Burly, absolutely dependable and with the most positive step-in action of any high-end alpine binding (especially valuable in soft snow), the Atomic STH2 13 Ski Bindings mirror the STH2 16 except for spring weight. With a steel housing, low profile design and super solid hold-down and elasticity, the STH2 13 gets it done with a huge margin of safety.
STH2 3D Driver Toe Slightly wider platform (vs STH) with release for better power transmission
Stomp Pedal Shock absorption under the toe
Toe height and width adjustment for the perfect fit
STH2 Heel Piece Compared to STH, STH2 has more shock absorption and elasticity with a wider base for improved power transmission.
Freeski Brakes Self retracting brakes eliminate hang ups on switch landings.
Oversized Platform A super wide platform to ensure maximum power transmission on fatter skis.
Low Profile Chassis Low stand height for increased terrain feedback and enhanced power transmission.
Steel Housing High-impact steel construction that stands up against the wear and tear of park and pipe or powder sessions.
Progressive Transfer Pads Progressive feel with increased dampening and forgiveness in a strong binding.
Stack Height 18.4 mm
Compatible with ISO 5355 Alpine and WTR Soles
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
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Comments about Atomic STH2 13 Ski Bindings 2015:
Good DIN reality check -- it's one of the first bindings where the low shop setting actually works. I pushed these through spring moguls and never pre-released, didn't have to crank them up!