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WTR compatibility and a beefy DIN rating combined.
The Atomic STH 2 WTR 16 Ski Binding is a burly beast of a binding with the oh-so-accommodating Walk-To-Ride compatibility. After all, you love your WTR soles because they are so comfy, but it's not convenient to change them out every time you get into your freeski bindings. Step into the 3D Driver toe piece with XL wings and Simultaneous adjustment, and, bam, you are golden. This binding is ideal for wide powder skis and park and pipe skis.
The Guardian heel piece features a smooth-operating flex interface, and the whole binding lies low and wide with short chassis and oversized platform for exceptional terrain feel and powerful transmission. Progressive transfer pads deliver increased dampening and forgiveness for easy riding on this beefcake of a binding. Freeski brakes in mid-fat to fat widths self-retract for assured clearance when riding switch. This binding also comes in a 13-DIN version.
- 7 to 16 DIN range
- 3D Driver toe with manual height adjustment
- XL wing with elastic travel
- Micro Simultaneous wing adjustment
- Low-profile chassis
- Progressive transfer pads
- Oversized steel platform
- Fixed wide stomp pedal
- Heel flex interface
- Self-retracting freeski brakes
- WTR Walk-to-Ride sole compatibility. Compatible with ISO 9523 certified AT boots and alpine boot soles; not compatible with non-certified, full-rubber AT soles
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STH2 16 WTR
This is Atomic's highest performance alpine binding for more advanced and expert skiers (there's also a 13 din model if these are two aggressive for you). It's a bomber binding that will allow you to send just about everything with confidence. The Walk To Ride compatibility is a great addition for ISO 9523 certified AT boots and alpine boot soles.Salomon sells the same binding in blue/black black/orange doesn't suit your style or match your skis as well. Check it out here:
I wanted to upload a shot for two reasons. First, the orange on the side of the binding is not pumpkin color as the image suggests, it is fluorescent orange. Neon. Second, I wanted to provide a detail shot of the track system that this binding employs, which is very different from the old STH heel.