Be Coloradical in this amazingly comfortable and styling hat! The FlexFit hat doesn't have the plastic adjustments. It looks and feels like a custom fitted hat by flexing to fit your noggin (hence the name). To ensure you pick the right size, measure around your noggin.
S/M: 54 - 59 cm or 21 1/2 - 23 1/8 in
L/XL: 58 - 63 cm or 22 3/4 - 24 5/8 in
Want a leash specifically designed for your badass binding? Look no further. This ankle strap buckle leash is specifically designed to work with the Bishop Heel Clip. Sold as a set of two leashes.
Although the chances of the Bishops coming off are slim, most resorts require leashes and it is a good idea in case things go horrible awry. These leashes have the added benefit of ensuring that you don't accidentally step on the Heel Clip while skiing and release your boot.
If anything is better than duct tape it is these 18" long by 3/4" wide flexible straps. Made of tough stretch polyurethane and a hardened aluminum buckle, they have many uses. Sold as each.
These straps are used mainly to hold your skis and bindings together. While carrying your skis, the Bishops can pivot freely and mouse trap your fingers or give you a good smack in your gaper head. Don't be that guy. Look steezy and strap 'em together nice and neat.
Keep this strap in your pocket when skiing as it can be used for many purposes - McGyver style. It's held a broken boot together on more than one occasion. You should always carry a few of these straps when travelling in the backcountry or sidecountry: A-frame skis on your pack, fix a pesky climbing skin, hold your shovel and probe together, the list goes on...
Put your bindings through a work out each season? They may be due for a tune. The Bishop 2.0 is a high performance binding and our tune up kits are here to help you keep them running smooth and strong. Check out the inside edge Toe Lugs that can get smacked when you do a lead change (separate those legs!) and also the rest of the parts along the hard-working Main Pivot Thru Axle.
We recommend putting a light coating of Binding Butter on the springs every 500k vertical feet (or at least once a season), and then check the front end for wear every 1 million vertical feet. New springs can be used after 2-3 million vertical feet, depending on your tele style. If you go super low, could be earlier.
The Basics includes: Binding Butter, 2 Toe Lugs, 2 Axel Screws, 2 White Inside Spacers, 2 Black Outside Spacers, 2 Spring Washers, 4 Knuckle Bearings, & 2 5mm Hex Keys.
The Works includes everything above plus 2 Toe Bails & 4 Springs.
Compatible with the 2.0 only.
Engineered using bomber titanium, aluminum and stainless steel for ultimate control and reliability when charging hard downhill. No plastic parts or floppy cables, so you can push your boundaries with confidence and style.
Adjustable Thru Axle and Switch Plate technology transitions easily from neutral to an active position with one simple adjustment. Adapt to the conditions or your own style, whether you’re a free-heeling expert or first timer.