Fritschi AG
Swiss Bindings

In Reichenbach im Kandertal, Switzerland, our team of 35 is committed to producing alpine touring bindings with highest functionality and quality. The high-tech products are sold worldwide through our own distribution and service network. The value chain is created almost entirely in Switzerland, while 85% of the products are exported. The company, established by Albert Fritschi in 1960 for apparatus and prototype engineering, turned its focus to the development of ski bindings in the late 1970s under the leadership of the Fritschi brothers, Andreas and Christian. To ensure long-term continuity, the company was integrated into the Nordeck Group in 2009.


Every new development at Fritschi starts with and centers on backcountry skiers and their individual expectations. This is the only way to design modern touring bindings with forward-looking technologies to experience the mountains at the highest level.


From the light pin binding to the reliable jaw binding all of Fritschi’s bindings have one thing in common: with their individual technology they meet the highest expectations for safety, functionality and quality and they have an exclusive and attractive look.

Swiss made –designed and made to last

Sustainability has always been a priority of Fritschi’s corporate culture and is part of the day-to-day work of the entire team.The careful use of resources begins with the development. The design and the selectionof materials are based on durability. Each individual part is manufactured in Switzer-land and consists of environmentally compatible high-tech synthetics and high-quality metals. After the assembly in Reichenbach the high-quality products are boxed into reuseable packaging, which is also made in Switzerland.


Safety first

The mountains used to be the domain of alpinists, even on ski tours. Getting to the peak was the ultimate goal. But nowadays, going downhill is just as important, the desire to carve some turns into an untouched snow field or successfully navigate a steep couloir. The demands for power transmission, safety and reliability have increased significantly. In the mountains, safety and reliability are top priorities and we are using our know-how and experience to achieve this.