Fritschi Freeride


Brand: Fritschi

What do you think about Fritschi Freeride?
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TopptursNisse
TopptursNisse (Guest)
08/05/2007
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Strenghts:
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Weaknesses:
Do not have much to say about my Diamir freeride. Bought them in January they basically stayed two months later, the front part of one tie flew off at a stopwatch in a hard piste. I mounted them on a pair of K2 Apache Chiefs and there's way too much skiing for that tie. Do not forget to dump them after seeing how the design looks, it's no wonder it's broken, so I know, plastic and cold do not go together.

Summary:
If I'm going to give some positive judgment, they are much easier to go with than Alpine Racing and the nice feeling it gives, but on the other hand, a Dynafit tie works just as well.
I would never trust this bond again.

(Guest)
17/03/2006
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Strenghts:
Stable. I do not hesitate any drip I want to do with them. Has been solved once in a position where I did not want it. It was in a very busy and pucky "brant" at the national frontier this year. Burned straight into a pit at fairly low speed. If the trigger mechanism was incorrect or saved me, it's hard to know.

Weaknesses:
Tongue! Has Rossi B4 (which is now accused of being heavy), which is not correct. I think it's the tie that gives the weight, did not matter if I chose easier skis.

Summary:
Nice bindings, which, however, weigh a lot. Should have bought a pair of Dynafit TLT instead.

(Guest)
13/12/2005
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Strenghts:
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Works well. After two seasons they have never solved without reason. I drive on a pair of Monster 85s and have no serious complaints about that combination.

Up:
Works well. Good lot easier than a couple of regular bindings + secura-fix. I went cham-zermatt with them and did not think there were any problems.

Weaknesses:
down:
Sure, if you're going to burn in a tough piste, it's clear that a few common bonds are stiffer, but that's not a big difference.
At one point, one bond went over in "walk mode" in the middle of a yard, probably because I somehow got to the lock. That is not good at all. The design should be changed to reduce that risk.

Up:
If you are going to spend a lot of time and want light equipment, there are other options.

Summary:
Good mid-milk if you want to do a top trip without betting on the ride.

Christian
Christian (Guest)
18/10/2005
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Strenghts:
If you want a belt tie primarily for driving, this is a good choice. Works great in loosnø (obviously) and is also ok in the hill. Be sure to buy as short as possible, avoiding "instant walk mode" tricks.

Weaknesses:
Not as rigid as pure alpine bindings. Maybe builds a lot in height.

Summary:
The best bond for you who goes up, but care about the downhill run. Works well for the most part, and is rigid enough for all-round use. Not as solid as a pure alpine bond, but it's quite possible to have a pair of skis with these bindings and use them for everything.

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cc (Guest)
24/10/2004
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Works perfectly. Have driven steep / hard / piste / off-piste and there is nothing to complain about. Mina is mounted on a pair of Stöckli Stormrider DPs. I weigh 92kg and have power and technology. Highly recommended.

Weismyller
16/03/2003
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Hello in the gap !! Diamir Freeride is a totally okay tie for ski crew Doug Kombs! He goes quite hard. ;) So if they do not manage his ride, you can clearly see them. But that's not the case. I'm very pleased with my bindings. Make sure that the pre-tension during assembly is correct. Otherwise, it may be a little tricky. But it is not the fault of the binding, but perhaps of the one that assembles. Then you can go with alpine boots or Ranndo pjuck. Or simply combine an alpininsko with ranndoyttersko. This is to get a little stiff inner boot. Other tips are fashionable like Ranndopjäxan. For example, make an extra hole in the angle bar to get more to the plot. Test!! ;) Hope you get more nice walks on the mountain!

Sincerely. J. Weissmyller

Model year: 2001
Mountain_Man
08/01/2003
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Freeride is a randonné bond that works well for downhill skiing, not an alpinbidding with "walking function"!

Flexible really (at least if I weigh 90 kg ...) at the heel, giving an oprecis steering of the ski. No major problem under light-headed conditions but not especially fun in a hard pit or worn offpiste.

I have run the tie with a pair of Head Monster i.M 85, a combination that is not recommended for tougher driving. On such a ski, a sturdy alpine tie will be mounted that holds a shoe in a firm grip to enable the ski's ability to be used.

Probably the effect is not as clear with a narrower and "slower" skid but it is doubtful whether Freeride can be recommended to the priority shooter.

Regards / MM

Model year: 2002
Dominique
12/10/2002
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I am very pleased with my Fritschi Damir Freeride bindings, and advise everyone who is in season and like to buy them at the beginning of the season and not after one and a half months like me. Had a couple of old securi fixes that I was wearing at the beginning, but I was tired of the poles getting steeper and taking advantage of their heel support. Securi-fix heel support is too low and breaks after only a few trips, maybe alpine treks are better? With size 41 in pants and a weight of 75 kg, I chose to set the binding on DIN 9. It worked for a couple of weeks but an afternoon in hard snow and high speed, unleashed a tie, I screwed it up to 11.5 and since then it has never dissolved. Cheapest in La Grave (sports shop in the swing) 230 EUR last year, definitely worthwhile if you go a lot. A little strange feel the first hour because you have a foot a few centimeters above the ski but you get used to it soon. Buy!

Model year: 2001
NTB
25/02/2002
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Bought this bond for a pair of scott octane bm in January. Ridden with them in Verbier for a little over 2 weeks before the heel unloaded (to Randonne mode), which meant that the toe part of the tie wiped out and destroyed the ski overall. After talking to any ski renter in Verbier, it became clear that this was something that happened every now and then on their previous bindings if the ski is being flexed properly (if you go to a puck piste). A lot of flex causes the melting rod that runs beneath the jacket to slide behind and smash out of the locking mechanism. This can be fixed by placing a large screw that prevents the rod from moving behind (at the expense of the flex but saves the ski). This problem would Fritschi have corrected on the freeride tie with two small plastic stoppers .. but these are naturally deformed after a little ride. Fritschi dealer here in Sweden does not want to replace anything at all (bought the ski here). I have now turned to Switzerland instead, see if they feel any responsibility. Of course, my review will be low because the link is marketed as a binding one can go well with and even jump with (very silly). Clearly, it fits into quieter peak tours, but there is already their Titanal II binding that is cheaper and easier. If you have or are thinking about getting a diamond freeride binding and thinking about going on a bit, make sure that the one that fits the tie draws a screw big enough to prevent accidents. A clear 1st for an expensive stuff without warranties.

/ Martin

Model year: 2001
dubbelwe
19/02/2002
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good, your scale 4-12, highs (about 5 cm from the bed meet), three go doctor, praise if you use it!
2995 SEK, ski tops included

Model year: 2001