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Fritschi Diamir Scout 11 Binding




Simple and efficient is the name of the game for the Scout: our lightest touring binding.
Item# BD1012740000MD_1

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Buy any combination of skis and bindings and receive mounting, base prep and FEDEX Ground shipping (lower 48 states only) for FREE. Questions? Email us at or call 800-775-5552 for details and to arrange the right ski package for you!

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Simple and efficient, the Fritschi Diamir Scout 11 is our lightest touring binding 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.

  • Compact Technology with a wide toe piece hinge
  • Max DIN 11, and DIN certified for both AT and alpine boot soles
  • Four-level heel elevator
  • Integrated lock prevents accidental release into tour mode
  • Included brake fits up to 95 mm ski
  • S: 260-315 mm
  • M: 285-340 mm
  • L: 330-365 mm


Tech Specs

Weight Per Pair :   1580 g (3 lb 8 oz)


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Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Beware shops can't mount these bindings! Do not buy unless you know how to mount these bindings or you know a shop that has the proper tools to mount them. I live near Bozeman, MT and no one has the tools to mount these. Apparently the tools are on backorder. Good Luck. February 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fully functional, light as can be This binding has, so far, delivered on its promises. It is lightweight (for a full binding), offers torsional release, and gets the job done both on alpine & alpine-touring ski trips. It has several positions of elevation in walk mode for climbing, and once you get the hang of it (stick your pole tip in the hole and lever it) the lock/release/hillclimb lever is a snap to adjust. I was tempted to go with those dinky little two-piece pin bindings, but I'm glad I got these instead. P.S. You may wish to speak with your ski shop ahead of time; these bindings apparently require a specific drill jig that my shop had to order. So, try notifying your shop in advance so they don't have to wait on the jig when you drop off your skis! December 12, 2013
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