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The ZR binding is the perfect complement to the Hagan Race and Ultra skis. Or pair the ZR with the narrower Chimera and Y-Series skis for the ultimate lightweight backcountry skiing set up.
The ZR is a ski mountaineering race binding with an ultra light weight of only 117 grams. It features easy locking and unlocking of the toe piece via a polymer wheel bearing. The toe piece automatically snaps into a "semi-locked" position upon step in — the semi-locked position is strong enough to avoid release in less technical climbs and the auto feature saves a few valuable seconds in transition. The toe can be manually fully locked when desired.
A hardened titanium alloy on the rear fork pins reduces wear and step in force. The ZR includes crampon mounting points. (File them off if you want to save 4 grams! 😀) Lightweight aluminum crampons are available in 75 and 91mm widths. 30mm and 60mm adjustment plates are also available. For inbound use, a lightweight ski brake (easily removable and reinstall-able) is also available.The Hagan ZR Race binding is the ideal complement to the new for 2107 Hagan Race and our other lightweight skis. Ultra lightweight and durable for racing. The Hagan ZR is the most popular race (and light touring) binding in America because it perfectly embodies Hagan's prime values: durability, performance, ease of use and value.
"Flat mode" can be enabled by mounting the heel piece 5 to 5.5 millimeters behind the boot heel instead of the standard 4 millimeters. The rotary release uses a ball and spring mechanism. When mounted, the ball and spring are retained by the ski surface when rotated. Rotated unmounted, the ball and spring will go flying out and a long search may ensue.
Check and adjust the tightness of the Heel Pin Cover System periodically! Heel Pin Cover Plate rotation needs to be sufficiently tight so that the plate stays in place, either fully closed (uphill mode) or fully open (downhill mode). Adjust the tightness of the cover plate with a #10 Torx wrench. If the plate is too loose, it can rotate into a upright position, and subsequently break when a boot steps down on it.
Heel pin cover plate breakage is not covered under warranty, because it is preventable with simple regular maintenance, but we provide replacement cover plates at low cost.