Plum Feyan 16-17

Product category: Splitboard binding
Manufacturer: Plum

Season: 2016/17
Price (SRP) from: 699€
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Included: Binding and Interface

Weight: 1.720g  


Splitboard Test Results  Testinfo

What did we like while testing the Plum Feyan 16-17?

  • The U-Profile which encloses the axis - gives even more stability and edge pressure ascending than it already had in 15-16
  • The fixation of the little safety hook at the lever - easy handling while closing your binding
  • The enclosing highbacks which give aditional stability and edgehold at challenging traverses
  • The Ski-Mode works amazing
  • The Design and super high quality processing
  • Made in Chez Nous

What we didn't like?

  • The mounting of the binding, luckily it only has to be done once
  • The Buckles sometimes slip through if to much tension

If you want to know more details just post your questions under the article!

Designed to vertical drop, bindings Feyan are effective under all conditions in the mountains. It offers a real comfort during the ascent through the slightly negative angle of the spoiler that provides better leg lengthening. At the top, a quick and easy manipulation of a few seconds, enough to assemble the two skis together. For the descent it is true snowboard bindings that you find at your feet. 3 positions spoiler are possible during your ride and a wide heel-cup setting ensures a perfect fit to your boots. Available in sizes S / M and M / L.

Plum Feyan Splitboard Bindung Details:

Plum Splitboard Bindung

The most important parameters regarding a great Splitboard Binding are simplicity and boardfeeling on the hike as well as on the ride.
There is only one mechanism, which allows you to lock from the hike to the ride mode in a single gesture with your gloves on.

2 versions: one with injected Highback and one with carbon Highback & WOR (Walk Or Ride)

2 sizes: S/M : 27 to 30 cm external boot sole length and 10,8 cm max width
                 M/L : 29 to 34 cm external boot sole length and 11,5 cm max width

3 colors: orange – blue – black

Prices: from 599 a` 680 € - crampons not included

Updates 2017, presented by Tal the developer:

 

CNC machined Alloy block 7075 T6

Angle adjustment +35°/-35° Bigger stance amplitude thanks to adjoined holes

The tour mode axle is built on a bronze pad cover by Teflon to increase durability and smooth turning Its construction allows a complete natural rolling movement, also for big foot size

Dual heel riser Easy heel locker Straps and Highbacks

Salomon Quantum 3 spoiler angles : 1 for hiking and 2 for riding

Quick change between ascent and descent mode Locking the binding on the descent interface to tighten the 2 skis together

The design of descent interface and binding makes the engagement easy, even with snow on the board

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