Here is a recent conversation that started asking how the Hagan Off Limits compares to the Altai Hok (no comparison). In the last paragraph there is a question about sand skiing with the Hagan X-Trace Pivot binding.
There are many places to get Hagan Ultra World Cup, Pure 8, Pure 10 and Core 12 Pro bindings mounted. But because we are still a small, mainstream brand, not as many as the big brands. Here are some known shops that have our mounting jig:
The Ultra 65 is a proven 100% race ski with super edge grip for consistent carving. HAGAN's proprietary micro-ABS sidewalls mean superior durability, dampening and vibration filtering for superior downhill performance. No other race ski has it. Even at the highest speed and ultimate edge angles this incredibly light ski dices its way securely through the snow. The edge grip is brutally good, the entire ski dynamic and full of spark.
I don't read French (my German is fair), but I know how to use web translators. According to the inter web, this is what the French Montagnes Magazine said about the Hagan Boost 94: (excerpts, click the link below to read the entire review in French)
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The Super Grip is quite different from normal crampons, including our own crampons. The Super Grip has a much larger surface contact area, but is not as deep. It is also “universal” in that it will work with almost any bindings, and any skis up to 100mm wide. The Super Grip crampon has many uses...
Last spring Blister Gear Reviews put some miles on theHagan Core 12 binding. Some of their thoughts: