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Union Atlas Binding


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    Map out the mountain.

    It's no wonder the Union Atlas Binding is a favorite of all-terrain killer, Torstein Horgmo. Lightweight, responsive, and gimmick-free, these bindings waste no space on useless bells and whistles, and every feature from the Multizone highback, to the minimalist baseplate profile, to the dual-density padding is fine-tuned to improve response, comfort, and board feel. Dope details like magnesium buckles, multi-position straps, and quick-adjust forward lean give the Atlas a high-end feel without costing you more than you paid for your season pass. When you're a rider with a wider stance, the Canted Gas Pedals on the Atlas supply extra leverage for ollie power, as well as allow the ankle and knee joints to be aligned, thus alleviating pain.

    The Atlas highback eliminates highback bite for improved comfort and is cored-out to minimize weight without sacrificing response; plus, Vaporlite (injected-EVA) bushings dampen vibrations for a smooth ride. An extruded 3D aluminum heelcup reduces weight while maintaining strength and stiffness, and the Stage III Duraflex ST Atlas baseplate makes minimal contact with your board to eliminate dead zones in the board's flex beneath your feet. The SonicFuse ankle strap provides a secure and responsive fit without creating painful pressure points, and the toe strap is low-profile and cored-out to wrap around the front of your boot for a comfy and secure fit.

    • Multi-zoned Atlas highback
    • Canted power
    • Stage III Duraflex ST baseplate
    • Vaporlite (injected-EVA) bushings
    • Extruded 3D aluminum heelcups
    • SonicFuse straps
    • Magnesium buckles
    • Item #UNN001C

    Tech Specs

    Stage 3 Duraflex ST (nylon fiberglass blend), 3D extruded aluminum heelcup
    Baseplate Padding
    Vaporlite (EVA)
    Ankle Strap
    4-hole, channel
    Tool-less Adjustment
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Shreds the pow!

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I have used this binding off jumps, on groomers, in powder and in tight woods and I haven't been disappointed yet. I did have to send mine back though because a 10.5 wouldn't fit the M/L like the chart said it would.

    Incorrect sizing/conversion

    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

    These bindings rock but now I have to buy elsewhere because of RMA for inadequate sizing and now a lack of availability. Plus I had to pay additional shipping for the returned item because I don't have a printer. Take the $6.99 return shipping offer if you have to return.

    FYI, these bindings are as squeaky as my dog's toy.

    Love em

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I've been on a pair of Union Force's the last few seasons, which were awesome, but decided to try out the Atlas bindings this year. After about ten days on these things i'm sold. Great all-mountain bindings; the medium stiffness and canting makes for a very responsive ride without feeling rigid. The straps can be adjusted quickly without a tool, a great feature. I'm a 10.5 and got the L/XL which is currently set to the smallest setting and they fit great.

    Great bindings, watch your sizing

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    These are great bindings, I use these for trees, groomers, pow, and jumps. Awesome canting, highback, cushioning, the works.

    Watch your sizing because I wear a size 9.5 in thirty-two boots and I have absolutely everything maxed out on the M/L. The stated size range seems to be dependent on boot brands. Strapping in is pretty difficult and I feel like the straps are to short. If I could go back, I'd definitely buy the L/XL. Other than that, I highly recommend these.

    Edit: be sure to check your screws each morning...I had one of the ankle straps come off the last time I was on top of the mountain. Luckily, I didn't lose any parts and I had a screwdriver on me.

    New and Improved

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I have ridden Union for 5 years now and have always been really happy with the performance, comfort and overall experience with these bindings. Three years ago I fell in love with the Atlas and pretty much had decided I would never ride anything else. And then they took it away!! Well its back and better than ever. Asymmetrical waffled high back, canted foot bed and super cush ankle strap paired up with the NEW ULTRAgrip toe strap!? It's gonna be a good season...

    IT's BACK!It's BACK!

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Yes!!! The Atlas is back. After a years absence in the Union line, the Atlas is back with an all new high back and canting. This binding is team favorite. If you are considering a Force, but are on the lighter side or just like a little softer baseplate, the Atlas is perfect. With all new straps and mellow canting underfoot, the Atlas is one of the most comfortable bindings in the game. The asymmetrical waffle highjack is light and supportive against the heel loop but is torsionally flexible for grabs.
    The Atlas is a staple in the Union Binding collection.

    IT's BACK!It's BACK!

    I'm with Big Jim. Union's website says the Atlas highback and baseplate are slightly stiffer than the Force's, but you seem to be saying the opposite. I'm interested in which ever's stiffer for my all mountain board.