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Will my Salomon Quest Pro TR 110 boots work with Fischer Tour Classic bindings?

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I have the "Salomon Quest Pro TR 110 boots- 2015": http://www.skirack.com/salomon-quest-pro-tr-110-alpine-ski-boots-2015-13117532?fee=7&fep=73845&utm_source=google_shopping&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=product&gclid=Cj0KEQjw6uO-BRDbzujwtuzAzfkBEiQAAnhJ0L96UtLjMBKUiLLfLd82-Sb27IJ2kNFDDxOQih8Yg30aAgYU8P8HAQ

 

The bindings I've been looking at on Promotive are the "Fischer Tour Classic bindings": https://www.fischersports.com/us_en/tour-classic-brake-120

 

 

Will my boots work in this binding and is this a good choice for my first Tech AT setup?

 

I'm open to taking suggestions on other bindings, but I'm able to get these Fischer's for  the low low ($360) and that's about my budget for Tech bindings at the moment. All the other binding company's on my promotive only offer Frame AT setups, which I already have.

 

 

What I already have:
I already have k2 Obsethed skis, with Salomon Guardian 16's, and two pairs of g3 skins and love the setup. I've been alpine touring for a few seasons now and am finally willing to spend more money on a technical setup for my Tune Out JSkis, but can't find much info on these Fischer bindings, nor are any better options presenting themselves. So, I'm here asking for advice before I pull the trigger.

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I'm also considering spending a little more on this lighter weight Fischer race binding, but am not sure whether these are just for racing uphill and some downhill or if they can be used for normal touring uphill and aggressive downhill skiing?

 

"Tour Race Lite w/o brake": https://www.fischersports.com/us_en/o-brake-17149

Here's another listing for them:

http://www.backcountry.com/fischer-tour-race-alpine-touring-binding-fis000m?skid=FIS000M-METYL-ONESIZ&ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6RmlzY2hlcjoyOjQ6RmlzY2hlcg==#

 

I've asked the backcountry team and all they had to say was yes it can be used for downhill, but they didn't know to what level.

 

Would this bindings^ work with my Quest boots? Would I be able to ski aggressively in the backcountry with this binding assuming I have a leash on my skis?

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Those boots will work with the bindings, they have the inserts at the toe and heel to accept the pins. The bindings appear to be Fischer badged Dynafits, if they are I would determine if they are the Radical 2.0 equivalent. Not sure about your discount, but a G3 Ion binding would be worth a look. I would not go with a race binding unless doing skimo.

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Those boots will work with the bindings, they have the inserts at the toe and heel to accept the pins. The bindings appear to be Fischer badged Dynafits, if they are I would determine if they are the Radical 2.0 equivalent. Not sure about your discount, but a G3 Ion binding would be worth a look. I would not go with a race binding unless doing skimo.

Don't get racing because they aren't as strong when going downhill, right? Thanks for letting me know these bindings would work, I'm very excited to purchase my first Tech setup :Ott

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