Atomic Z 12 Ski Binding

Atomic Z 12 Ski Binding
Atomic Z 12 Ski Binding
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Z 12 Ski Binding by Atomic
If you like bumps, stumps, jumps, hardpack, powder--basically if you like tearing up the whole mountain--Atomic's Z 12 Ski Binding can deliver. Its 4-12 DIN setting is suitable for intermediates to mid-weight expert rippers, along with wings that automatically adjust to your boot width and height for a seamless step-in. The binding's low stand height gives it impressive power transmission and great responsiveness so you can better feel the terrain, while its high lateral transmission increases your overall control of the ski.

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SKU: ATO00C3
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