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I’ve been playing around with the latest Fritschi Tecton and Evo binding versions. More coming, today a Friday briefing. As you may recall, a few folks broke the ski brake on their 2017-2018 Tecton-Evo. While there might have been an “in line” change to help with this, I’m not certain. But I carefully examined the 2018-2019 brake for changes that might cure the problem. It appears the brake assembly is mostly the same, with what appears to be one key change.
While playing around with these items, I was reminded that removing or installing the brakes can be confusing. If you are humbled by Fritschi’s simple complexity, seee our exposition here.