Code: WINTER20

Description

A respected, durable, lightweight, low-profile clamp for advanced skiers.

When you click into a pair of the Atomic FFG 12 Ski Bindings, you know you have a solid, quality product. This tried-and-tested binder has all the security features you need when you ski nonstop top-to-bottom groomers, explore tree-lined terrain, and play in the park and pipe. Its low-profile stance provides lower stand height which improves your edge-to-edge power transmission, while its automatic wing adjustment lets you dial in your performance.

  • 4-12 DIN range provides all-mountain chargers, up-and-comer park riders, and bluebird-weather skiers a solid, secure, reliable binding
  • Low-profile stance provides lower stand height which improves your edge-to-edge power transmission
  • Wide mount point gives quick edge-to-edge responsiveness
  • Steel components and screw reinforcements add durability and security and supply a solid feeling when you send it, while its composite construction helps lighten the binding's load
  • Adjustable wing width and toe height dial in your fit and performance
  • Stomp toe pad helps absorb shock when you perfect your skills in the park and pipe, learn to double moguls, or drop small airs
  • Brakes available in either 90, 110, or 115mm lengths

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Was wondering how these would go with a...

Was wondering how these would go with a set of 4FRNT Switchblades 181cm 122/88/116? size, din being 4-12

Best Answer Responded on

Size wise the 90mm size of this binding would fit that ski great.

I have 167 mm 4FRNT skis and I ski quite...

I have 167 mm 4FRNT skis and I ski quite a bit of park. Will these bindings fit my ski and supplement my aggressive skiing?

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These are great bindings depending on your weight and how aggressive you ski , you may want a binding with a DIN of 14 or 16

Would this binding be sufficient for the...

Would this binding be sufficient for the Armada Cantika women's ski? Dimensions of the ski:
150 cm, 114/78/104

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Andrew,

These bindings would be a good choice, however you will have to swap out the brakes. 90mm is going to be too wide for your 78mm ski. This can easily be done at a local ski shop for about 10-20$. Alternatively you can search for some bindings with an 80mm wide brake.

What size brakes would I need for skis...

What size brakes would I need for skis with a 99mm waist? Are the 100mm brakes sufficient?

Responded on

Greetings Brap!
Yep, the 100mm brakes will work quite nicely with your 99mm skis. Party on.

I currently have a set of marker dukes...

I currently have a set of marker dukes installed on my line prophet 90 skis. I'm looking for a lighter binding. Would these bolt right on or would new holes need to be drilled?

I have a 93 underfoot ski, should I get...

I have a 93 underfoot ski, should I get the 90mm brake or 100mm brake?

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Russel,
Either of those brake widths will work just fine for the Atomic FFG 12 Ski Binding with 93mm underfoot. However, I would probably suggest going with the 100mm so that you don't have to bend out the brakes at all. The 3.5mm overwidth on either side shouldn't be in the way at all, even if you ski aggressively tight turns.

4 5

Simple

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

I gave these to my brother for Christmas (the 115mm) to mount on his JJ's that he got a while back. He is a beg-intermediate skier, so these bindings are a good set-up for him for the time being.

4 5

Solid for 12 din

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is one of the more trustworthy 12 din bindings I'd say. I've used them myself on my park skis with good results so decided to get this set up for the lady friend. So far, so good.
I'm very particular about bindings, so 4 stars is solid.

4 5

Atomic binding

A little different color scheme than what's pictured. There is no blue on them at all. Mine are all black and white. Seem to be a solid binding. So far I am pleased with them.

Can the Atomic FFG 12 bindings be compatible...

Can the Atomic FFG 12 bindings be compatible with AT {rockered sole} ski boots since the toe piece is adjustable for both height and width. ? Thank you

Responded on

That is not a recommended set up since there is no way to guarantee consistent and reliable release. The variety of rubber materials used and their corresponding friction in the system make it a very bad idea to use AT boots in alpine bindings. If you are looking for something burly that would work you might want to look at a Marker Duke or something in that family as it has a sliding AFD designed to work with rockered AT boot soles.

5 5

Great Bindings

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

These bindings were put on Atomic Theory Skis and they were a perfect fit. Very adjustable to any type of skier.

4 5

Solid Binders

I just got these for my sister for christmas and she loves them! They aren't the burliest of bindings, but for her they are perfect!