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Atomic Tracker 13 L Ski Binding

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Specs

Din Range: 4-13
Brakes Included: Yes
Recommended Use: Touring
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Atomic Tracker 13 L Ski Binding

Boasting unparalleled downhill performance and ultra-direct feedback, the new Atomic Tracker 13 L delivers an unprecedented backcountry experience. The Low Profile Chassis features a low stand height for greater stability and enhanced terrain feedback, and the Oversized Platform enables maximum power transmission and responsiveness for more precise turns even at higher speeds. Thanks to the Hike & Ride Switch, the skis no longer have to be removed when switching between hiking and riding modes - a simple push with the ski pole is all that's required. The Tracker 13 L is compatible with WTR boots. Compared with the Tracker 16 it is lighter in weight and has lower release values (DIN 5-13).

Key Features of the Atomic Tracker 13 L Ski Binding:
  • Sole
  • 305 – 360 mm DIN Range
  • 5 – 13 Heig ht
  • 26 mm
  • Weig ht (per Pair )
  • 2.92 kg Brakes
  • 100 / 115 / 130 mm
  • Toolless Switch from Hike to Ski
  • Low Profile Chassis
  • Oversized Platform
  • 2 Climbing Aid Positions
  • Adjustable Sole Height
  • DIN ALPINE Norm
  • Walk To Ride compatible

Tracker 13 L


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I do a lot of resort skiing at Big Sky and Bridger here in Montana, looking to get into some back country touring, not any overnighters (most likely) just day trips charging laps, wondering if these would be a good start for AT bindings. Six feet tall 230 lbs powerful skier. Dont really care about having to take off skis to clear ice, just wanna make sure they aren't gonna break on me and if they would be good for charging in the resort and backcountry?
Harmon on Dec 1, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Harmon!

First and foremost, exploring the backcountry is one of my favorite parts of skiing. Make sure you are educated before you go back there. Get an AVI 1 Cert!

I have not used the Atomic Tracker 13 L Ski Binding but it is pretty similar to what I use. As well, check out the video we have on the product page. If the Tracker works for Daron Rahlves they should be burly enough for you. Pretty quick adjustments on the uphill and solid performance on the downhill...which is really the most important (at least to me it is).

Have fun and be safe out there!
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