Fischer Adrenalin 13 Long bindings 13/14


Fischer Adrenalin 13 Long

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Regular Price: £299.00

Special Price £209.00

Hike&Ride Binding

Easily adjustable movement from skiing to hiking, all you need is your pole tip.  The AAA-Ascender Lock is a unique feature to these bindings that give great response across a variety of terrain.  Easy to fit crampons are available to improve grip when climbing over steep and icy terrain.

The FR Pro Toe has a gliding element and automatic adjustment of the heel piece allows adaption to both alpine and touring boot sole norms.  The climbing angle can be set a zero degrees for walking over even terrain, at a 7 degree angle for gentle climbs and a 13 degree angle for steeper climbs.


This is the long frame version of this binding for ski boots over 300-360 mm sole length

Tech Spec

Brand Fischer
Binding type Hike and Ride

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Posted by Ged on Tuesday, 22 April 2014


What is the stand height of this binding. How does it compare with the Guardian.


  • Posted by John Sturgess on Tuesday, 22 April 2014

    Good Morning Ged,

    Thanks for your enquiry about the two "hike and ride" bindings.

    The stand height of the heel on the Adrenalin's is 38mm with an adjustable toe height that ranges from 28.5mm - 35.0mm (to accommodate both Alpine soled and Tour [Vibram) soled ski boots).  These also have the sprung, side to side, AFD plates under the soles of your boots whereas the weak spot on the Guardian series is that they don't.


    The Guardian does sit lower, with a stand height of 32mm at the heel and a fixed height of 27mm at the toe, thus you do have mre of a ramp angle on these, more like the older Piste bindings.

    The ride on both is good with the Guardian perhaps just edging it, in terms of versatility and probably safety (until Salomon sort out the AFD issue, we think the Adrenalin wins.

    Hope this helps.


    Kind regards


    John and Team at Snowfit

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