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Scarpa Phantom Guide approach binding?
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Dec 9, 2012
Yo MP,

I'm looking to outfit skis with ice boot compatible bindings for backcountry approaches. Anybody have ideas?

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Dec 9, 2012
Silveretta. jon jugenheimer
From Madison
Joined Apr 24, 2006
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Dec 9, 2012
Me eating a cliff bar walking back from Frankenste...
+1 on Silveretta.

Have you tried to ski on ice boots? If not GOOD LUCK! Haha..

one word "splitboard"
Bill Kirby
From Baltimore Maryland
Joined Jul 21, 2012
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Dec 9, 2012
Sleeping on top of Washington column after climbin...
how is splitboarding a better option than skiing for approaches?

Silvretta bindings are your only real option. Act quick because they aren't made anymore and they are/will be harder to find very soon.
clint helander
From anchorage, alaska
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Dec 9, 2012
These are a bit heavier than other more modern options, but I've found them on ebay for $25 and turned some others on to them over the years. Bryan Gilmore
From Your Mama
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Dec 10, 2012
The expensive but lighter option is dyna tlt5 boots and dyna bindings. U will save 2lbs or more over a silvy set up and you will be able to ski to boot. And a according to cold thistle they climb pretty well too. harpo-the-climber
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