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Fritschi Diamir Tecton 12 AT Binding

Fritschi Diamir Tecton 12 AT Binding
469,00 €-11%
Was 529,00 €
We mount bindings free of charge when you buy skis and bindings. Please check the box if you would like bindings mounted and fill in the required information for your ski boots, along with any other relevant information:

Please provide us with ALL of the following information:

  • Ski boot make and model
  • Ski boot mondopoint size
  • Ski boot sole length in mm
  • Your regular UK or European shoe size
  • If buying multiple skis/bindings, please confirm which binding you'd like attached to which ski

The technology mix of the Tecton with pin unit in front, heel jaws and absolute power trans-mission for a perfect ride. The low weight, the easy step-in, the same level of safety as alpine bindings, as well as the practical handling make every tour a memorable experience.

Hold-Down System: The heel jaw is pressing the sole of the boot firmly against the heel plate, which is directly connected with the ski, and provides consistent direct traction.
Power Rail: As an absolute novelty, the power rail engages in the back of the boot, secures it in the center and prevents a loss of power.
Non-Turning Heel: Unlike other pin bindings, the power flow is not interrupted by a rotating movement when the skis turn.
Lateral Release: The highest elasticity of 13 mm prevents an unwanted release and cushions any lateral impact so that the ski always maintains a firm grip.
Front Release: As in alpine bindings, when the DIN value is set, the front release occurs via a heel jaw with a dynamic way of 9 mm. The reset force of the spring prevents a pre-release and compensates the high tensile forces on the leg in a forward fall.
Release Lever: After the release of the heel, the boot tips forward. Due to the pressure of the front of the boot on the Release Lever, the boot is also immediately released by the toe unit.
Emergency Release: The boot is fixed and held in the middle, but the binding will release in response to high active forces.Clamping systems must be blocked while climbing to ensure stability.
Solid Stop: The tip of the boot is optimally positioned by means of a solid stop in front and a positioning guide. Responding to slight pressure, the system closes with the pin levers engaging precisely in the inserts. The sequence of movements is comparable with that of an alpine binding.

Ski Brake Widths: 90-100-110-120 mm