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FKS 120 Ski Binding

Rossignol FKS 120 Ski Binding

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Tour F12 EPF Alpine Touring Binding

Marker Tour F12 EPF Alpine Touring Binding

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MFD Alltime AT Binding

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Duke EPF Alpine Touring Binding

Marker Duke EPF Alpine Touring Binding

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La Sportiva RSR Binding

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G3 Onyx Brake Set

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G3 Onyx Ski Crampon

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La Sportiva RT Ski Brake

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How to Buy an Alpine Touring Binding

Keep It Lightweight, Fast, & Connected

Bootpacking into the backcountry will leave you a miserable wreck in a hurry, instead, an alpine touring binding is the answer. An alpine touring binding is a ski binding that allows you to go free-heel for the ascent and then lock your heel in place for the descent. One style of AT binding requires an AT-specific boot while the other allows you to use a standard alpine boot for your backcountry pow-fest. Either way an AT binding is the fastest, most efficient way to stay connected to your ski and travel in the backcountry while wearing ski boots.

Alpine Compatible:

An alpine-compatible AT binding offers an adjustable DIN, a burly construction, and accept a standard alpine ski boot without any special fittings. This binding can serve as a do-it-all backcountry and resort binding.

TECH Compatible:

Ultralight and minimalist by design, this binding style requires a ski boot with TECH-compatible heel and toe fittings. This binding style places a premium on stride efficiency and low weight, rather than adjustability.

Other Features:

Heel risers or climbing wires can give you a boost under your heel for climbing steep hills. Keep in mind, adjustable release settings and brakes aren’t standard on some ultralight TECH binders—consider your options carefully.