Plums Guide in the petite DIN version. Designed for the smaller bodied shredders out there. The Guide 7 has all the same features of the normal Guide. Such as the easy step in and triple heel heights, all with a single 7075 aluminum piece for both toe and heel. This creates a lot less moving parts and gives you the durability you need in a binding.
The big difference in the XS binding is the fact the DIN can be adjusted between 3.5 and 7 respectively. This means the Guide can provide a safe release for riders between the weights of 77lbs. and 150lbs. This makes the Guide 7 ideal for smaller body individuals who like to ski far and hard.
The Guide 7 can be mounted with or without brakes, the bonus of going brakeless, provides a quicker transition from uphill to downhill. While the brakes will provide added security so your planks don't run away down to the valley floor, leaving you one less ski and one hard time to find your way down.
|Release Value||3.5 to 7|
|Brake Width||85mm, 95mm, 105mm, 115mm|
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
My son wanted to join me for uphilling after the resorts closed this past spring. I went to Cripple Creek and Jewel helped me pick out a kid's setup, which has been perfect so far. The Plum bindings are really easy to use, even though they don't have heel riser that flip over like mine do. It's really easy for him to reach down and twist them, and he uses the middle platform most often. He likes the purple color a lot - they match his turquoise boots :) Not much else to say, but if you want bindings that are easy to use, work great and have easier releasability for kids or small adults, then these bindings will work for you!