Fritschi took a significantly lighter step in the newer collection of backcountry ski bindings, and the Xenic 10 only weighs a bit over a pound, per pair. Despite its lightness, the Xenic still retains DIN release ratings suitable for most backcountry skiers. Both front and heel units are remarkably broader than normal to ease stepping in and out. The binding itself is infinitely adjustable, with 10mm of compensation for a defined release when it counts most.
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