Fritschi Bindings for Allrounder, Slalom Carver & Slalom Race Carver Skis
To fit your needs, there’s a wide variety of Fritschi Bindings for Allrounder, Slalom Carver & Slalom Race Carver Skis. And while different pairs of skis might have the same size binding standard, each binding is designed for a specific ski type and can provide added balance and responsiveness. The more advanced the binding’s level is – freestyle, performance, or downhill – the more powerful it will be on all terrain types.
So whether you’re an intermediate or expert skier looking for something lightweight or a heavyweight wanting some extra muscle in your boots, we’ve got what you need!
- Vist 12 Titanium Free
- Tyrolia PRD 12 GW
- Marker X-CELL
What makes Swiss Massiv skis so unique?
There are three primary elements used in the development of Swiss Massiv skis:
You might wonder how the creator managed to create skis that are both technically and visually striking. The secret is in locally sourced Swiss wood incorporated with bamboo, using uniquely created construction techniques.
A pair of Swiss Massiv skis consists of 30 individual parts. To build them properly, the owner created a process of almost 50 work steps which take about nine hours of labor. So, with all the waiting periods for drying, a pair of skis takes about three weeks to produce.
Since Swiss Massiv skis are all hand-made, each of their skis is a one-of-a-kind product. Plus, the limited production – with each pair having an individual number – expresses, even more, the brand’s unique identity. Every pair of skis has its unique serial number engraved in stainless steel at the back.
Not to mention the fact that the owner, René Unternährer, creates these skis in the very heart of Switzerland. Swiss Massiv skis are the outcome of his passion and quest for precision crafting of this highly complex product. That’s why he was able to create such a ski that performs with a supremely comfortable glide.
This is how the owner himself described the start of the creation process:
I don’t simply buy wood to make my skis. I buy a tree because the character of the skis starts with a tree.
Before making your final decision, don’t forget to check out all types of skis and additional equipment!