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Fritschi Diamir Eagle

Fritschi Diamir Eagle

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Fritschi Diamir Eagle

Manufacturer: Fritschi

Your Opinion: 
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Page By: Ed F

Created/Edited: Apr 3, 2010 / Apr 3, 2010

Object ID: 6984

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Product Description

The lightweight Fritschi Diamir Eagle combines a gliding, natural stride with the downhill performance and safety features of a high-end alpine binding. Featuring Diamir Gliding Technology, which has a moving baseplate that maintains full release capability even in awkward uphill situations, the Eagle brings a new level of comfort, safety and performance to the alpine touring world.


- Diamir Gliding Technology for optimal rotation point and stride
- Adjustable-height toe fits both AT and Alpine boots
- Wide heel dampener and front hinge for improved rigidity and power transmission
- 4-position climbing post
- Brake included
- DIN range from 3-10
- Requires different drill hole pattern than Freeride Plus model. Mounting jig recommended
- Diamir Gliding Technology uses a moving baseplate to follow your natural skinning motion
- Adjustable height toe accommodates AT and alpine boots
- Four-position heel riser lowers exertion on steep uphill sections
- Wider baseplate underfoot for enhanced power transmission and stability

Weight Per Pair :
2 kg, 4 lb 7 oz
Details :

DIN-value: 3-10

Position height: 39 mm

Ski width: > 67 mm


SM 260 - 315 mm

ML 285 - 340 mm

XL 330 - 365 mm


Lou Dawson, Wildsnow blog: http://www.wildsnow.com/1769/fritschi-diamir-eagle-binding/



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Ed FGreat Improvements

Voted 5/5

The touring mode of these bindings is great -- the best I've ever toured with. They put the pivot point for the front toe about 23mm behind the Freeride and Explore, making for a much more natural walking and climbing gait. It also has a small spring-loaded backstop when you fully extend so that the binding naturally retracts and helps you drive your back ski forward when skinning.

They also improved the heel lifter in that it's easier to raise and lower it because they made the hole for your pole a little smaller.

Also lighter than the Freeride.

One drawback is that the DIN only goes to 10, so this probably isn't the binding for going huge, but Duke has that market cornered, anyway.

Overall, I'm very happy with these, and I'll be mounting these bindings until someone makes a big improvement. Big step forward for Fritschi.
Posted Apr 3, 2010 9:38 am

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