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Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro AT Bindings with extra large brakes bring efficiency and freeride performance to the backcountry. Combines the wide-bodied power and control of an alpine binding with Fritschi's new Gliding Technology for the smoothest stride in the skin track. Gliding Technology has a moving base plate that provides an optimal rotation point and stride while maintaining full release capability even in awkward uphill situations. Wide footprint and toepiece hinge provide a larger footprint than previous Fritschi bindings, giving you even more power to drive wide-bodied, big mountain powder skis. Power Transmission Control (PTC) technology uses a long, wide base plate to transmit power more evenly along the ski. 4-level heel elevator lets you adjust for different pitched climbing. Free-gliding heel bar with integrated lock prevents accidental release into tour mode. Brake included, fits up to 120 mm ski width, the perfect backcountry bindings for your fat powder skis. DIN range from 4-12, certified for both AT and alpine boot soles. PACKAGE DISCOUNT PRICING available, see Specs tab for full details. The one ski binding solution for your fat powder skis in bounds and out, from Fritschi. Extra Large Model with brake that fits up to 120 mm ski width. Weight Per Pair: 2.2 kg, 4 lb 8 oz. Din Value: 4-12. Position Height: 39 mm. Ski Width: Greater than 80 mm. Sizes: Small 260-315 mm, Medium 285-340 mm, Large 330-365 mm. PACKAGE DISCOUNT PRICING available for any combo of 3 skis, ski boots and bindings. Call us for more information and to order, 866-891-9177
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Description of G3 Genuine Guide Gear Fritschi Diamir Pro BindingsIf youre a guide in the backcountry, other peoples lives can depend on the gear that you choose. Thats why, in 1995, when G3 started making avalanche probes, they decided to hold every item they made to a higher standard. Will this piece of equipment improve the abilities and safety of professionals who live and work in the backcountry Taking freeride performance to the backcountry has never been easier. The Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro combines the wide-bodied power transmission of an alpine binding with Fritschis new Gliding Technology for a smooth, natural stride. On the skin track, Gliding Technology eases your ascent by eliminating that hinge-like, tiptoe feeling. The Freeride Pros wide footprint and toepiece hinge provide a larger footprint than previous Fritschi bindings, giving you improved power to drive powerful, wide-bodied skis. Performance, meet efficiency.FeaturesGliding Technology with a wide toe piece hingePower Transmission Control PTC technologyMax DIN 12, and DIN certified for both AT and alpine boot solesFour-level heel elevatorFree-gliding heel bar with integrated lock prevents accidental release into tour modeIncluded brake fits up to 108 mm ski width
- US Outdoor Store
The fristchi has been a benchmark in alpine touring for many years. It got an update for 2010-2011. The new Freeride Pro model got a few tweaks that are a big improvement on some of the issues with older models. These improvements are sure to keep the
- Teton Village Sports
Fritschi Alpine Touring Bindings Diamir Freeride Pro - L 120 mm BD1012730000LG_1. The Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro combines the wide-bodied power transmission of an alpine binding with Fritschi's new Gliding Technology for a smooth natural stride. On the skin track Gliding Technology eases your ascent by eliminating that hinge-like tiptoe feeling. The Freeride Pro's wide footprint and toepiece hinge provide a larger footprint than previous Fritschi bindings giving you improved power to drive powerful wide-bodied skis. Performance meet efficiency.
Your Fritschi Freeride Pro Binding provides solid downhill performance in the resort, and with a quick flip of a lever, you're ready to tackle the backcountry. Certified for both AT and alpine boots, the Freeride Pro eliminates the need for a whole separate setup, allowing you to hop between the resort and the skintrack whenever you please. The four-level heel riser flips up to increase efficiency on steeper ascents, and the free-gliding heel bar helps prevent accidental release on the uphill. They may not be the lightest backcountry option on the market, but you'll be stoked on the downhill shredability when you rip skins and reap your reward.