HEAD Adrenalin provides a level of skiing performance never before seen in an AT binding. Precise downhill control combined with ideal mechanics for easier walking provide better balance, more secure grip and the ultimate force transmission to make this voracious climber the binding of choice for AT aficionados. The HEAD Adrenalin is available in two lengths - SHORT for 270-330mm and LONG for 300-360mm.
FR Pro Toe
To Access All Areas, transition from skiing to hiking is incredibly fast, easy and convenient and can be done in every type of terrain without stepping out of the binding. Simply use the tip of the ski pole to move the highly visible, confidence-boosting Ascender Lock system to change between climbing and ski mode.
The exclusive IN-Control climbing aid can easily be operated with a ski pole and is clearly visible for the skier. It can be positioned in three angles (0, 7, 13 degrees) for optimal climbing position to match the mountain.
The newly developed Freeride (FR) Pro Toe with its special construction and horizontal spring provides an optimal and ergonomic center of rotation for ski touring. In the end, it provides effortless walking and climbing. Mechanical adjustment of the toe’s gliding element (AFS) and automatic adjustment of the heel allow adaptation to both alpine and touring boot sole norms.
The HEAD Adrenalin provides optimal stability and power transmission. Every attribute of our high-performance alpine ski bindings is present in this new backcountry Freeride binding. Furthermore, the ultra-wide 80mm heel track makes all the performance difference needed to take this product over the top. The heel can easily be adjusted to different boot sole lengths without any additional tool. It covers a wide range of ski boot sizes. The SHORT (S) model for ski boot sole length of 270-330mm
The platform of TYROLIA’s freeride binding provides the TYROLIA Freeflex function which allows the ski to flex as it is designed to do so it can retain its natural dynamics. Freeflex is enabled by the free gliding plate that runs within the titanal heel track and is supported by the center of rotation of the binding toe.