When the ski area becomes too small and your aspirations begin to include a bigger canvas, a strong binding with touring capability becomes a must. Feed that hunger with the Atomic Tracker 16 Small Ski Bindings. Burly enough to let you ski the way you always ski, the 2015 Atomic Tracker series now includes a sliding AFD (anti-friction device) that makes it compatible with Alpine, Alpine Touring or Walk To Ride (WTR) soles. Stop complaining about those powder day lift lines and do something about it with the Atomic Tracker 16.
Adjustable Sole Height
Flat Front Toe Piece makes 90 degree rotation possible and makes your climb effortless.
Metal on Metal Toe Pin increases durability and product longevity.
Switch from Hike to Ski Mode and Back Without Removing Skis
Steel heel housing and screw reinforcement for increased durability.
Hike & Ride Switch A quick, easy and convenient switch between skiing and hiking mode without having to remove the skis.
2 Climbing Aid Positions
MultiNorm Certified TÜV (Technischer Überwachungs Verein) certified for use with ISO 5355 Alpine, ISO 9523 Alpine Touring, and WTR (Walk To Ride) soles.
Low Profile Chassis Low stand height for increased terrain feedback and enhanced power transmission.
Oversized Platform A super wide platform to ensure maximum power transmission on fatter skis.
Stack Height 21 mm
Size Small Fits boot sole lengths from 260 mm to 320 mm
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 Tracker 16 Small Ski Bindings 2015:
I bought these bindings for my son along with a pair of Line Supernatural 100 skis and some Atomic Waymaker boots. All the items were on sale and I took the advice of a telephone Evo representative in making these selections. When they arrived, I took them to my local ski shop in PA to get them mounted. In spite of the fact that I did not purchase any of this equipment at their store, the ski tech was raving about how great this set-up was. I was so pleased to hear this as I knew nothing about alpine touring, and relied on the Evo rep to help me select the right combination. Looks like I could not have had better advice, and the whole set up cost just $800, which is pretty awesome! Thanks Evo!