Uh... That's EVERY PAIR EVER hahahaha They have a lockout so your boot doesn't come out touring uphill. It's not recommended, but you can ski down in lockout and it's metal on metal with no release so it's pretty much just not coming off.
locked out toes saved this guy randomly
But you're more likely to shred something vital in your knee than break the binding if you aren't Hoji or some godlike rando nutjob.
I also used to think dynas were sketch, then I toured and skied in them in some shady green mountains terrain and I was sold. I never prereleased, didn't have any problems getting in or out, and they have never even heard of slop. The touring function? Fuck it's like being on a magic carpet hahahaha I had over a mile of flat to go over first, followed by three hours of uphill and it was just so much more fluid and lighter I never got tired.
Just bought my buddys plum guides, which for the are kiddies are just way more reliable than dynas, way burlier and still somehow lighter. I'm going to secks them when they get here fo sho.