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G3 Ion Operating Guide

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Touring:

  • Rotate either way just past 90 degrees until is catches in place
  • Press or step on the brake pad to lock brakes up
  • Open toe unit jaws by pressing down on toe lever
  • Bump the front of your boot to the plastic alignment towers and press down to engage the front pins
  • Lock the toe by pulling up on the toe lever all the way up through ratcheting clicks 
  • Flip two heel risers forward as need for added climbing height

Skiing:

  • Rotate heel unit so that rear pins face forward
  • Bump the front of your boot to the plastic alignment towers and press down to engage the front pins
  • Step down to engage rear pins
  • Press down on toe lever with ski pole to exit binding

Adjustment:

  • Boot sole adjustment of 22 mm, use posi drive #3 bit in lowest rear screw
  • Ensure it is adjusted with zero gap on the pins between the rear of the boot and the heel unit
  • Lateral release value is adjustable using posi drive #3 screwdriver in the big round dial center of the heel unit. Align the edge of this with the desired release value inside the release indicator window
  • Forward release value is adjustable using posi drive #3 in the top rear of the heel unit. Align the indicator on the top with the desired release value

Binding Specifics:

  • Heel unit has rearward travel for flexing skis, no gap between the rear of the boot and heel unit.
  • The heel tower is symmetrical and can be turned either way for touring mode
  • Snow and ice buildup is easier to clear on the G3 bindings due to higher and more open toe piece
  • Small plastic plate the the heel risers hinge on can feel. Keep an eye here or notice when risers flap freely. Not a safety concern.