The 2017 Slow Fuse Fusion Binding ski boot attachment is reviewed. The bindings require minimal adjustments at the top of the run. The straps are comfortable. The ratchets and highbacks are acceptable. The binding flex is responsive and the ride is smooth. They cater to all types of skiers, and are very capable.
- The high back/heel-cup assembly connects to the frame on the aluminium wings at the back of the tray. There are bolts that run through them and the frame that you loosen to slide the wings forward or back to adjust for boot size.
- Traditional Flow straps offer a different feel than your average two strap binding. It holds your boot back just as well as something with a toecap, but ultimately offer more strap to distribute pressure. They ride like they aren’t there.
- The ratchets are more meant to be used as an extra or as an adjustment and lock in place to keep them from drifting down. There if you need them, but the primary entry method is still intended to be the high-back.
“There are bolts that run through them and the frame that you loosen to slide the wings forward or back to adjust for boot size.”