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Freeraider 15 EVO Binding

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Why We Like The ATK Bindings Freeraider 15 EVO Binding

From the DIN-certified adjustment in the toe to the automatically adjusted brake that locks out in walk mode, the ATK Bindings Freeraider 15 EVO Binding seems to have thought of it all. More broadly, these bindings are designed for avid backcountry skiers who like the confidence of a predominantly metal construction, the reliability of DIN adjustments in the toe and heel, and a light weight that means no line is off limits.


  • Backcountry bindings designed to balance up- and downhill performance
  • DIN adjustments in the toe and the heel piece lock in retention
  • Crampon compatibility encourages you to adventure further
  • Easy entry system in the toe makes changing over a breeze
  • Snowpack-proof helps you beat others to the fresh powder
  • Burly brake adds peace of mind as you clip in on the ridge
  • Item #ATK0014
aluminum 7075, POM, stainless steel
Release Rating
7 - 15
Boot Compatibility
Brake Width
97mm, 102mm, 108mm, 120mm
Brakes Included
Safety Features
CAM Release System, Elastic Response System, Magneto Heel Flap System, Easy Entry System, Snow Pack Proof System, Up-Hill Hardness Variation System, Release Adjustment Toe Piece
Heel Elevators
flat, 35.5mm, 49mm
Claimed Weight
13.9oz (395g)
backcountry skiing, ski mountaineering

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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Andrew AGearhead
5 out of 5 stars

March 25, 2024

The only pins I'll ever use

I didn't know how much I could love my bindings, but these Freeraiders from ATK really are a level up. Every part of them is well thought out and the company was literally started machining parts for sports cars. That attention to detail paired with a masterful construction all come together to make a binding better than anything else on the market, and I have tried them all at this point. Also, after years in the back shop, I am impressed with the innovations they have been making (the adjustable toe release not being the least of them). I am not 100% sure the freeride spacers actually do anything, but they sure seem to drive my fat touring setup better than they have any right to.