22 Designs Axl Telemark Binding

22 Designs Axl Telemark Binding

Snap into the Twenty-Two Designs Axl Bindings and carve with confidence at the resort and in the backcountry. The Axl gives you the legendary stiffness and adjustability of the Hammerhead and adds a free-pivot...Read More

Bottom Line: The legendary performance of the Hammerhead, plus a new level of versatility and durability.

  • $287.95

    Regularly: $319.95

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REVIEWS

  • Can I get five more stars?

    Seriously, these bindings are the best thing to happen to telemark skiing since the Hammerhead. 22 Designs delivers again! Everything about the company, or rather, the two Teton Valley homies who make ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • Not all that much of a touring binding

    Sure its a lot better then touring with a Hammerhead but put up against a Voile Switchback X2 this thing feels like a brick, its not the over all weight that kills each stride its the fact that when in ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • ÿÿ¤w?

    Anybody who thinks spending the extra $100 to give your tele bindings a free-pivot touring mode isn't worth it...clearly has never used them before. My ONLY gripe against these bindings is that the plastic ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • Hammerhead mounting plates

    22Designs used to sell mounting plates for skis with inserts (K2) and as a spare ski kit so you could easily swap your bindings among your quiver. They kind of dropped the ball with the Axls: although ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • Performance

    I've been on the O1 for the past several years and last season was my first go with the AXL. Wow, these bindings are high performance! They feel much more active than the O1 and let you rally the tele ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • What about the weight?

    I'm kinda bummed that all the new gear is so heavy. The AXL sounds great, but at 4 pounds, that's like an old alpine binding I went away from years ago. I'm tempted to try the Lite Dogs on a light, but ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • Can I get five more stars?

    Seriously, these bindings are the best thing to happen to telemark skiing since the Hammerhead. 22 Designs delivers again! Everything about the company, or rather, the two Teton Valley homies who make ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • Not all that much of a touring binding

    Sure its a lot better then touring with a Hammerhead but put up against a Voile Switchback X2 this thing feels like a brick, its not the over all weight that kills each stride its the fact that when in ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • ÿÿ¤w?

    Anybody who thinks spending the extra $100 to give your tele bindings a free-pivot touring mode isn't worth it...clearly has never used them before. My ONLY gripe against these bindings is that the plastic ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • Hammerhead mounting plates

    22Designs used to sell mounting plates for skis with inserts (K2) and as a spare ski kit so you could easily swap your bindings among your quiver. They kind of dropped the ball with the Axls: although ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • Performance

    I've been on the O1 for the past several years and last season was my first go with the AXL. Wow, these bindings are high performance! They feel much more active than the O1 and let you rally the tele ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

  • What about the weight?

    I'm kinda bummed that all the new gear is so heavy. The AXL sounds great, but at 4 pounds, that's like an old alpine binding I went away from years ago. I'm tempted to try the Lite Dogs on a light, but ...Read More

    April 24th, 2014 | Review by Guest

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