The lightest alternative to a pin binding
Universal use – easy handling
The Scout 11 is almost as light as the heaviest pin binding. In addition to excellent all-mountain performance, it offers the easy handling of an alpine binding.
All parts are manufactured in Switzerland and assembled into high-quality products in Reichenbach. After the assembly, every binding undergoes a meticulous quality control process, including a functional test.
Compared to jaw bindings with:
- superior walking comfort
- high lateral stability when climbing
- easy use
- light weight
- activating crampons
Compared to pin bindings with:
- easy step-in and effortless use
- safety release similar to alpine bindings
- DIN/ISO settings even for light-weight skiers (up to DIN value 3)
- versatile use with touring and alpine boots
|DIN||3 – 11|
|Ski width||>67 mm|
|Weight||790 g/Einheit ohne Skistopper|
|Position height||37 mm ab Skioberkante|
|*Ski Brake||80/90 (Gewicht 100 g / Einheit)|
|Sizes||SM: Schuhsohlenlänge 260–315 mm
ML: Schuhsohlenlänge 285–340 mm
XL: Schuhsohlenlänge 330–370 mm
Subject to technical changes.
The data apply to ski width in mm. Technical changes are reserved.
With the Axion crampons, the days of precarious mounting manoeuvers in difficult terrain are a thing of the past. Since the Axion is fastened to the binding before the tour starts it is ready to be used at any time. It can conveniently be activated with a ski pole, as needed, without having to step out of the binding and therefore ensures solid support. It is just as easy to deactivate when it is no longer required. The innovative, effective metal part with teeth offers far more support, comfort and safety than conventional crampons.
The ski brake has been developed especially for the Safety Alubar System. It is an important part of the equipment, which is geared towards the greatest possible safety.
Available options: 80/90/100/115
Must be used in combination with ski brake!
Real added value for the user
For Fritschi, safety and customer service are always the first priority.
Consequently, the optimal ratio of safety – performance – weight is the first priority.
TÜV & DIN ISO-Norms
Durable quality due to premium materials and meticulous workmanship: Fritschi binding systems are TÜV certified and fulfill the DIN ISO norms 13992 and 9462 for touring and alpine bindings, as well as for touring ski boots according to DIN ISO 9523 alpine ski boots according to DIN ISO 5355.