Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus

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Get ready for steep chutes, hard-packed snow beneath the lift, and varied terrain with the Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus AT Binding w/ 110 mm Brake. You won't have to hassle with the simple Alpine-like binding that provides plenty of control for touring with the addition of Power Transmission Control technology that attaches the boot directly to the climbing bar which slides freely as the ski bends so that you can retain the natural flex of the ski.

- Mountain Gear

Winner of Couloir Magazine Editors' Choice Burly Award for three straight years! Combining exceptional downhill performance with first-rate touring, the Fritschi Diamir FreeRide Plus now transmits more power from ski boot to ski edge with the addition of Power Transmission Control. This design allows the boot to attach directly to the binding bar, which slides freely as the ski bends, allowing the optimum natural flex of the ski. Reliably releasable at all settings, a maximum DIN setting of 12 keeps big skiers clicked in. An adjustable-height toe fits nearly all AT or Alpine DIN boots on the market. The four-position climbing post and a neutral front pivot point create excellent touring efficiency. Available with and without brakes.

- CampSaver.com

Description of Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus BindingsAt Black Diamond its all about climbing and skiing. They share the same experiences that you do on rock, ice and snow and these experiences push them to make the best gear possible for their worldwide family of climbers and skiers.With the performance and convenience of an alpine binding plus a first-rate touring mode, the Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus is designed to transmit maximum power to skis for exceptional downhill control.FeaturesPower Transmission Control PTCFree Gliding Bar and four-position climbing postMax DIN 12Included brake fits up to 86 mm ski width

- US Outdoor Store

It's no wonder that the Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus Binding has won awards from Powder, Outside, and Skiing Magazine as their choice for going out-of-bounds. Gladiators of the backcountry amphitheater depend on its legendary reputation when they go huge and land hard. Beefed up from Fritschi's original Freeride touring design, the Freeride Plus has a higher 12 DIN setting, so your planks will stay glued in pucker country where missing a turn can mean your season or worse. Wider mount points and stiffer lateral hinges give you more leverage over the fatty planks that are storming the ropes these days, and the sliding heel lock mechanism eliminates accidental switching into tour mode under flex. Generous 95mm brakes come standard, but you can grab the available Wide Brakes if you're packing magnum girth. The Freeride Plus is compatible with regular alpine as well as dedicated AT boots.

- Backcountry.com

Combining exceptional downhill performance with first-rate touring, the Fritschi Diamir FreeRide Plus now transmits more power from ski boot to ski edge with the addition of Power Transmission Control. This design allows the boot to attach directly to the binding bar, which slides freely as the ski bends, allowing the optimum natural flex of the ski. Reliably releasable at all settings, a maximum DIN setting of 12 keeps big skiers clicked in. An adjustable-height toe fits nearly all AT or Alpine DIN boots on the market. The four-position climbing post and a neutral front pivot point create excellent touring efficiency. Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus Specifications: Releasable (DIN 4–12) 4-Stage Climbing Riser Brakes will fit skis with 100mm waists Crampons Available 39 mm Stack Height Sizing:Short: 4.5–9 or 245 to 300mm sole length Standard: 6–12 or 280 to 355mm sole lengthLong: 12–13 or 325 to 365mm sole length

- OMCgear

Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus

previously retailed for:
$219.98 - $449.95

The Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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