sara I
Q: My skis are 100mm wide. What brake size do I need? From Morgan - October 2021
A: The 95mm brake would be the best fit for a ski that has a waist width of 100mm. Brakes can typically stretch up to about 8mm, and you generally don't want more than about 12mm of overhang. The key to choosing to a brake size is to get it as close as possible to the width of the ski underfoot.
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Click here for ski binding DIN Chart & Calculator. DIN is a scale of the force required for a binding to release. The lower a DIN number, the easier a binding releases; the higher the DIN number, the harder it is for a binding to release.
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We are happy to combine shipping and will ship the 2nd set for free.
Yes, email or call us and we will be happy to recommend a pair of skis based on your ability level, preferred terrain and other factors.
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The skis we sell are in working condition when we get them but if you somehow receive a pair that has a problem then we will offer a full refund. We cannot offer a warranty beyond this.
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