The full-fat Backland FR with more surface area for deep storm days.
The Atomic Tracker 16 MNC ski binding will revolutionize your time in the backcountry: the Low Profile Chassis features a low stand height for greater stability downhill, plus enhanced terrain feedback for greater sensitivity. Our Oversized Platform also enables maximum power transmission and responsiveness, giving you more precise turns even at higher speeds. It’s now MNC certified so it’s compatible with all boot sole norms: DIN, Touring and Walk To Ride (WTR). And thanks to the Hike & Ride Switch, you no longer have to take your skis off when switching between hiking and riding modes – all it takes is a simple push with your ski pole.
The Atomic STH² 16 WTR is a low-built freeski binding – built specially for wide powder and park & pipe skis. Its high-impact steel housing stands up against the most punishing skiing, while the shock-absorbing Progressive Transfer Pads cushion the hardest landings. The Oversized Platform enables you to transfer more power to the ski while the self-retracting Freeski Brakes come into their own on switch landings and in soft snow, eliminating hang-ups and drag on powder. The height-adjustable STH² 16 WTR is compatible with WTR soles, and stepping into the binding is easy even in deep powder. Finally, a maximum release value of 16 makes this the ideal binding for aggressive skiers.
Atomic Backland FR is the top model in our Backland FR range, created with freeride pros like Sage Cattabriga-Alosa. It has a 117 mm waist, Carbon Backbone and Powder Rocker profile. It also features revolutionary HRZN Tech in the tip for more surface area and even better floatation. It’s stiff enough for aggressive skiing on deep storm days or shredding Big Mountain spines. It also delivers on harder snow thanks to the camber underfoot. And we’ve made Backland FR light without sacrificing stability thanks to a Light Woodcore. This also makes them awesome Freeride Touring skis: great for reaching those best spots – boot packing or skinning.