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Head AMBITION 12 MN w/o Brake

Head AMBITION 12 MN w/o Brake
  • Color: Solid Black
$399.00
Color:
Solid Black
Size:
One Size
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The Ambition 12 MN features the benefits of innovative climbing technology, a natural ski flex, plus proven TYROLIA safety features and downhill performance.

The Ambition 12 MN is a world-class alpine touring binding with innovative climbing technology, natural ski flex and proven TYROLIA downhill performance. The binding features the AT Toe, which can be easily adjusted to adult Alpine (ISO 5355 TYPE A), adult Walk (ISO 23223 TYPE A) and all Touring ski boots (ISO 9523), plus a 65 mm wide mechanical Anti Friction Gliding Element to provide constant release values. The binding also has a unique lightweight telescopic tube that allows exact centering of the binding on the ski by adjusting it to the appropriate boot sole length before mounting. The state-of-the-art climbing aid (0°/5°/10°/15°) is positioned as close as possible to the Alpine Touring heel, providing better walking balance and effortless climbing in all conditions. Its low stand height of only 38 mm improves stability and offers a confident stance. In short, this touring binding allows a ski to flex naturally, provides constant release values and all the safety and downhill performance expected of a high-end TYROLIA binding. For boot soles from 260 mm to 350 mm.

- Brakes not included
- Stand Height: 38mm
- DIN: 4 - 12
- Weight: 1810g

Technologies:
- Gripwalk: Accommodates all adult Alpine (ISO 5355 TYPE A) and Walk ski boots (ISO 23223 TYPE A). The height of the AFD needs to be adjusted to the ski boot sole height. Optimal height shall be tested with the boot height adjustment tester.
- MN Technology: Accommodates adult Alpine (ISO 5355 TYPE A), adult Walk (ISO 23223 TYPE A) and all Touring (ISO 9523) ski boots. The height of the AFD needs to be adjusted to the ski boot sole height. Optimal height shall be tested with the boot height adjustment tester.

Understanding boot and binding compatibility can be complicated. Alpine or Alpine Touring? ISO what?

With multiple boot/binding standards designed for different applications and skier types, finding the right gear requires more knowledge and expertise than ever before.

Contact us to navigate your options and discover what's right for you.

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