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Frame ski bindings have a toe and heel section connected by a frame or rail and are often used in conjunction with alpine ski boots and alpine ski boots. Frame AT bindings are usually heavier but do not require boots equipped with high-tech accessories and offer skiers a more similar experience to traditional alpine ski bindings. Technically you can use most skis on safaris as long as you have boots and bindings to lift your heels up the slope (with the help of climbing skins) and then lock them to the bindings for the descent.