One of the best things about our backcountry ski binding museum is when someone contacts us out of the blue and donates a rig we’ve never seen before. Just a few months ago, Wyoming WildSnower Bill Kuestner sent an email saying he was trying to recycle some interesting Geze bindings, and do we want ’em? Heck yeah. Little did I know the grabber would arrive mounted on a pair of 220 cm Head 360s from probably 1966, then known as one of the most damp and supple skis out there, but flexing out by modern standards as a steel I-beam! Oh, how things do change.
Anyhow, the backcountry skiing museum display is done for this binding, complete with a how-it-works video. Check it out, and please leave comments on this blog post.