Main Box:
2 - Expedition Splitboard Bindings

Bracket Box: 6 - (10mm) M6 Mounting Screws

2 - Touring Brackets

Disk Components Box:

4 - Adapter Split Plates

4 - Split Disks

1 - Reference Mask

4 - Locking Washers

8 - (20mm) M6 Screws

8 - (10mm) M6 Screws

1 - Extra Pin

Interface Setup

Tools Needed:

#3 Phillips Screwdriver

 

Tape Measure

Step 1: Stance Width

Either get tech with a tape measure, or just eyeball it to find out what looks and feels best. You may need to experiment to find the stance that works best for your style of riding. If you have no idea how wide/narrow of a stance to ride, try going slightly wider than shoulder width and modify from there.

Step 2: Mount Adapter Plates

Align your adapter plates with the board’s inserts that you plan on using. Insert the plastic reference mask inside the disks screw holes for a seamless adapter plate alignment. Using a #3 screwdriver, hand thread 4 (10mm) M6 screws into each adapter plate.

Tech Tip
Using the reference mask is essential for proper board to binding construction.

Step 3-A: Mount Split Disks

Remove the plastic reference mask and place the split disks on top of the adapter plates. Use the center notch on the split disk to align with your desired angle on the locking washer. Each notch on the locking washer is equal to 3°.

Step 3-B: Mount Disks

Using a #3 screwdriver, hand thread 4 (20mm) M6 screws into the adapter plates.

Tech Tip
Leave the disk screws a little loose. With the pin removed from the base, push the bindings directly down onto plastic disks. Following the arrows on the disk, rotate the binding 90° counter-clockwise to align with pin hole. Insert pin through binding and disk, then proceed to tighten screws all the way. This will allow for the best alignment possible between the disk, baseplate and pin.

Step 4: Touring Brackets

Align touring bracket with the board's touring inserts. Using a #3 screwdriver, hand thread 3 (10mm) M6 screws into each touring bracket.

Touring Setup

Step 1: The Pin

Align toe edge of binding with touring bracket. Slide the pin through the binding and touring bracket, push the pin handle inwards and lock the pin securely into the baseplate.

To remove the pin, pull up lightliy on the pin handle leash.

Step 2: Touring Mode

For touring mode, pull the adjuster away from the highback and push the highback backwards so the adjuster rests below the heelcup. Your highback should have zero forward lean when touring mode is engaged.

Step 3: Steep Climbs

For help on steep climbs, flip down the heel riser underneath the baseplate and lock securely into place.

Tech Tip
For size large bindinge, pull the heelriser towards the back of the binding, then flip into place. When done touring, be sure to push the heelriser back into place to avoid heel drag.

Step 4: Crampons

If extra traction is needed, insert crampon handle into the baseplate horizontally and turn 90° to lock securely into place. (Crampons sold separately)

Ride Mode

Step 1

For ride mode, pull the adjustor away from the highback and push the highback forward so the adjustor rests on top of the heelcup. Your highback should have positive forward lean when riding mode is engaged.

Tech Tip
To adjust the forward lean angle, loosen the screw on the inside of the highback, slide the FLAD to your disired angle and retighten.

Step 2

With the pin removed from the base, push the binding directly down onto the disk.

Step 3

Following the arrows on the disk, rotate the binding 90° counter-clockwise to align with pin hole. The binding will lock into place at your selected stance angle.

Step 4

Strap in and enjoy the ride down!

Warning:

Always check your equipment before starting a splitboard tour.

Always take an avalanche beacon, avalanche probe and shovel with you.

Always check the avalanche conditions and forecast in your area.

Be safe and have fun.