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Fritschi Freeride

Postby lordhelmut » Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:32 pm

Does anyone out there have a spare Fritschi Freeride binding? I have 1 in my garage, been using as an emergency spare, but figured I'd see if I could complete the pair. Its a medium. Its the now old school PLUS from a few years ago. Make an offer. Thanks a lot in advance.

Disclaimer : yes I have heard of Dynafit and no I'm not going to upgrade. Just to clear the air.
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Re: Fritschi Freeride

Postby RoanMtnMan » Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:14 pm

lordhelmut wrote:Does anyone out there have a spare Fritschi Freeride binding? I have 1 in my garage, been using as an emergency spare, but figured I'd see if I could complete the pair. Its a medium. Its the now old school PLUS from a few years ago. Make an offer. Thanks a lot in advance.

Disclaimer : yes I have heard of Dynafit and no I'm not going to upgrade. Just to clear the air.


I have an extra you can have Brian. I broke the other one trying to slide a box (brilliant decision for a guy my age). I think it may be a large though, 330-360 adjustment length. You can have it none the less though. It wants a new home. Screws and plates are in good shape. PM me if you want it and I will get it down there somehow.

P.S. I still vote upgrade.
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Re: Fritschi Freeride

Postby Bean » Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:12 am

Soon you'll be able to upgrade AND stick with Fritschi.

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Re: Fritschi Freeride

Postby RoanMtnMan » Wed Jan 23, 2013 2:31 pm

Bean wrote:Soon you'll be able to upgrade AND stick with Fritschi.

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Too much plastic.
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Re: Fritschi Freeride

Postby Jim Davies » Wed Jan 23, 2013 4:05 pm

I have a pair of large FR+'s with 100+ days inbounds on them. I could probably part with them, except they're on a semi-trashed pair of skis that I'm still using due to the low snowpack (I already bought a new pair of skis but I've been afraid to use them :(). Once the rocks are covered later this winter (if ever) drop me a PM.
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