Break a toe? Building a frankenbinding? Need some toes for a splitboard? Making an expensive Christmas tree ornament? Whatever your reason, we have the ATK toe pieces that you need. Sold individually.
|Binding Model||Weight (g)||Weight (oz)|
|SL World Cup||72||2.5|
Questions & Reviews
Opening force on the toe piece is similar, the Trofeo just doesn't have springs in the design which has helped reduce weight. The carbon on the C-Raider toe piece has helped match the design on the non-carbon version, but also reduce weight.
I have a pair of the older Hagan Core 12s with front brakes from 2020. They have a standard older Dynafit mount pattern at the toe. They are pretty standard tech toes, different than the current Raider toes.
Anyways, I broke one of the toe brakes and I'm having a hard time sourcing a replacement for the 120 mm toe brakes. I was considering replacing the toes with the Trofeo toes. They have the same mount pattern and look effectively the same. I'd save some weight and use leashes. I'd also shim the toe as I prefer a flatter ramp than the current setup which is 11mm pin delta.
Any reason not to do this? I don't see much effective difference in the older Core/Raider toes and the Trofeos. Same mount pattern. The only thing I'm considering is a higher toe clamping force own the older bindings. They're 116 mm wide pow skis FWIW. Thanks.
When mixing different brands and models of bindings, there is the possibility of getting release values that differ from the indicators, so we don't officially recommend it.
However, the Cores are made by ATK, and their toes all tend to have pretty similar release strengths, so you shouldn't have much issue with that setup. You may want to get them release tested to be sure.
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