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Atomic Tracker 16 L Ski Bindings

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Specs

Din Range: 7-16
Brakes Included: Yes
Recommended Use: Touring, Downhill
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Atomic Tracker 16 L Ski Bindings

The New Atomic Tracker is a revolutionary binding for backcountry and sidecountry skiing with DIN Alpine norm boots. You can switch from hike to ski mode without releasing the boot from the binding. The hike and ride switch is located right behind the heel piece and can be flipped with a ski pole. When it is time for you to start your descent once you have peeled off your skins flip down the climbing aid and stamp your heel down. A sturdy DIN range of 7-16 will make sure that you are in and staying in. The low profile chassis and 80 mm platform make this binding designed specifically for skis wider than 100 mm. 90 degrees of rotation at the toe make kick turns easy on the switchbacks. If you have been looking for a binding that has the retention and trust of an alpine binding, with the ability to hike and skin your way up to some freshies, the new Atomic Tracker 16 is the only way to go.

Key Features of the Atomic Tracker 16 L Ski Bindings:
  • DIN Range: 7-16
  • Weight/Pair: 2.93kg
  • Brake: 100mm/130mm
  • Sole: 265-320mm
  • Hike & Ride Technology
  • Tool-less switch from hike to ski
  • Low profile chassis
  • Oversized platform
  • 2 Climbing Aid positions
  • Adjustable sole height
  • DIN Alpine Norm

Tracker 16 L


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Durable, low stand height and suitable DIN range
Amedeo D on Oct 5, 2013
will these bindings fit the 168 vantage theory? Do you need to know the size of my boots?
A shopper on Sep 2, 2014
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