A well known system which relies on a nylon speed lever at the rear and a stainless steel front bale to hold the booth.
The plastic harness system is hinged from two front posts which retain the boot securely even if it has a shallow, worn front welt or overboots are being used.
Both front and rear plastic harnesses are hinged from their respective retention posts and may be "opened" to facilitate attachment to the boot, then closed securely once the boot is inside.
Innovative system where the front bail can be used both in automatic and semi-automatic configuration. Furthermore, its construction improves the fit on the toe part of modern boots. Speed lever at the rear.
The front binding fits modern plastic ski touring boots and it is not guaranteed for traditional mountain boots.
Available on Grivel Haute Route crampons.
The Ski Matic 2.0 binding, by closing on the front part, solves the problem to fit modern ski boots, where the rear regulation systems of the boots interfere with the closure of the crampon. The front binding fits modern plastic ski touring boots and it is not guaranteed for traditional mountain boots.