Bindings

Bindings



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Athlete: James Winfield
Location: Portillo, Chile
Photographer: Adam Clark

  • $ 599.95 $ 449.96
    The world’s first touring binding to combine the lightweight pin system of a tech binding with the pre-defined safety release of an alpine binding, the Vipec 12 TUV provides lightweight touring functionality and maximum power transmission that now comes with the assurance of TUV certification.

  • $ 569.95
    With wide-body construction to drive big powder boards, the Freeride Pro also features Fritschi’s legendary tourability.

  • $ 569.95
    With wide-body construction to drive big powder boards, the Freeride Pro also features Fritschi’s legendary tourability.

  • $ 489.95 $ 367.46
    A binding for ski-touring aces, the lighter, stronger, higher performance Eagle is the next generation in AT bindings.

  • $ 439.95
    Simple and efficient, the Scout 11 is Fritschi's lightest touring binding with the lowest stack height, making it optimal for long-distance touring objectives.

  • $ 99.95 - $ 109.95
    A removable snow crampon for use with Vipec bindings.

  • $ 89.95 - $ 99.95
    Easily attached, deployed and retracted, an AT ski crampon for Fritschi-Swiss Freeride Pro and Eagle 12 bindings.

  • $ 69.95 - $ 79.95
    Compatible with previous generation and earlier Diamir Explore and Freeride Plus bindings, this AT ski crampon provides excellent bite on hard snow.

  • $ 69.95 - $ 79.95
    Simple in-area, or backcountry, insurance against runaway skis.

  • $ 79.95 - $ 89.95
    Protects against runaway skis.

  • $ 9.95
    Super-compact and stowable, the Binding Buddy multi-tool makes quick adjustments or repairs in the backcountry.

  • $ 54.95
    The high-impact plastic shell on the TeleKneesis Kneepads offer effective protection against stumps and rocks hidden under the snow.