The Tectons combine a pin toe with an alpine-style heel lock. The step in is easy, and the power transfer when skiing downhill is excellent. They feel very similar to an alpine binding -- and at a lower weight than the popular Shifts.
Get great downhill performance in a package that is half a pound lighter than the Shifts.
A great mid-weight puffy at an approachable price point. Probably just as good as the ones that cost twice as much with cooler logos.
Cuts things, I expect. But with that Damascus steel style.
Built with 13 kilometers of copper. Because disease, I guess. Also marketing.
Let's be honest, it's looking like we'll be spending a lot more time on the couch this winter.
This jacket from Houdini is not only more sustainable than most, they also open-sourced the fabric.