ONE BINDING
THREE LOOKS

Color Clips are available as accessories in three additional attractive colors to make your binding look the way you want.

ice blue

yellow green

black

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Even more Power…
THE NEW

TECTON 13

The Tecton now offers a DIN adjustment range up to 13 and thus even more power and safety in powder. The well-defined combination of power and functionality demonstrates the sophisticated technology it contains, down to the last detail.

WITH CARBON FOR EVEN MORE STABILITY

Carbon fiber-reinforced high tech plastics are used for the front and heel housing. In other words: the Tecton is now even more stable and longer lasting.

THE RIGHT MIX OF MATERIALS FOR TOP PERFORMANCE

Climbing up to the peak with ease and getting downhill safely. Our claim is to achieve this at top performance and with the lowest possible weight. The optimal mix of materials makes the difference. Whether light glass fiber or carbon fiber reinforced high tech plastics are used, as in the automotive and aviation industries, or high-quality metal alloys is ultimately determined by the technical requirements for optimal product safety and durability and a powerful performance without compromise.

COUNTERACTING THE HIGH FORCES

Bindings are subject to extreme stress. To ensure a long-lasting and reliable high-precision function Fritschi’s designers are using metal components wherever high dynamic forces are acting on the system, e. g. hardened steel, forged aluminum or metal alloy components made by complex processes.

EVERYTHING UNDER CONTROL IN ANY TERRAIN.

Absolute power transmission from boot to ski with the exceptional alpine heel jaw.

In the back, where the forces are highest, the Tecton remains as stable and precise as an alpine binding. The hold-down system with a non-turning alpine heel jaw and the rail transmits the power directly from the boot to the ski without any loss. The Tecton equals both the performance and the safety of alpine bindings. Any unwanted release is prevented by the long dynamic path. The binding reliably releases at the DIN setting. The easy step-in and the intuitive control provide security, especially in challenging terrain. The right mix of light high-tech synthetics and high-quality metal alloys provides superior stability at a low weight (only 550 g / unit).

The new adjustment range up to DIN 13 provides even more power and safety in powder.

Ninety-nine percent of the components are made in Switzerland and assembled into high-quality products in Reichenbach.
DIN 5 – 13
Ski width > 70 mm
Weight 550 g / unit without ski brake
Options standard ski brakes for ski widths 90 / 100 / 110 / 120 mm – 80 g / unit

Subject to technical changes.

Color Clips

The design is a mixture of power and finesse and underscores the performance of the light-weight construction. With the replaceable Color Clips the binding can be matched to the color of the skis or the boots according to the skier’s personal taste.

Standard: Ice blue
Enclosed: Yellow green and black

Crampon Vipec / Tecton

Exceptionally easy to use crampons with powerful grip.
90 / 100 / 115
Frame ski brake Vipec / Tecton

NEW with Teflon insert. Only the brake frame is replaced, if necessary. The mechanism is reusable.
80 / 90 / 100 / 110 / 120

Ski leash safety pin-system

Anti-loss-ski. To be used in combination with a ski-brake.

The data apply to ski width in mm. Subject to technical changes.

  • Alpine heel with Rail
  • Lateral release at the toe with DIN setting and 13 mm elasticity for the toe-cap
  • Vertical release at the heel with 9 mm elasticity for the heel
  • Reliable release with 10 mm elasticity for the flexing ski
  • Easy step-in
  • Intuitive handling
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The boot remains fixed

As an absolute exclusivity, the rail in the alpine heel engages in the back of the boot, secures it in the center and prevents a loss of power.

Heel unit remains laterally stable

Due to the solid, non-turning heel the power flow, unlike other pin bindings, is not interrupted by a rotating movement when the skis turn.

Direct contact boot-binding-ski

The alpine heel jaw is pressing the sole of the boot firmly against the heel plate, which is directly connected with the ski, and provides consistent direct traction.