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Alpine Touring Ski Bindings

Black Diamond Fritschi Safety Tech Brakes
$89.99
Simple and reliable insurance against runaway skis, compatible with the Fritschi Vipec 12 , Evo, and Tecton binding. S fits up to approximately 82-mm waist. - Does not come with attachment point to binding.
Atomic Shift MNC 13
$725.00
Atomic Shift MNC 13 is a game-changer: the world’s first binding with full touring and freeride capability in one. It’s a genuine tech binding for hiking complete with pins. Then flick the Hike and Ride switch to ski mode and it turns into a genuine freeride binding for the way down, compatible with all normed boots on the market – alpine and touring. So for the first time you don’t have to compromise when you’re touring or skiing – either by hiking with a heavy solution like frames or skiing downhill with pins. You get the best for both. And even better, you can also use it for your alpine skiing days with your normal alpine boot. Finally, one binding for everything! - Multi Norm Certified (MNC) - Walk To Ride Compatible (WTR) - Hike and Ride Switch - Crampon Compatible - Easy Step-in - Low Profile Chassis - Oversized Platform - Freeski Brakes - Toe Height Adjustment
Atomic Shift MNC 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings
With an all-new design reminiscent of something out of the Transformer movies, the Atomic Shift MNC 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings promise to set a new bar for power and reliability in the backcountry. In ski mode, the Shift MNC looks like a low profile alpine binding with a long nose, but pull the SHIFT bar on the toe rearward and a set of tech "wings" pops open for touring (yes, you will need a boot with tech fittings to skin uphill). The beauty of the Shift is that it skis pretty much just like a 13 DIN alpine binding (the Warden 13 comes to mind) but weighs under 900 grams (compared to nearly 1500 grams for a Guardian) and features a much smoother touring action. If you're bummed by the weight of your frame AT bindings but are wary of using a tech binding for committed hard charging, the Shift MNC is the burning light at the end of the tunnel.
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