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You've heard of quiver-of-one ski? Here's the quiver-of-one binding.

Look no further than Fritschi's Diamir Scout Binding with 95mm Brake when you need a balanced, all-mountain ski binder for dawn-patrol touring in moderate terrain and inbounds ripping off the lift. Although it's plenty light, this binder features uncompromising build quality and robust materials that ensure durability season after season. The walk mode is easy to access, the action is swift and smooth once you're skinning along, and the release system features a wide range of technologies design to absolutely minimize the opportunity for premature release. Both seasoned vets and recreational backcountry skiers will find the Scout Binding well suited to their use.

  • Toe piece allows a wide 20mm of lateral movement before releasing the boot from the binding, which drastically reduces the opportunity for non-crash-related premature ejection
  • Swivel anti-friction plate allows for consistent and friction-free sliding of the toe of the boot in the binding (important for touring and freeride boots with rubber soles)
  • Heel piece allows for 13mm of vertical movement before releasing the boot from the binding, which also drastically reduces the opportunity for premature ejection
  • Both toe and heel feature a mechanism with a high restoring force so the toe and heel of the boot are returned to alignment quickly in the event of lateral or vertical movement shy of the maximum release point
  • Compact Technology is the core piece of this binding: a light and extremely torque-resistant module responsible for the front safety release and hinge support
  • Compact Technology allows multiple binding functions to operate in a smaller package, thus reducing the non-mounted footprint and lowering overall weight
  • Sliding binding-bar linkage allows the ski to flex naturally underneath the boot and between the mounting points of the binding
  • Change from walk to ski mode without leaving your bindings by simply flipping a switch with the end of your ski pole
  • Heel elevator is easy to flip up with your ski pole and offers four angles of inclination from three degrees to thirteen degrees
  • Once mounted, binding has a position height of 37mm from the top edge of the ski
  • Binding accommodates skis with waist measurement of 67mm+ and DIN ISO compatible touring and alpine ski boots

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Is it fine for free ride/touring that these bindings do not really have a base plate under the heel or toe, there seems to be little to no base under them. Will that hold up fine compared to the pro versions, or the Tyrolia AAAmbition?

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Yes you can free ride and tour in these bindings. I have an older version of the Fritschi binding called the free-ride pro. The differences are pretty mild and mine look almost identical to these. The best part of this binding is that the hinge action on these feels more natural and the tour/alpine mode switch is on the back so you don't need to step out of the binding to lock or unlock it. However confidence is key when your in the BC so i would recommend going with a binding that your comfortable with.

I have demo'd the Tyrolia AAAmbition and its a solid binding that feels really capable in alpine mode (and it looks really cool). My other recommendation is the Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Adapters, we sell em on the site. They are basically an adapter that you can use with your traditional alpine bindings for less aggressive tours without sacrificing the security and capability of a downhill binding.

what is the minimum ski width waist for this binding

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Binding manufacturers recommend your brake is no more than 15mm wider than your ski - so absolute minimum would be about 80.

Do you sell replacement parts like the heel elevator piece?
Thank you

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We dont sell that piece, I would call Black Diamond warranty directly. They might be able to send you a piece or have you send in the binding so they can fix it. (800) 775-5552 is there main number.

Do you sell brakes for the Scout binding that will fit skis with a 100mm waiste - and if so, can you send a link.
Thank you!

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Hey jonp779770,

We currently have BLD1242 our inventory at the moment has a 108mm width I hope that will work out for you. or you can get the 95mm width and bend the brakes to clear the edge.

5 5

Great bindings on-area and off

These binding are just right. Super affordable and function well. I'm an early intermediate skier and loving these bindings at Alyeska and backcountry.