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Fischer Protector Attack 13 Mn W/O Brake

Fischer Protector Attack 13 Mn W/O Brake
$449.95
Color:
Black
Size:
One Size
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The all-new Protector Attack binding offers Full Heel Release (FHR) technology, a first in our Attack series. Full Heel Release technology guarantees maximum safety thanks to constant release values in forward and especially backward spins, thus ensuring less stress on the knees and safer skiing. They are perfectly suited for wide skis.

The all-new Protector Attack binding offers Full Heel Release (FHR) technology, a first in our Attack series. Our innovative FHR technology delivers intelligent 180° release horizontally and vertically. This new technology can lower release values in forward and especially backward twisting fall situations, which reduces the risk of suffering a knee injury. While maintaining the reactivity and robustness of the Attack series, this binding features an adjustable toe and heel that can be adjusted to a wide range of sole lengths from 259mm to 386mm. Skiers can rely on this binding in all situations. Thanks to the FR PRO3 toe and AFS metal MN, the binding is compatible with adult alpine ski boots (ISO 5355 TYPE A), adult walk ski boots (ISO 23223 TYPE A), and all touring ski boots (ISO 9523). Optimal height adjustment must be performed with a test strip to accurately adjust the boot-binding system and achieve optimal performance on skis.

The binding is extremely versatile and ready for use in any terrain.

The PROTECTOR ATTACK 13 MN W/O Brake [P] uses the following technologies:

- AFS
Weight-optimized adapter with which the new Anti Friction Slider ensures you have the usual safety. Better stability as a result - both horizontally and vertically.

- FRP
Four rollers and glide inserts optimize the flexibility and release characteristics of the binding.

- HORIZONTAL RELEASE HEEL
Horizontal release mechanisms help reduce injury by reducing twisting motions ??in certain types of fall situations.

Understanding boot and binding compatibility can be complicated. Alpine or Alpine Touring? ISO what?

With multiple boot/binding standards designed for different applications and skier types, finding the right gear requires more knowledge and expertise than ever before.

Contact us to navigate your options and discover what's right for you.

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