Atomic FFG 12 Ski Bindings
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Atomic FFG 12 Ski Bindings

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Din Range: 4-12
Brakes Included: Yes
Recommended Use: Downhill
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Atomic FFG 12 Ski Bindings

Key Features of the Atomic FFG 12 Ski Bindings:
  • DIN Range: 4-12
  • Weight/Pair: 2.77kg
  • Brake: 30mm
  • Sole: 260-382mm
  • Tool-less adjustment
  • Senior Norm

FFG 12

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Stanton S on Nov 7, 2013
Hi, I was wondering if these bindings would be compatible with the 2012 Elan Bliss skis. I also have Nordica Easy move 10 boots. Do you think they'd work? Thank you!
Allie K on Nov 2, 2013
Best Answer: These bindings will be a good fit for your skiis. Depending on what length your Elan Bliss is it has a 106-115mm waist and since this has a 115mm brake (the prongs that stick into the snow when your not in the binding) they will clear the ski and work beautifully. As far as you boots are concerned you have a normal boot and it will go well with this binding as long as they have the lip on the toe and rear theyll work. If these are out of stock the fischer x13 is also a good binding with around the same DIN range (amount of pressure required to make binding release) as the FFG 12's.
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I was thinking about puchasing this binding for my 2013 Armada Cantika 150cm skis. Is this binding compatible? Also, what size should I order 90, 100 or 115?
A shopper on Sep 10, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, the Atomic FFG Ski Binding is compatible with the 2013 Armada Cantika at 150cm. The sizing of the binding refers to the brake size, which can be changed out/mounted at your local Ski Shop. The 90 or 100 will do just fine.
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