Peace of mind for an all-out onslaught.
Fly low when you're speeding down the slopes in the 4FRNT Attack 13 Ski Binding. This new, lower-profile, compact binding lies closer to the ski and at a zero ramp angle for exceptional response and switch-riding ease. The diagonal FR freeride toe piece releases at 180 degrees both vertically and horizontally for safety during those backward, twisting falls, and the Race Pro heel piece brings on forward pressure to keep the ski secure when you need it locked in over no-fall zones. The oversized AFD is controlled by a front cam rather than a spring for easy accommodation if your boot has a thick or thin sole. Binding performance, after all, depends on precise fit, and performance is everything.
- DIN range 4 to 13
- Compact, low-profile FR Pro Toe piece with horizontal spring
- Toe piece with 180-degree release angle vertically and horizontally
- Race Pro low-profile heel piece
- Toe and heel at 17-millimeter height
- Oversized anti-friction device
- BoilerPlate forward pressure
- Zero Ramp Angle neutral position
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What sort of mounting equipment does this...
What sort of mounting equipment does this binding require? Can a Marker jig be used, for instance? I ask because, obviously, being able to easily mount these would make purchasing less stressful, and not a lot of shops around here would probably have 4FRNT-specific mounting hardware.
Billy - these are a Tyrolia binding rebranded as 4Frnt - Almost every shop in the world has Tyrolia Jig - so you should not have a problem getting these mounted at any reputable ski shop...
This isn't a question but rather a statement...
This isn't a question but rather a statement I wanted to share but I didn't want to skew the rating.
After seeing the SIA release of these bindings I was curious if they would be tech sole friendly (like the Marker Lord) so I emailed 4FRNT in the spring. The response was that "The Attack binding will not accommodate a tech sole," but upon my reply of disappointment I was told that "They would fit, but you can't be guaranteed that it will release." I interpret that as basically saying the binding will work, but 4FRNT isn't willing to be liable for it releasing consistently when using a tech toe in the binder. So if you're like me and want to use your tech soles for daily skiing but don't want to shell out an extra $180 for the Lords (not to mention avoid screwing a pair of Marker bindings to your skis) than this COULD work.