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Keeps you in and lets you out with the reliability of a Swiss timepiece.

The Atomic FFG Team 16 Binding features the same low-profile stance, wide platform, and steel components as Salomon's tried-and-trusted STH 16 Binding, but with graphics made to match your Atomic skis. Whether or not you rock Atomic boards, these big-daddy binders have a 6-16 DIN range that leaves big-mountain riders, hardcore park-and-pipe peeps, and hard-charging freeriders gawking at its reliability.

  • 6-16 DIN range for hardcore freeriders, professional or up-and-comer park and pipe skiers, and big-mountain chargers
  • Low-profile stance provides lower stand height, which improves your edge-to-edge power transmission
  • Wide platform accommodates wide skis and gives you quick edge-to-edge responsiveness
  • Steel components and screw reinforcements add durability and security, and supply a solid feeling when you send it, while the composite construction helps lighten the binding's weight
  • Adjustable wing width and toe height dial in your fit and performance
  • Stomp toe pad helps absorb shock when you drop cliffs, lay down sweet pillow lines, or perfect your skills in the half pipe
  • Brakes available in either 90 or 130mm lengths

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5 5

Great binding

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Very solid and only release when you want them to. Can;t go wrong with these.

5 5

go to binding

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is my Go-to binding of choice. Its a great balance of bomber-to-wheight ratio, and I never have any problems with em. It has a din of 16 even though I never go much above 13, I like that its in the middle of the range rather than being pinned.