Atomic Prolink Access Classic Binding

Atomic Prolink Access Classic Binding
Atomic Prolink Access Classic Binding
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Prolink Access Classic Binding by Atomic
A solid binding for the classic track and Nordic touring, Atomic's Prolink Access Classic Binding delivers the control of a dual-ridge binding with the added convenience of a single axe design. The low boot-to-binding interface offers exceptional snow feel, and the Full Contact Engine delivers direct power transfer so very little energy is lost between the boot and ski. Atomic gave this binding an ergonomic lever to reduce the amount of time you spend fiddling with your skis at the Nordic track, and the composite construction is built to take some abuse when decide to cut your own trail through the soft snow.

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