Tyrolia Attack 13 Black

Tyrolia Attack 13 Black
Tyrolia Attack 13 Black/White

Tyrolia Attack 13

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Great all round bindings

The special Freeride Pro Toe with its horizontal spring reflects the modern architecture of the entire Tyrolia AAA-Series. Furthermore, it includes a super secure 77 mm metal friction device (AFD Metal), which can be adjusted for all types of alpine boots (Type A only). The Tyrolia AAAttack 13 and AAAttack 12 models feature a solid
construction, reduced weight and a modified heel, which puts this model in a category of its own.

Attack binding models are available in three different DIN settings (Tyrolia AAAttack 16, 13 and 12). In regard to its clear design and its compact measurement, the AAAttack model can be ideally used on ski widths from 80 mm and wider.

The AAAttack 13 features a solid construction, reduced weight and a new designed Heel, which brings this model to a new level.

Tech Spec

Brand Tyrolia
Binding type Freeski

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Posted by Dominic on Monday, 16 November 2015


I am skiing a Nordica Patron 113mm underfoot. What's my best option? bending the 110mm brake or using a much wider brake, feel it will be too wide at 130mm, might catch when in switch etc....


  • Posted by John Sturgess on Monday, 16 November 2015

    Good Evening Dominic,

    Thanks for your enquiry about the Attack bindings and appropriate brake widths.  These brakes have come in varying widths over the last few years and that in itself is confusing because the 110's seem to be wider than the 115's and the 130's in some instances only a fraction narrower than the 150mm ones!

    We have some Patron's in the shop so will offer a few up to these to find your best option when we get into the shop in the morning and get back to you.


    Kind regards


    John and Team at Snowfit

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