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Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro: Backcountry Skis Reviews

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The Freeride has been the go-to AT binding for years. Why? It's an all-around performance-driven binding that accepts alpine and AT boots. Switching between ski and walk mode, as well as adjusting the heel riser, happens with the flick of a pole. Taking a cue from its little brother, the Eagle, the Pro also moved its pivot point back under the ball of the foot for a more natural stride. One more plus is the wider chassis (80mm minimum ski width) for better power transfer from boot to ski. 4.8 lbs;
Tourability: 4
Power: 4

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