Product details: Fritschi Xenic 10 without Stoppers Alpine Touring Bindings Schwarz
The light weight, the easy step-in and the practical operation make the Xenic 10 an exceptionally agile binding for ski tours in any terrain. When skiing downhill, length compensation of 10 mm ensures a reliable release according to the settings.
The innovative frontal unit provides a secure hold in front and with the exceptionally broad heel support in the back the skis are easy to control. The optimal mix of light high-tech plastics of the latest generation and high-quality metals results in superior stability at a weight of only 280 g per unit.
• Fixed stop and broad step-in pedal for easy step-in
• Sophisticated technology for easy operation
• Infinitely adjustable plus 10 mm length compensation
• Innovative frontal unit
• Exceptionally broad support of the heel unit
• Step in please!
The tip of the boot is optimally positioned by means of a fixed stop and a positioning guide. In response to even slight pressure on the broad step-in pedal the pin levers shift horizontally inward and quickly and precisely engage in the inserts of the boots.
• Well-thought out to the last detail
Using the climbing aid as a lever the Xenic 10 can very easily be changed in both directions from the downhill to the uphill position with just half a turn of the heel. The stopper locks automatically on the first step. The walk-mode levels of 2° and 11° and the climbing aid, which is easily operated with the pole, provide absolute ergonomic comfort in climbing uphill.
• Blocking not required
The pin levers of the innovative frontal unit shift horizontally and thus absorb vertically acting forces. An unintended release caused by shocks from the bottom is prevented without the need to block the system while skiing downhill.
• Minor differences with major effect
The DIN values for the lateral and frontal release can be infinitely set on the Xenic 10. Additionally, it features 10 mm length compensation. With this, the pressure on the system remains constant, even when the skis are flexed, which ensures a defined release in any situation.
• One step ahead
When the heel is released the boot tips forward. Only the bindings from Fritschi will then also release the boot in the frontal unit at the right time, between an angle of approx. 65° to 75°, depending on the form of the boot’s front.
• Strong connection
The power is directly transmitted to the skis via the core tower integrated in the compact heel unit. The large diameter of the core tower allows the broadest support of the system in this category.