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Atomic Tracker MNC 16 Alpine Touring Binding Atomic Tracker MNC 16 Alpine Touring Binding
With the retention and release of a traditional alpine binding and touring performance that'll expand your playground, the Atomic Tracker 16 Alpine Touring Binding could definitely be the clamp you use every time you're on snow this season. It skis like an alpine binding, with a rugged U Power toe, oversized platform, and a DIN that goes all the way to 16, but it'll get you up to to those stomach-churning lines you want to ski too, thanks to the 90-degree toe pivot, flat nose, and hike-and-ride switch that can be operated while you're still locked into the binding. The Tracker certainly isn't as light and fast as a tech binding, but if you're more interested in short tours and big lines than long approaches and techy skiing, then it's the right binding for your brand of big mountain skiing. For the most part, the Tracker remains unchanged with the same bomber downhill performance and the added convenience of the Multi-Norm Compatibility (MNC) all intact. The aluminum double tubes have been strengthened for a burlier ride, the stand height checks in at a low and precise 26mm, and the easily adjustable toe piece makes getting the fit and release settings perfect in a matter of minutes. Atomic even simplified the base plate to prevent icing and snow buildup, so you'll spend less time fiddling with your bindings and more time shredding.
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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Eagle 12 - M 95mm brake Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Eagle 12 - M 95mm brake
Thanks to its uniquely designed Diamir Gliding Technology, the lightweight Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Eagle 12 Binding gives you full backcountry touring capabilities with the security and performance of a sturdy downhill binder. The Eagle maintains full release capability, with a range of 4-12, in uphill and downhill modes for additional safety, and since the touring-mode release point is located at the heel, you can switch from touring to downhill mode without having to step out of the binder. Black Diamond also redesigned the pivot point, placing it directly under the toe for increased efficiency, so you can cover more ground with less effort, and have more juice left for the descent.
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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding - 108mm Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding - 108mm
Sure, the Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro 108mm Binding has a touring mode, but that shouldn't lead you to assume that it sacrifices anything in the way of downhill performance. This is a wide, burly touring binding for powerful skiers who seek technical lines far away from the resort. Robust materials mean ultimate durability, a clever linkage design transmits all your power directly to the ski, and a dialed release system protects you against disastrous early-release scenarios. More specifically, though, this binding features Gliding Technology--complete with a wider toe piece--to alleviate that pesky walking-on-your-tip-toes sensation. Not to mention, the Fritschi touts a free-gliding heel bar with integrated lock to avert an accidental release into tour mode. Ultimately, the wide footprint and heel piece boasts an overall larger construction than past years' models, ensuring a more forceful, powerful, and stable platform when driving wide skis. So, glide quickly on the skin track and then push this burly binding until your speed leaves you screaming like a child.
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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -120mm Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -120mm
Fritschi set a collision course between alpine touring and freeriding when it released the powerful Diamir Freeride Pro Binding upon the ski industry. This touring binding accommodates a ski with a waist up to 120mm wide, and it flexes the lateral stiffness and robust build needed to keep up with such as ski. As fast up the hill as it is competent during burly, technical descents, the Freeride Pro will soon be the choice of seasoned vets and burgeoning powder addicts on a mission to explore far beyond the resort.
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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Scout Binding - 95mm Brake Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Scout Binding - 95mm Brake
There's a lot to be said for lightness and reliability, but why waste words when you can take the Fritschi Diamir Scout Binding out for a spin and see for yourself' At 3. 5 pounds per pair, it's not quite as light as a classic touring binding, but it's not too far off, and the ease of use and reliability of release more than makes up for the few extra ounces. Unlike tech clamps, the Scout is fully DIN certified, with a maximum release value of 11, so you can push it harder without worrying about popping out, and it has a compact design that's engineered to provide killer power transfer and stability when you're driving wider skis. Of course, the Scout excels on the way up as well as the way down. The wide toe hinge is placed at the very front of the toe for an ergonomic and easy stride, while the four-level heel elevator lets you enjoy a comfortable and efficient climbing platform on flat, steep, and seriously steep skintracks. Fritschi also integrated a lock into the binding to prevent accidental switches into tour mode, which can have interesting consequences when you're ripping a wide-open line or teching your way down a tight couloir.
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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Vipec 12 TUV Binding w/ Brake Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Vipec 12 TUV Binding w/ Brake
Black Diamond's Fritschi Diamir Vipec 12 TUV Binding w/ Brake is the first ski tour binding to combine a tech binding with the safety release of an alpine binding. This unique design blends the tech binding's ease-of-use with the alpine binding's safe release in avalanche terrain. Now TUV certified for safety, this binding features Black Diamond's Safety Tech System that uses a gliding heel piece and safety pin to release your boot from the binding when your ski flexes heavily. The Vipec's tech toe features Black Diamond's Easy Switch that allows you to move from walk to ski modes without stepping out of the binding. There's a three-level heel riser to climb flat, steep, and steeper terrain with ease. The micro-adjustable width wings accommodate any ski boot with tech inserts. Black Diamond included brakes so your skis don't slide down the entire mountain after yard sales.
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Dynafit Beast 14 Binding Dynafit Beast 14 Binding
Dynafit's Beast took the backcountry freeride world by storm last year, and it's back to rule the out-of-bounds world again, now with a few tweaks to make it lighter, safer, and more versatile. It's still a tech binding that loves to go big, fast, and hard, but it's been refined in its second go-round to make life a little bit easier for big-mountain rippers who need serious performance on the way up and down. Last year, the Beast had a release value of 16, but this year a 14-release-value version has been added to the lineup, giving lighter, weight-conscious, or approach-minded skiers a friendlier option. The biggest difference is in the toe. While the old Beast, and the new 16, feature a specially designed toe piece, the 14 cribs the toe from the Dynafit Radical but mounts it to a rotating baseplate (and calls it the Radical 2. 0, if you're wondering), giving you more elasticity and retention than you'd get from a classic Radical. Apart from that, it's totally recognizable--four springs, two pins, and a ski/hike lever to prevent releases when you're on the way up. While the change might be most noticeable in the front, don't think for a second that Dynafit didn't improve the heel, too. It's been mounted on rails, letting it move slightly to accommodate ski flex, improve retention, and give you a more supple, less chattery ride than you'd expect from a tech binding. Spring-loaded pins provide a super-solid connection to the horseshoe heel insert (like last year, boots will need to be retrofitted to work with the Beast), and dual climbing risers give you the ramp angle you need to cruise up steep slopes. When the lower riser is in place, hard heel pressure will lock the brakes in a retracted position to prevent drag, but they'll snap back into place if you release on the way down.
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Dynafit Beast 16 Binding Dynafit Beast 16 Binding
In the ski world there's an irresistible push to go bigger, faster, and harder, along with the desire to venture deeper and deeper off the beaten track in search of big lines and fresh snow. The quest for bigger and more remote lines requires more and more specialized equipment, and last year Dynafit lauched the Beast Binding as a serious weapon for freeskiers set on taking their talents to the backcountry. This year, the Beast is back, with a few tweaks that make it tougher, safer, and more reliable than last year's initial offers. The biggest difference is in the toe. While the new 16-release-value version features a toe cribbed from the Dynafit Radical, the 16's toe mechanism is quite similar to that of the original Beast--basically a beefed-up version of the classic tech toe. The hike-mode locking mechanism is unchanged, but the whole package has been mounted on a rotating baseplate, giving you more elasticity and retention than you'd get from a classic Radical. When you engage the ski/hike lever, it also locks the baseplate in place for easy and movement-free skinning. Apart from that, it's totally recognizable--four springs, two pins, and plenty of friction-free climbing movement. While the change might be most noticeable in the front, don't think for a second that Dynafit didn't improve the heel, too. It's been mounted on rails, letting it move slightly to accommodate ski flex, improve retention, and give you a more supple, less chattery ride than you'd expect from a tech binding. Spring-loaded pins provide a super-solid connection to the horseshoe heel insert (like last year, boots will need to be retrofitted to work with the Beast). Dual climbing risers give you the ramp angle you need to cruise up steep slopes. When the lower riser is in place, hard heel pressure will lock the brakes in a retracted position to prevent drag, but they'll snap back into place if you release on the way down. If you're that dude who's humping up 3,000-foot lines and hittin...
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Dynafit Dynafit Adjustment Plate - Low Tech Race Dynafit Dynafit Adjustment Plate - Low Tech Race
Dynafit Adjustment Plate - Low Tech Race
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Dynafit RC1 Binding Dynafit RC1 Binding
Dynafit partnered with former world-class skimo racer and renowned carbon boot builder, Pierre Gignoux, to develop the lightest speed touring binding on the market. Weighing in at just 75g, the RC1, in its second year, marks a new chapter in the world of ultralight rando bindings. Designed to be used exclusively with Dynafit's RC1 boot, which was also designed with Gignoux, this binding will help you fly uphill like there are rockets tied to your tails, and will provide the solidity you need to maneuver down icy, wind scoured, and refrozen descents The RC1 is obviously made to be minimal, but Dynafit slimmed it down even more by employing a high-resistance carbon toe piece that simply bends to accommodate the toe of your boot and snaps back to lock the toe pins into place. The super-simple heel is composed of 7075 aluminum alloy and plastic, allowing for lighting fast transitions and making the binding a gram-counting skimo racer's dream. Switching between walk and ski mode is achieved by simply flipping the heel tab over the pins, while stepping into the binding is comparable to traditional tech bindings. To step out of the binding, push the tab just above the toe pin to release the boot from the toe fittings. There are hardly any moving parts that can break, and the RC1's sleek, simple design will stand out as much for it's super-minimal good looks as for it's ultralight race readiness.
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Dynafit TLT Superlite 2.0 Brake Dynafit TLT Superlite 2.0 Brake
That extra time you saved on the ascent by going brakeless isn't going to do you much good when you're chasing your ski down the mountain after it gets away from you. The Dynafit TLT Superlite 2. 0 Brake attaches quickly to your Superlite 2. 0 bindings and weighs just under three ounces, so you won't feel like you just tied a couple of lead weights to your lightweight touring set up after you put them on.
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G3 Onyx Brake Set G3 Onyx Brake Set
After a tough bootpack up the couloir you prepare to ski down. Unfortunately, one of your skis wasn't quite as anchored into the snow as you had thought and decided to leave without you. Next time count on the solid and easy-to-install Onyx Brake Set to help stop your runaway ski.
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Hagan Ski Mountaineering ZR Alpine Touring Binding Hagan Ski Mountaineering ZR Alpine Touring Binding
Rando racers and dedicated ski mountaineers rely on lightweight, minimalist bindings to get them to the summit as quickly and efficiently as possibly while providing simplicity in transition and security on the ride down. The ZR Alpine Touring Binding, designed by Hagan Ski Mountaineering, excels at it all thanks to ultralight aluminum construction, no- fuss heel risers, and an automatic semi-lock system. Built-in crampon attachments allow you to effortlessly add and remove corresponding Hagan ski crampons when required by icy or hardpacked terrain without moving or adjusting your boot or binding, which provides some pucker-relief in exposed zones. And weighing in at less than a half a pound per pair.
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Marker Duke 16 EPF Alpine Touring Binding Marker Duke 16 EPF Alpine Touring Binding
Earn your big mountain turns in the light and powerful Marker Duke EPF Alpine Touring Binding. With backcountry Climbing Aid technology, you can set the Duke to flat, 7 degree, or 13 degree positions easily with your ski pole, while integrated elastomer padding dampens impact, to reduce those annoying clacking noises. A 6-16 DIN range allows you to bomb the mountain and huck cliffs without fear of kicking a ski when you need it most. A widened platform featuring Power Width Design and a 28% larger EPF Extended Power Frame give supremely smooth transmission of power from boot to ski, even on those fatty boards that have a love affair with powder. A Triple Pivot Elite toe, Inter Pivot heel, and stainless steel gliding AFD all further enhance power transfer while providing optimal energy absorption to reduce the risk of pre-releasing. This hard-charging monster of a binding has to be super heavy, right' Wrong. Magnesium parts and a Hollow Tech fiber-reinforced frame provides impressive stability and strength with minimal weight.
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Tyrolia drenalin 16 Alpine Touring Binding Tyrolia drenalin 16 Alpine Touring Binding
Tyrolia has more than 80 years of experience in building bombproof bindings, and over the past few years it's begun to set its sights on the backcountry. The Adrenalin 16 Alpine Touring Binding allows you to access those top secret powder stashes just like many other AT bindings, but with a more alpine-focused, full-frame design, it delivers the same solid performance you'd expect from a more traditional Tyrolia alpine binding. The heel and toe pieces are borrowed from their strong, reliable FR Pro series and both rest on the FR Pro frame and FreeFlex mounting platform. A quick flip of the -Ascender lock switches between ski and tour modes, without requiring you to disengage your boot from the binding. In ski mode, the FreeFlex platform allows the FR Pro Frame to float atop the ski without inhibiting ski flex. Alone, this feature is a gift from the gods for many big-mountain skiers who want the benefits of an AT platform, but wants to feel every inch of ski flex. Once back in tour mode, the Adrenalin pivots forward at the toe and utilizes a three-position climbing aid to help you effortlessly crush even the steepest of grades.Wrought with an alpine heritage, this is a 16 DIN AT binding that delivers responsiveness, efficiency, and security both on the way up the hill and on the way down. Purchase the short Adrenalin if you have a boot sole length of between 270 and 330mm, and purchase the long Adrenalin if your boot sole length measures between 300-360mm.
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Tyrolia mbition 12 Carbon Touring Binding Tyrolia mbition 12 Carbon Touring Binding
Have a hard time believing that dinky pin bindings are going to give you the downhill performance you want after you've spent all morning hiking for that one run' Then step into the Tyrolia Ambition 12 Carbon Touring Bindings to shed serious lbs from your setup without sacrificing an ounce of safety or downhill prowess. How did they do it you ask' A special ingredient called carbon is used in the frame of the binding to make this variation of the Ambition almost a whole pound lighter than its non-carbon cousins.Tyrolia has been producing bindings for going on 85 years and its release of the Ambition last season was the company's first offering in the AT market. Far lighter than almost any frame binding you'll find on the market today, the Ambition 12 Carbon is the first major innovation we've seen in frame-style bindings for quite a few years, and it will be a welcome companion during those longer tours when you don't want to just make it down, but ski, huck, and rail your way down your line.Since The Ambition is made by Tyrolia, it delivers the same high elasticity and freeflex technology you get from the company's dedicated alpine bindings. With the exception of the carbon frame, the Ambition is identical to Tyrolia's other AT bindings. The AT toe piece smoothly pivots as you walk, but has a gliding AFS plate for a friction-less feel on the downhill. The Freeflex technology allows the binding to maintain its natural flex through a free gliding plate that runs withing the titanal heel track, the result of which is the solid downhill performance you'd expect from a pair of Tyrolias. The binding can be switched from walk to ski mode, without having to step out of the binding, and the heel has three different climbing aid heights for the ascent. The DIN maxes out at 12, making it a great binding for all but the biggest skiers.
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