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US GI Military Cable Ski Bindings - Size Large (Yellow)

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US GI Military Cable Ski Bindings - Size Large (Yellow)
 
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US GI Ski Binding Assembly, Downhill / Cross-Country

The US Military issued ski bindings are designed for downhill and cross-country skis. They are compatible with the military "Mickey Mouse" and "Bunny" cold weather rubber boots (MIL-B-41816), as well as the GI Ski Mountain Boots (MIL-B-43739). These bindings are manufactured by Alpine Research Inc, made to meet militray spec A-A-50092, and come in three sizes. Each set comes with two foot plates, cables and accessories.

  • Downhill and cross-country ski bindings
  • Compatile with GI Mickey Mouse and Mountain Ski Boots
  • Metal foot-plates and accessories
  • Proudly made in the USA
  • NSN:
    • Large (Yellow): 8465-01-281-4011
    • Medium (Green): 8465-01-281-1721
    • Small (Red): 8465-01-281-4012
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Rick Hesslein / Raisin'Heel! BC & Tele. Equip.
Feb 15, 2017
These come in different cable sizes, but perhaps could be modified with a cable swage and tool?
Yellow cable heel cover Lg?, Green Med.?, Red Sm.?

I have a pair and they do seem to work with proper welted boots (soles), and I use my tele ski boots w/ duckbill OK.....Not sure I really trust the cable hold on boot cable groove in downhill mode w/ cable routed through side sleeves mounted to ski side edge under ankle. (perhaps I should have mounted the side cable holders a little further forward for less extreme angle to boot heel?). Otherwise I have skied them cautiously at the "resort" and they have worked. They even have a release function that MAY have some effect if adjusted properly?

The freeheel / "telemark" mode is unsuitable for telemark due to too little spring / heel hold down effect, but seem fine for touring and climbing modes.......
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