Atomic Tracker 16 Large Ski Bindings 2014

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Atomic - Tracker 16 Large Ski Bindings 2014
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Designed for ultimate pow shredders, the Atomic Tracker 16 Small Ski Bindings will take you up the mountain before dropping you into some of the sickest lines you've ever laid your eyes upon. The pinnacle of touring shred clamps, the 2 climbing aid positions and easy hike and ride switch allows for a seamless transition from touring to total domination of your favorite pow spot. The oversized platform ensures epic power transmission to the ski, while the Tracker 16's low 26 mm stack height feels and skis like your favorite non-touring bindings.

Product Details


Flat Front Toe Piece makes 90 degree rotation possible and makes your climb effortless.

Metal on Metal Toe Pin increases durability and product longevity.


Steel heel housing and screw reinforcement for increased durability.

Tour Mode

Hike & Ride SwichA quick, easy and convenient switch between skiing and hiking mode without having to remove the skis.

2 Climbing Aid Positions

Additional Features

Low Profile ChassisLow stand height for increased terrain feedback and enhanced power transmission.

Oversized PlatformA super wide platform to ensure maximum power transmission.

Adjustable Sole Height

DIN Alpine Norm

Walk to Ride CompatibleWorks with all Walk to Ride (WTR) soles

Boot Sole LengthFits boots from 305 - 360 mm

Ski Compatibility

We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.


  • Type: Frame
  • Ability Level: Advanced-Expert More 
  • DIN / Release Value Low: 5
  • DIN / Release Value High: 16
  • Warranty: 2 Years More 
Size (mm) 100 115 130
Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 1501

Other Notes

Atomic products can only be shipped within the United States



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Atomic Tracker 16 Large Ski Bindings 2014

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Versatile bindings


from Seattle, WA

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  • Adjustable
  • Easy Entry & Release
  • Good Interface
  • Good Shock Absorption


    Best Uses

    • Downhill
    • Short Tours

    Comments about Atomic Tracker 16 Large Ski Bindings 2014:

    The Tracker 16 is a very versatile binding that allows for great down hill use but is also an awesome binding for short tours when in search of fresh snow. Not a great binding for long extensive tours as they were designed to perform just as good as any other alpine binding but with touring abilities. I skied a majority of my days inbounds and found that the bindings performed great and didn't hold me back from charging hard. Awesome binding!

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    Tracker 16


    from Stevens Pass

    Our employees buy and use the gear we sell all the time! When our staff writes a review, we identify it with this evoCrew Staff badge.

    Comments about Atomic Tracker 16 Large Ski Bindings 2014:

    The Tracker 16 comes back unchanged except a fresh new copper paint job. I've skied these a number of times now and each time it's a great experience. The binding performs like a traditional alpine binding on the down and on the climb it feels efficient enough for its intended use. Most of the backcountry I access is from the resort via boot packs that are quicker walk than to transition in and out of skins, the rest of the time I'm skiing in bounds or maybe an early or late season tour to keep the legs in shape. For me the Tracker is a great compromise. When I do go up it's not usually fast and I take my time transitioning to head back down. I've skied the Duke also and it works well too. Why I prefer the Tracker is the fact that I don't have to exit the system to change between climb and ski and that the ski still has some natural flex to it. The two angles on the climbing bars are adequate, if I had one complaint it would be that there is no zero degree climb setting. That aside, I can use this binding all season in and out of the resort and never feel like I had to make a compromise to use my skis for touring. Bottom line... I'll still plan to ski my traditional alpine bindings 75% of the time but I'm glad to have something in my quiver that enables me the freedom to decide where I want to go if conditions or crowds permit and still confident in my gear's downhill performance.

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