Binding Manuals and Templates
Technical Specification Comparison Charts:
Binding User's Guides and Mounting Instructions:
The templates are designed for A4 paper (not 8.5 x 11), so choose the A4 setting on your printer. (Even if you don’t have A4 paper.) After printing, double check the dimensions with a ruler.
Where can I get my bindings mounted?
We are still rather "boutique" in the U.S, but there are an increasing number of shops where you can get Hagan bindings mounted. Shops that have the Hagan mounting jig and links to the mounting templates are here.
I try to keep this list current, so if you learn of and are happy with another shop that mounts Hagan bindings, please let me know so I can add them.
Distinguishing Features of Hagan Bindings:
Click here for a discussion of the distinguishing and differentiating features of the Core 12 EVO, Boost 12, Pin Up 8 and 10, and Pure 8 and 10 bindings.
- Pure 8 and Pure 10 - lightest and cheapest.
- Pin Up 8 and 10 EVO - brake system is easier and you can't forget to release them for the descent.
- Core 12 Pro EVO - higher release range and fancier toes than the Pin Ups.
- Boost 12 - easiest operation of all and brakes always release, even while climbing and in transitions.
- Ultra World Cup - specialty super light race and light touring binding.
- Grom 5 - specialty kid's binding. Low cost, easy to use.
- X-Trace Pivot - specialty universal nordic backcountry binding.