THE DAYMAKER EXPERIENCE
“With the 4-Bar, there’s a large trapezoidal platform to give you stability before you touch your boot to the elevator, and the way the rear link is activated actually drives pressure into the snow towards your heel as well, so you have friction over a large span. I'm able to walk up steep hills with stability on just the balls of my feet. I can literally go into sprint mode without ever using my elevators up a hill. Nothing on the market will give you this consistently stable platform.”
- Giray Dadali, Mechnical Engineer and Professional skier
Thanks for the righteous setup you guys were able to get me... was nice to not have touring bindings on my feet while hitting that beast! you guys know what's good!!
Post Chad's Gap session spring 2017
The motion of Daymakers is easier on my knees and lets me ski high-consequence features on bindings that i trust
Want to build a backcountry booter? Throw Daymakers on your widest park skis and start walking. Trying to check off some gnarly lines in the Chuting Gallery? Throw some Daymakers on your most trusty setup and start skinning to the top of that 60 degree chute. It’s late-spring and it’s starting to get a little thin out there? Throw some Daymakers on your best/worst rock skis and ski the hell out of some rocks. Daymakers turn your measly ski quiver into an entire backcountry-ready arsenal.
Torsionally really stiff, these adapters hold an edge whilst side-hilling even on firm, steep slopes.
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