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Fritschi Diamir Freeride Binding

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Weight2050 g

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Fritschi Diamir Freeride Binding
4.7 out of 5 based on 3 user reviews.


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Review by climbhigher on Oct. 30, 2007
Fritschi Diamir Freeride bindings have set the standard of what a touring binding should be able to do. With a din range of 4-12 it gives an option for a reliable released no matter who is skiing on it. The antifriction plates allows the used to be skiing in AT or regular alpine boots depending on the days activities it features an adjustable toe height to help facilitate this. The climbing posts give you 4 positions which allow all sorts of up hill climbing to be done with ease.
Only being pickey but it would be nice if the bindings had a slightly higher DIN for thoese situations when your bindings can't fail you.
The Naxo bindings are a good alternate to Fritschi.


Cred: 128
Review by mateye10 on Jul. 11, 2011
good for everyone to ski on with a din range of 4-12. AT and alpine boot compatible allowing all types of condition skiing. climbing posts allow easy uphill climbing.
if you're looking to stay strapped in, you may want a higher din
i have to agree with climbhigher here. i'd go with the Naxo bindings over these


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Review by fb_42003550 on May. 12, 2008
still holdin up
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