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Tyrolia Attack 13 heel issue

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hey! Sorry for any language issues, English isn't my native language and I dont know all the right terminology

I work in a ski shop and this winter ive had 2 people come in with a very weird issue with this binding which ive never seen before. Both skis/bindings were new so probably last or this years model.

The problem that occurs is that the boot isnt properly secured to the heel plate behind the ski brake. The issue seems to be that the ski brake isn't properly pushed down or "folded" into place, so the ski brake is pushing the heel of the boot upwards. The back plate is supposed to be flush with the ski brake so that the boot touches both, but in both instances the brake pushed the boot up like 3-4mm.

One of the skiers was a park kid but the other was a mom that had only used them a couple of days in the beginners slope. For both of them it only happened on one ski.

I dont have that brake in stock so couldn't test it with a new one so I really couldn't do much.

Im gonna contact Tyrolia and see what they say but im curious if anyone recognizes this problem Puzzled

Have a good day Madeye-Smiley
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Welcome to the Forum..

Like a lot of Scandinavians your English is perfect!! Smile

As to your question -- I doubt many people on here would have come across this.

SpyderJon is our resident expert, he may comment..
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
There are millions of English people that cannot write English as good as you do Very Happy l have the same bindings but older. I will have a look at mine.
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