Atomic Backland Pure Alpine Touring Bindings

Atomic Backland Pure Alpine Touring Bindings
Atomic Backland Pure Alpine Touring Bindings
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Backland Pure Alpine Touring Bindings by Atomic
The Backland Pure is Atomic's lightest ski binding built for backcountry touring, rando racing, and ski mountaineering. It boasts a surprising list of features for only weighing ten ounces, including a step-in aid at the tech toe piece that eases clipping in. The hike-and-ride switch initiates quick-and-easy transitions from walk mode to ski mode. Being the lightest, the Backland Pure has a brakeless construction with an included leash for security. It is compatible with crampons if you want to explore more mountainous sides of the backcountry.

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SKU: ATOK19T
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