BEFORE YOU BEGIN - PLEASE NOTE!

With proper setup and care, your Phantom bindings will operate seamlessly in the mountains. But as with any new system, we recommend taking the time to understand how it works to avoid frustration at a time when you should otherwise be fully focused on your line. We recommend going on conservative tours the first few times out to make sure the system is properly set up. If things are going to loosen up, it usually happens soon after setup. When tightening and loosening screws, be careful to prevent cross-threading, and always use a non-permanent locking compound (ie blue Loctite, not red - included in the tool kit) on the threads of all screws that mount to the board. This will reduce the potential for unwanted loosening while touring/riding. Finally, Phantom bindings are engineered for a very tight tolerance fit. Be aware of ice/snow build up on your top sheet and your inside edges, and always carry the Phantom scraper (included in the tool kit) with you in your jacket pocket. Before putting your board together, cleaning your board of ice and snow will help ensure everything goes together as easily as it did when you first set it up at home.


The Dynafit Speed Superlite toe pieces come riveted to our custom adapter plates. These single unit toe pieces mount directly to the factory touring bracket inserts in your board, and are easy to switch from board to board if you have multiple splits in your quiver.

  • Insert the forward-most, single screw and tighten down just enough so that the adapter will slide on (you want the screw tight enough that it requires some force to slide it on).
  • Put the toe in the open position and slide on. The countersunk slot on the adapter, as seen in FIGURE 1, is what the screw will slide into.
  • Finally, line up the other two countersunk holes with the corresponding inserts and secure with the other 2 screws as in FIGURE 2.
FIGURE 1. Single screw in position with toes open and ready to slide on.

FIGURE 1. Single screw in position with toes open and ready to slide on.

FIGURE 2. Properly mounted toe.

FIGURE 2. Properly mounted toe.