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Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding w/ LG Brake

$499.95 USD

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  • Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding w/ LG Brake
  • Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding w/ LG Brake

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With wide-body construction to drive big powder boards, the Freeride Pro also features Fritschi’s legendary tourability.
Item# BD1012720000LG_1
$499.95 USD

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  • Color
    Black

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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 ski@bdel.com or call 800-775-5552 for details and to arrange the right ski package for you!

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

Description

Taking freeride performance to the backcountry has never been easier. With a large brake that fits skis with a waist up to 108 mm, 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.

  • Gliding Technology with a wide toe piece hinge
  • Power Transmission Control (PTC) technology
  • Max DIN 12, and DIN certified for both AT and alpine boot soles
  • Four-level heel elevator
  • Free-gliding heel bar with integrated lock prevents accidental release into tour mode
  • Included brake fits up to 108 mm ski width
  • S: 260-315 mm
  • M: 285-340 mm
  • L: 330-365 mm

 

Tech Specs

Weight Per Pair :   2.2 kg (4 lb 8 oz)

Awards


  • Backcountry Magazine - 2014 Gear Guide Select

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Dawn Patrol

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice set up I found the Diamir tech binding too difficult to get in and out of for Patrolling, so I purchased this set up. It is certainly heavier,but well designed. My only complaint is that the company doesn't help the DIYer more with it's binding placement instructions and adjustment. Not everyone has a Diamir shop tech in the neighborhood. February 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reliability has its advantages I have owned many pairs of Fritschi Diamir bindings, and recently owned many other brands and types of bindings. Tech bindings are great but they have limitations. As a ski patroller I am in and out of my skis dozens of times a day and I have come back to the Freeride bindings for their great convenience and reliability. These new bindings do ski better than the old, and I feel secure, safe, and protected when I am working in them. If they are anything like my older versions, I am sure to get many trouble free years out of them. Convenience is an important performance characteristic as well! December 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Binding I am a ski patroller in western Colorado, our resort has a lot of back country access and we are called upon by the local SAR to do out of bounds rescues. Having a set up that works great for day to day patrol work, as well as the out of bounds, is paramount. These bindings are great March 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bombproof Solidly built, lightweight, they don't pre-release on hardpack, the brakes work, and the crampons flip on and off with your pole. Bindings are best when you don't have to pay attention to them. January 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Continued Great Product Upgraded to these for my new Walk Frees. Mounted them myself, not that tough-did my old pair, too and they work just as well as the old version (which has been great.) I patrol on them, as well as ski backcountry, and have had no issues with early releases. Walk-mode in the new is still comfortable and the new bindings feel a little beefier, though not any heavier. I'm anxious to be able to try a pair of heavier downhill boots since they can now take an Alpine Boot sole. Only had them out once, but am chomping for another trip! ...BTW Customer Service was GREAT when I ordered the wrong size first try. November 26, 2013
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