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Trofeo 10 Alpine Touring Binding

5 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews



Why We Like The ATK Trofeo 10 Alpine Touring Binding

There is no such thing as too light when we're moving fast through the backcountry, and the ATK Trofeo 10 Alpine Touring Binding is here to help us cut weight without sacrificing performance or durability. The release value of 10 allows us to go full tilt as we descend, while the three heel risers allow for comfortable climbing. The Monolink System reduces the weight of the toe piece, and the Easy Entry System allows us to quickly clip in and head into the mountains at a moment's notice.


  • Ultralight touring bindings for committed backcountry racers
  • Release rating of 10 is ideal for skiing big, aggressive lines
  • Three climbing levels keep us moving uphill efficiently
  • Easy Entry System allows for a smooth step-in
  • Extremely durable materials allow us to charge downhill
  • Exceptionally lightweight construction allows us to move fast
  • Tech bindings are compatible with boots that have tech fittings
  • Item #ATK000U
aluminum 7075, POM, stainless steel
Release Rating
Boot Compatibility
Brakes Included
Safety Features
Easy Entry System
Heel Elevators
flat, +34.5mm, +44mm
Claimed Weight
[single] 5.1oz (145g)
backcountry skiing

Overall Rating

5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

October 28, 2023

Simple light binding

Simple and light with a great price per gram value.

Brian W.

Originally reviewed on blackdiamondequipment.com

5 out of 5 stars

May 26, 2022

Great features, light weight

I bought the ATK Trofeo since the Trofeo-Plus variation was sold out. By mounting it on a slider plate and adding crampon clips I essentially re-created the Trofeo-Plus. I've been out on a few tours so far and here are my observations. Toe click-in is positive and easy compared to other brands I've used (Dynafit ST, old model Vipecs, G3 Ion, Plum Oazo). My boots are Scarpa F1's. Heel lift height is ok, depending on your prefs. I tend to use the low riser mostly, and transition to downhill by flipping the riser out of the way & stepping heel down. If you use the higher heel lifts, you'd have to rotate the turret, not a huge deal but something to be aware of. Other brands/models will have higher lift heights but I don't think that was the intended mission for this binding. The crampon slot works like most of the others - slide in from the side. All in all I'm very happy with the feature set, usability, and light weight.

Katherine P.

Originally reviewed on blackdiamondequipment.com

5 out of 5 stars

March 8, 2022

great binding in a small package

The old adage says durable, light and cheap... pick two. The ATK Trofeo/BD helio 145 seems to be the exception to this. It's been bomber, weighs next to nothing, has no durability issues and skis well. It has great riser heights and no snow packing issues I have skiied a lot of AT tech and frame bindings in the past decade, everything Fritschi has ever made plus a few G3, ATK and Dynafit options. The Fritschi Xenic is still my favorite balance of weight/ski performance/safety features. The Trofeo removes safety features and ski performance features (elasticity, adjustable release, ski brakes) but weighs half and skis almost as well. This means it is perfect for when being light and fast are top priority, particularly in situations where the terrain is predictable and lower consequence so safety features are less important. Also, I got it with an adjustment plate since I have multiple pairs of boots. If I was doing it again, I would have gotten the adjustment plate with the brakes...ops.

Jeffrey B.

Originally reviewed on blackdiamondequipment.com