The 2022 Tyrolia Attack 14 GW, a park skiing binding. A preview of Tyrolia's durable and versatile binding, plus weight and full specs.
The little brother of the Attack 17, the 14 features an identical toe piece design with a lighter weight heel. I tend to ride the 17 (previously a 16) but not for any great reason other than ego. I'd be perfectly happy riding the 14 DIN version of the binding (previously 13) and have done so for whole seasons at various points during my ski life.
I've made no secret of the fact that Attacks are my favorite binding compromise. Of course, there are tradeoffs, as in all products. The Tyrolia 'weaknesses' remain the same, the brake screws directly into the ski, which is annoying if you have to swap them and the adjustment isn't as fine as on some bindings. But for me, those are pretty insignificant details compared to their advantages over other bindings. The ease of entry, reliable release, and low weight/stand height all combine to make these a great choice for skiers of all levels. And you can beef up to the 17 if you really need to, though, for most mortals, the 14 is more than enough. For more details, check out the more full review of the 17, which I have spent more time on - @Twig
DIN Range: 4 - 14
Weight: 1010g /Indiv. Binding
Stack Height: 17 mm
The Attack 14 GW binding is a tough, all-mountain binding for high performance from powder and piste to the park and beyond. The binding features the FR PRO 3 toe with guaranteed constant release values. Its versatile functionality makes it the ideal tool for every freeskier! All Attack bindings offer an improved stability and an updated heel design. Now the heel can be adjusted faster and in an open position. Additionally, the binding comes with an improved AFD which reduces friction and guarantees constant release values. The Attack binding line is compatible with adult Alpine (ISO 5355 TYPE A) and adult Walk ski boots (ISO 23223 TYPE A). Thanks to the improved AFD, it easily adjusts to different boot sole heights. The optimal height adjustment needs to be tested with a testing device for exact adaptation of the boot-binding system and better on-ski performance.