It has been five years now since Meidjo was first introduced to the world. At the time it was the first telemark binding to merge the New Telemark Norm with a 2-pin low-tech toe. It blended the efficiency of the Telemark Tech System (TTS®) with the control of the NTN connection. Out of the gate everything needed to be polished with v1.x. The second version came pretty quickly, but v2.1 didn't arrive until late 2017. It's had two years of abuse in the field now and it finally works, more than less, as originally claimed.
Why le Meidjo Rocks
What rocks with Meidjo is the step-in function, especially the toe pins, the lateral safety release, the touring (duh), ski brakes and crampons; but most importantly the downhill thrill because Meidjo makes smooth tele tracks that turn on fast with precise lateral control.
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