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Black Diamond Factor 130 Boot
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Black Diamond Factor 130 Boot

$289.94 - $768.95
Black Diamond
Gender: Men's

Black Diamond Factor 130 Boot - The Black Diamond Factor Ski Boot is the burliest of Black Diamond AT ski boots, and the ultimate combination of alpine boot stiffness and alpine touring light weight. Looking for the newest model and a full run of sizes? Check out the Black Diamond Factor 130. Built ultra stiff for the biggest lines and hardest chargers around. The Factor is made to excel in any condition, from hardpacked chutes to deep powder bowls, and take you from the resort to the deepest backcountry.

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Dynafit TLT5 Mountain Ski Boot
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Dynafit TLT5 Mountain Ski Boot

$369.94 - $749.95
Dynafit
Gender: Women's

Dynafit TLT5 Mountain Ski Boot - Dynafit TLT5 Mountain Ski Boot - Women's: The new women’s specific TLT5: the ideal choice for female skiers who demand the best in boots for long distances and high altitude tours. Also the best option for tours with difficult climbing both on ice and rock, thanks to its short rockered sole and perfect crampon compatibility. The additional Downhill Booster tongue makes it extremely supportive during technical and steep descents, while the racing-derived Ultra-Lock system allows for incredible cuff rotation and uphill agility with a super fast, single-motion transition from walk to ski mode.

Dynafit TLT Radical ST Binding
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Dynafit TLT Radical ST Binding

$421.14 - $499.95
Dynafit

Dynafit TLT Radical ST Binding - Long the purview of die-hard backcountry skiing enthusiasts, ski mountaineers and randonee racers, with the TLT Radical ST binding Dynafit has expanded their lineup to include a lightweight touring bindings that is more accessible to the rest of the skiing world. With redesigned heel and toe pieces, the TLT Radical ST prevents frustrating Dynafiddling through the use of Dynafit’s Side Towers, which streamline stepping in provide additional protection and strength from side impacts.

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -108mm
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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -108mm

$359.99 - $569.99
Black Diamond

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Binding -108mm - Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro AT Bindings with a large brake bring efficiency and freeride performance to the backcountry. With a large brake that fits skis with a waist up to 108 mm, the Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro combines the wide-bodied power transmission of an alpine binding with Fritschi's new Gliding Technology for a smooth, natural stride. On the skin track, Gliding Technology eases your ascent by eliminating that hinge-like, tiptoe feeling.

Marker Duke EPF Binding
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Marker Duke EPF Binding

$358.97 - $449.00
Marker

Marker Duke EPF Binding - The Marker Duke EPF Large Ski Bindings feature Marker’s new Extended Power Frame chassis, which is 28% wider than the original. For the big mountain freeskier who wants an easy climbing function combined with the ultimate in security and performance for coming down the mountain. Charge big lines and then climb back up with the Duke EPF Large Ski Bindings from Marker. A DIN range of 6-16 enables you to slip out the sidecountry gates and hit pillow lines, slash pow turns, and maneuver down steep chutesIntegrated elastomer padding on climbing aids dampens the impact, reduces the irritating clacking sound, and allows for more comfortable...

Dynafit Speed Radical Binding
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Dynafit Speed Radical Binding

$339.95 - $369.95
Dynafit

Dynafit Speed Radical Binding - The Dynafit Speed Radical AT Ski Binding pairs the binding down for an ultra-light weight without compromising performance. The new radical speed step climbing bar makes it even easier to adjust heal height while climbing. Side towers at the toe make it even easier to step into the binding and add impact resistance. Adjustable length of plus or minus 12.5 mm for fine tuning. Included leash takes the place of heavier brakes to save weight and streamline performance.

Marker Tour F10 Binding
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Marker Tour F10 Binding

$279.95 - $399.99
Marker

Marker Tour F10 Binding - Focusing on producing the right binding for the end use that each skier needs has always been the Marker way. The Marker Tour F10 Large Alpine Touring Ski Bindings are Marker’s lightest all-day touring set-up, but still offer great skiing performance. Switching the lever to touring mode moves the whole binding 40 mm back, allowing a more comfortable walking position and keeping the ski balanced for kick turns and steep terrain.

Mfd Alltime AT Binding
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Mfd Alltime AT Binding

$195.97 - $279.95
Mfd

Mfd Alltime AT Binding - Die-hard backcountry skiers have long been faced with the dilemma of having to compromise the performance of the high-DIN downhill bindings they love in order to access and ski the terrain they live for. The Alltime AT Binding from MFD is the solution. Simply mount your favorite downhill binding to the Alltime Channel and you're ready to rip. The Alltime boasts the lowest stand height of any AT binding systems for resort-worthy power transmission, and the Chop Block floating heel piece allows your ski to maintain its natural flex dynamics.

Salomon STH 12 Ski Bindings
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Salomon STH 12 Ski Bindings

$198.95 - $199.00
Salomon

Salomon STH 12 Ski Bindings - The Salomon STH 12 Ski Bindings are designed for experienced freestyle and freeride skiers and have been a staple of Salomon's binding lineup for years. Featuring a low profile chassis, automatic toe wing and height adjustment, and an XL stomp pedal, the STH 12 will let you squeeze every bit of performance out of your skis. Available with 90 mm, 100 mm or 115 mm brakes. Automatic toe height adjustmentVertical progressive pivotSteel platformFixed wide stomp pedalLow-profile chassis.

Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Adapters
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Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Adapters

$152.96
Backcountry Access

Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Adapters - Whether you're new to the touring scene or just want the performance and reliability of your alpine binding on gnarly descents, the Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Adapters is the tool for you. A releasable heel facilitates climbing, while two adjustable climbing bars help initiate steep climbing so you don't end up wreaking havoc on your Achilles tendon. Fits into standard alpine bindings; for ascent use onlySki crampon attachment (not included).

Marker Baron EPF Bindings
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Marker Baron EPF Bindings

$379.00
Marker

Marker Baron EPF Bindings - A lighter weight cousin of the Duke EPF, the Marker Baron EPF Small Ski Bindings now feature the same 10 mm wider frame for increased power transmission with wider skis. Combined with a 4-13 DIN range, and an updated Triple Pivot Elite toe and Inter-Pivot Heel, the Baron EPF is a versatile all-mountain charger that will work equally well in the backcountry as doing hard lift-served laps. Extended Power FrameRecom.

Garmont Asylum Ski Boot
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Garmont Asylum Ski Boot

$424.99 - $799.95
Garmont
Gender: Women's

Garmont Asylum Ski Boot - The Asylum is the Delirium’s soul mate. The Delirium is king of the freeride touring boots and the Asylum keeps up with him, turn for turn. The Aylum is stiff, yet flexed just a bit softer than the Delirium for skiers with less weight. This boot features a double injected lower shell that creates a stiff cradle for your foot and provides exceptional torsional control and the liner can be thermo molded for a custom fit.

Salomon Guardian 16 Alpine Ski Binding
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Salomon Guardian 16 Alpine Ski Binding

$448.95 - $559.99
Salomon

Salomon Guardian 16 Alpine Ski Binding - Why fight the resort crowds when Salomon offers an easy, comfortable way for you to travel out the sidecountry gates or into the backcountry with the Guardian 16 Alpine Touring Binding? Hike-and-Ride technology lets you glide up the skintrack in hike mode and switch quickly into ride mode without removing your skis, and Salomon gave the Guardian a 7-16 DIN range for skiers who like to go fast, stomp airs, and send big-mountain lines.

Scarpa Gea
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Scarpa Gea

$598.95 - $599.95
Scarpa
Gender: Women's

Scarpa Gea - The Scarpa Gea (pronounced 'shjay-ah') is a women's-specific, 4-buckle touring boot that was the lightest on the market at the time of its introduction and is capable of taking on challenging ascents and descents alike. The Gea is made with Scarpa's Alpine Axial Tongue design, which combines the best attributes of tongue and overlap construction. The Axial Tongue opens to the side inside of straight forward, making entry into the boot easier.

Marker Baron EPF 13 Binding
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Marker Baron EPF 13 Binding

$379.00 - $379.95
Marker

Marker Baron EPF 13 Binding - With the reliability of 13-DIN and free-heel power of an AT binding, the Marker Baron 13 EPF Ski Binding holds you nice and tight on blazing downhills and lets you step and pivot freely on the climb. This year the Baron 13 has EPF, an Extended Power Frame for greater power transmission on fat skis (over 89-millimeter waists). It also got an upgrade to a Triple-Pivot Elite toe and Inter-Pivot heel for secure lockdown when raging down gnarly, no-fall terrain.

Dynafit TLT5 Mountain TF-X Alpine Touring Boot
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Dynafit TLT5 Mountain TF-X Alpine Touring Boot

$389.94 - $749.95
Dynafit
Gender: Men's

Dynafit TLT5 Mountain TF-X Alpine Touring Boot - Dynafit is an athlete's brand. They are committed to all ambitious ski mountaineering athletes. All materials and fabrics are carefully sourced, selected, tested and ,finally, implemented. Development of each of their key product categories (boots, bindings, skis and apparel) is pursued in concert with a select team of athletes. No product decision is made without a clear go-ahead from their team. This is the reason they lead in ski mountaineering market innovation.

Dynafit Crampons
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Dynafit Crampons

$59.96 - $79.95
Dynafit

Dynafit Crampons - Ski Crampons are like life jackets - you might go years without needing them, but when you do you REALLY need them. For icy or windblown conditions where you just can't get enough edge bite to stick to the slope, the Dynafit Crampons are lifesavers. Compatible with Dynafit and other tech bindings, these ski crampons can be inserted or removed without taking off your skis. These crampons are available in a variety of widths, so make sure you order the size that will fit over the waist of the skis you intend to use.

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Garmont Axon G-Fit High AT Boot
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Garmont Axon G-Fit High AT Boot

$299.95
Garmont
Gender: Men's

Garmont Axon G-Fit High AT Boot - The state-of-the-art Axon from Garmont is as stiff and aggressive as the burliest alpine boot, yet has the freedom of the best touring technology: the TECH binding system. That's right, aggressive downhill performance and the ability to enjoy the articulation and weight saving capabilities of TECH. The Axon has a ski-mountaineering sole with molded-in TECH fittings. The lower shell of the Axon has an internal "zeppa" that provides extra cushioning and warmth and the shell is reinforced in key areas to provide extra strength without adding a lot of extra weight.

Voile Universal Splitboard Interface
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Voile Universal Splitboard Interface

$119.96 - $160.00
Voile

Voile Universal Splitboard Interface - The easiest way of getting to the backcountry slopes and riding that untouched peak is with the Voile Universal Splitboard Interface. This interface system makes it so your uphill triumphs can turn your downhill fantasies into a reality. Using your regular snowboard bindings, boots, and a splitboard that does not have to be a Voile, the Universal Splitboard interface is an easy solution to your splitboarding desires. The last thing you'll have to worry about packing is more gear on those massive climbs!Works with these brands:Universal Splitboard InterfaceUniversal Slider Tracks accept almost all snowboard bindings on the marketTo be used with any regular snowboard bindingsAttention!...

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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Ski Bindings
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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Ski Bindings

$374.94 - $424.96
Black Diamond

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro Ski Bindings - Fritschi set a collision course between alpine touring and freeriding when it released the powerful Diamir Freeride Pro Binding upon the ski industry. This touring binding accommodates a ski with a waist up to 120mm wide, and it flexes the lateral stiffness and robust build needed to keep up with such as ski. As fast up the hill as it is competent during burly, technical descents, the Freeride Pro will soon be the choice of seasoned vets and burgeoning powder addicts on a mission to explore far beyond the resort.

Dynafit ZZERO4 C-TF AT Boot
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Dynafit ZZERO4 C-TF AT Boot

$299.98 - $749.95
Dynafit
Gender: Men's

Dynafit ZZERO4 C-TF AT Boot - You'll be stoked your Dynafit Zzero 4 C-TF Alpine Touring Boots weigh just over six pounds when you're halfway to your next destination on the Haute Route hut tour. These tough, yet nimble AT boots stay light and ski hard. Touted as the lightest four-buckle on the market, the Zzero 4 C-TF boots grant featherlight uphills and rewarding downhills. Thermo-moldable Multiform liner insulates your foot and allows for a fit custom to youThe Dynafit TF-Thermoflex Liner is a super-light thermoformable liner, with a new collar shape for more comfort and with more resistant materials on both internal and external lining for more durability.

Garmont Radium G-Fit Alpine Touring Boots
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Garmont Radium G-Fit Alpine Touring Boots

$399.95 - $689.95
Garmont
Gender: Men's

Garmont Radium G-Fit Alpine Touring Boots - Garmont's Radium G-Fit features their overlap design. The overlap shell follows the anatomy of the foot and lower leg for crisp, precise downhill performance. At the same time, the design eliminates the restrictive tongue to allow more independent movement between the cuff and lower shell. In the touring mode, the instep and foot are nestled comfortably and securely so the boot and foot stay in contact. Thermoformable G-Fit LinerSizes 25-30.5Two time Backcountry Magazine Editors’ Choice Winner.

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Eagle 12 Binding
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Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Eagle 12 Binding

$365.47 - $373.96
Black Diamond

Black Diamond Fritschi Diamir Eagle 12 Binding - Thanks to its uniquely designed pivot point, the lightweight Fritschi Diamir Eagle 12 Binding gives you full backcountry touring capabilities with the security and performance of a sturdy downhill binder. The Eagle maintains full release capability in any mode for an additional element of safety, and since the touring-mode release point is located at the heel, you can switch from touring to downhill mode without having to step out of the binder.

G3 Genuine Guide Gear Onyx Binding
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G3 Genuine Guide Gear Onyx Binding

$351.96
G3 Genuine Guide Gear

G3 Genuine Guide Gear Onyx Binding - Feed your need for speed on the uphill, then feed it again after a quick transition to ski mode. The G3 Onyx AT Binding allows smooth power transition from leg to boot to ski for superb control and feel. Revamped and ready to bust out of its cage onto the slopes, the Onyx is lighter, less likely to ditch out unnecessarily, and a generous DIN range lets you find your optimal setting.