Gear We’re Testing: Fritschi bindings, Dalbello boots, and a Flylow jacket

Gear We’re Testing: Fritschi bindings, Dalbello boots, and a Flylow jacket

Welcome to another roundup of Editor’s Reviews from FREESKIER. Each week our editorial staff provides in-depth, honest reviews about the gear we’re testing. Our goal? To point you towards the best brands and products on Earth so you can trust your equipment whole-heartedly and have as much fun in the mountains as possible. Read up on the products, below, then visit us again on Monday for more awesome gear coverage.


Fritschi Tecton 12 Bindings

On top of its performance and safety capabilities, you can customize the colors on your toe lever and heel risers for a binding that’s certifiably you.

“The Tecton 12 utilizes Fritschi’s updated Vipec toepiece in conjunction with a beefier, lock-down heelpiece and weighs just 550 grams per pair (without brakes)…” Read more.


Blizzard Rustler 11 Skis

All-new for 2017-18, this ski simply blew our testers away.

“‘This is the ski,’ said one tester. ‘Fun, fun, fun. Versatile, jibby, smeary, sends, stomps, super poppy and easy to maneuver… it’s the poster-board freeride ski, an absolute hero.’…” Read more.


Dalbello Krypton AX 120 Boots

Those who covet ripping turns all across the frontside will go bananas over this all-new model from Dalbello.

“On the comfort side, a thermoformable IF Performance liner provides a customizable fit that’s unique to your foot and lower leg…” Read more.


Flylow Billie Coat Jacket

A staple of Flylow’s women’s line since 2014, the Billie Coat is an ideal option for backcountry shredders.

“Flylow’s proprietary three-layer, waterproof, breathable hard-shell rated at 20K/20K—is the star of the Billie Coat film…” Read more.

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