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G3 Onyx AT Binding

G3 Onyx AT Binding

A review on: G3 Onyx AT Binding
Dostie

Pros: Easy to enter, Easy to switch modes, improved downhill performance, swappable

Cons: Heavy for a tech binding

In the world of alpine touring weight inevitably becomes an issue. However, for alpine converts downhill performance and convenience take precedence and herein lies the appeal of G3's Onyx, the heaviest tech binding on the market. The Onyx provides several things missing from the typical tech binding (read: Dynafit). First, they are easier to get in to. True, you do have to hold the toe pins...
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Dynafit Radical FT Review
Dynafit Radical FT Review
Test driving the MFD Alltime System
Test driving the MFD Alltime System

MFD Alltime Rossignol/Look System

Pros: Durability, use with your favorite skis

Cons: Weight, Cost, not non-DIN AT compatible, No jig available - need to use a template to install

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Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Adaptors

Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Adaptors

“Trekkers are a good choice if you want to get a taste of the backcountry without going bankrupt.  They are a catch-22 type of purchase: if they work for you, you will catch backcountry fever almost immediately and will be scheming on how to sell your trekkers and a) how to budget for a full-on AT setup or b) how to get your telemark skills dialed in so that you're not thrashing around in...” --Gnarlito

100% Positive Reviews
Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Crampon

Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Crampon

The Alpine Trekker Ski Crampon gives you a little more tenacity on icy slopes compared to hiking with skins alone. When you run into slippery surfaces, this crampon takes over. The Alpine Trekker Crampon mounts beneath the toepiece of the Alpine Trekker touring adapter, for maximum stability and less bulk than top-mounted crampons. This crampon penetrates hard snow when weighted and is...

Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Crampons - Fat (90mm)

Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Crampons - Fat (90mm)

The Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Crampons quickly snap onto the toepiece of your Alpine Trekker's. They provide maximum grip during steep, icy, or firm traverses.

Backcountry Access Naxo nx22 Black Alpine Touring Binding

Backcountry Access Naxo nx22 Black Alpine Touring Binding

Why hang out in resort lift lines when the backcountry offers unlimited untracked powder runs? The Backcountry Access Naxo nx22 Black Alpine Touring Binding carries you up your own trail as you hunt for secret stashes far away from the groomers. When you find your gold mine, switch to downhill mode by locking your heel in. Stiff rails create gnarly torsional rigidity to respond to your every...

100% Positive Reviews
Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Axion Crampon

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Axion Crampon

When skinning conditions get slick and icy, the Fritschi Diamir Axion Ski Crampon deploys with the flick of a ski pole. This retractable ski crampon attaches to any Fritschi binding and its long size provides extra bite on steep, technical slopes.

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Eagle Binding

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Eagle Binding

Like its Fritschi ancestors before it, the lightweight Diamir Eagle Binding gives you full backcountry touring capabilities with the security and performance of a downhill binding, now with a smoother and more natural stride thanks to a relocated pivot point and moving baseplate. A wide heel dampener and front hinge provides solid power transmission for the downhill and better stability on the...

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Explore Binding

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Explore Binding

Do you love alpine touring but don't want to lug big, nasty, heavy bindings up the hill? The Fritschi Diamir Explore Alpine Touring Binding is the solution to your problems. Built to last, the Explore uses a super slick Teflon plate and adjustable toe to give you a solid connection and a reliable release every time. The Explorer's heel lever is designed for an easy transition from ski...

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus Binding

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Plus Binding

“ I have used Fritschi bindings since the original Diamir binding came out over 10 years ago.  I have never had an issue with the binding's performance while touring other than an occasional ice up that would happen to any touring binding given the snow and temperature.  It is the most proven, reliable, bomb proof system on the market.  The Freeride + and the newer Freeride...” --choucas

67% Positive Reviews
Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -108mm

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -108mm

Fritschi Diamir took its do-it-all Freeride touring binding, added some beefed-up torsional rigidity and wider baseplates to handle today's fat powder skis, and ended up with the powder-slaying Freeride Pro Binding. With its fat-ski festish and full tour mode, you'll be skiing deep backcountry shots your locked-heel friends can only dream of.

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -120MM

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -120MM

Take your lust for burly lines from the resort to the backcountry using the Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding. An extra-wide footprint means more power transfer to your skis, and a low-weight design means blisteringly fast skinning. Gliding Technology incorporates a wide toe piece and unique hinging mechanism so you aren't tip-toeing up the hill.

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