Atomic's Warden MNC 11 Ski Binding might be built for the resort, but it can handle your backcountry ski boots as well as regular resort boots. It's compatible with alpine boots, alpine touring boots, and the newer, rockered Walk to Ride (WTR) boots. Just because it's versatile ski boots doesn't mean the Warden doesn't deliver a powerful performance. On the contrary, its oversized platform includes a U-Power Toe that maximizes lateral power transmissions for precise steering and strong damping. The low profile chassis puts your foot closer to the ski to follow the ski's natural flex. The freeski brakes retract above the ski so they don't catch if you land a jump switch.
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