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ATK Trofeo Race Binding

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For racers looking to hit the best combination of safety and reliability, the ATK Trofeo Race Binding could be perfect binding coming in at only 145 grams. 

The toe piece of the Trofeo features ATK's EASY ENTRY SYSTEM®, which utilizes a new geometry for fast and easy step ins. They also included their MONOLINK TECHNOLOGY 1.0® to reduce the toe piece weight by 2.5 grams while also improving stiffness and downhill performance. 

The simple and durable race-style heel offers three different riser heights including flat mode, +34,5 mm, and +44 mm by turning the heel of 180°. The ATK Trofeo Race Binding is available in four different fixed release values; 4, 6, 8, and 10. This give you the ability to ski the correct release value depending on you weight and skiing ability. With the confidence of a correct release value, you can ski hard and aggressively on your way to the podium. 

  • The Easy Entry System makes step-in easy and intuitive.
  • A three-position heel flap keeps it simple and ultra-light.
  • A Trofeo exists for every racer, with 4, 6, 8, and 10 fixed release values available.
  • Feather light, tipping the scales at 145g.
  • Plus indicates that it will include the 30mm adjustment track and leash with binding
Specs Product Details
Weight 145g
Material 7075 Aluminum, Stainless Steel, POM
Release Value Fixed (4, 6, 8, 10)
Brake Width 70mm
Brake Included No

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Johnny Rizzo
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Threw this on a pair of Dynafit Blacklights for my resort uphilling setup and was very impressed. Wasn't familiar with ATK but the crew at Cripple Creek educated me right!