Atomic STH2 WTR 16 Ski Binding

Atomic STH2 WTR 16 Ski Binding
Atomic STH2 WTR 16 Ski Binding
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STH2 WTR 16 Ski Binding by Atomic
Atomic's STH binding series have long been the clamps of choice for freeriders who want some extra beef when pointing their skis down big and burly lines, and the new STH2 16 WTR Ski Binding is the burliest in the line. With a DIN that maxes out at 16, an oversized platform for secure mounting and efficient power transfer, and a low-profile chassis to keep you close and connected to your skis, the STH2 16 is a binding built to drive big skis down even bigger lines. It's been newly updated to be compatible with Atomic/Salomon's WTR rockered boot soles as well as traditional alpine soles, so you can switch back and forth from your Guardian or Tracker bindings to your STHs without having to switch out boots or soles.The STH2 WTR still has the classic 3D Driver Toe for consistent multi-directional release, serious elastic travel to prevent pre-releasing, and progressive transfer pads to serve up a smooth, vibration-free ride. The wings and toe height are easy to adjust, so you can nail the perfect fit without missing out on the pow because you had to fiddle around in the shop for an hour.

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SKU: ATO004F
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