Fritschi Diamir Scout

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Simple and efficient, the Fritschi Diamir Scout 11 is one of the lightest touring bindings with the lowest stack height, making it optimal for long distance touring objectives. When it's time to lock in and claim your prize, the Scout inspires downhill confidence with by utilizing Compact Technology to ensure torsional stiffness and effective power transfer to the edges of your skis.

- CampSaver.com

Look no further than Fritschi's Diamir Scout Binding with 95mm Brake when you need a balanced, all-mountain ski binder for dawn-patrol touring in moderate terrain and inbounds ripping off the lift. Although it's plenty light, this binder features uncompromising build quality and robust materials that ensure durability season after season. The walk mode is easy to access, the action is swift and smooth once you're skinning along, and the release system features a wide range of technologies design to absolutely minimize the opportunity for premature release. Both seasoned vets and recreational backcountry skiers will find the Scout Binding well suited to their use.

- Backcountry.com

Black Diamond's Diamir Scout Ski Binding with with Brake is a lightweight, efficient touring binding that offers a low stack height for long distance travels. Get stability and bomber downhill confidence with the Compact Technology that has a wide toe piece hinge which gives torsional stiffness and killer power transfer to ski edges. Max DIN 11, and DIN certified for both AT and alpine boot soles, and an integrated lock that prevents unintentional release into tour mode. Brake fits up to 80mm skis.

- Mountain Gear

The Fritschi Diamir Scout is their lightest alpine touring binding, making it optimal for long distance touring. The Diamir Gliding Technology, which has a moving baseplate, maintains full release capability even in the uphill mode. This is an important feature in avalanche terrain. When it's time to lock down and turn them, the Scout inspires confidence with it's Compact Technology and torsional stiffness effectively transferring force to the ski edges. This is a great binding at a great price. Compact Technology with a wide toe piece hinge for better downhill control The toe piece allows for 0.79 in (20 mm) of lateral travel before releasing, which drastically reduces a dreaded prerelease Flipping a switch with the end of your ski pole changes from walk to ski mode without taking the bindings off Max DIN 11 for the larger and/or more aggressive skier DIN certified for both AT and alpine boot soles

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