Now we get to the crux of building your own DIY TTS binding — the cable system. Being satisfied with the downhill performance of a tele tech binding is determined by:
- Position of the cable pivot (distance behind 2-pin line)
- Connection to the boot (real heel or 2nd heel)
- Springs used (stiffness and travel distance)
Real or 2nd Heel?
In the realm of tele turns, the main difference between hooking a spring-loaded cable to the 2nd heel (the duckbutt) or the real heel is the amount of tip pressure it creates . . .
This content is restricted to subscribers. If you want to access it, please support Telemark Skier!