ZED Binding Brakes - Accessories - G3 Store [CAD]
ZED Binding Brakes - Accessories - G3 Store [CAD]
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ZED Binding Brakes

G3 Genuine Guide Gear®
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Regular price $105.00 Sale price $78.00
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Improved on previous versions with a stronger glass filled nylon material, more robust platform pin casing, and refined construction.

Compatible with both current and previous ZED models.

Set of 2 add-on brakes for any ZED binding. Easy installation or removal with a Pozi #3 screwdriver can be done at home, at the trailhead, or in the field.

Brakes will fit most skis up to 5mm above the stated width (Ex. An 85 mm brake will fit most skis up to 90mm width).

  • Sold as a pair
  • Compatible with both current and previous ZED models
  • Stronger glass filled nylon material
  • Robust platform pin casing
  • Refined construction
  • Easy installation or removal with a Pozi #3 screwdriver
  • Brakes will fit most skis up to 5mm above the stated width (Ex. An 85 mm brake will fit most skis up to 90mm width)

Tech Specs

Brake Width (mm): 85 mm 100 mm 115 mm 135 mm
Weight (kg): 83 g 85 g 87 g 88 g
Weight (lb): 2.9 oz 3.0 oz 3.1 oz 3.1 oz

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Customer Reviews

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Ron L.
Perfect pairing

Work seamlessly with the zed bindings. Wonderful system for backcountry or general ski use. Would highly recommend. Based on past reviews seems like the new model has fixed past issues.

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Marie G.
Great product, great service

All is good

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Rich M.
Zed binding

I switched from the Ion binding after years of usage guiding and skiing for myself to the Zed. Have been using them for around 3 winters now. Flawless performance, light weight but not too light and flimsy. Nice and low to the ski which is very important to me for stability and control with wider skis.
Love the Zed, have 5 prs mounted up.

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Sean K.

ZED Binding Brakes

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Serena P.
Difficult to install and failed twice on first tour

The brake installed easily onto the turret mounting. The plastic spring cover would not go in under the brake foot plate. It had to be deformed and shoved forcefully many times until it fit underneath. The plastic spring cover clicked into the metal forks on the brake but it was easy to knock back off. The whole brake assembly is loose and rattles around.

On the first tour, the plastic spring cover came out twice on transitions. Luckily there was not powder snow for it to get lost in! The brake also would not lock up twice. I had to manually pull the legs up over the ski to get the walk mode to engage.

My Ion bindings are rigid and never fail. I am very dissappointed with the zed bindings and would not have purchased them if I had known that the brake assembly was of such poo quality.