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ATK Haute Route Plus Binding


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The ATK Haute Route Plus is the flag bearer in the "Lean" binding category that we made up. Skipping the brakes while offering multiple risers and fully adjustable release and sole length, the Plus offers just the right features at a compelling weight. Since it's all exquisitely machined and assembled by ATK in Italy, this is arguably the most refined binding for ski tourers looking to put in many laps in comfort. The Cam Release System features independent heel pins that can track to the outside for easy step-in and consistent release. Multiple heel risers have magnets in them so they stay in place when you're traipsing around varying terrain. The 30mm adjustment tracks accommodate your boot quiver. An all-metal construction with the latest bells and whistles from the leading craftspeople makes the ATK Haute Route Plus a great choice for your backcountry adventures.

  • All-metal build is impressively machined out of aerospace aluminum for long-term usage.
  • Double magnetic heel risers flip into place without needing to rotate the heel.
  • Included (but optional) heel adjustment plate provides a 30mm range for various boot sole lengths.
  • Cam Release System means the vertical release works reliably while remaining easy to step in.
  • Made in Italy by ATK.
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Weight (pair) 432g
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes (mm)   Leashes [18g]
BSL Adjustment   30mm
Riser Heights   4 + flat
Vertical Release   5-10
Lateral Release   5-10
Crampon Ready   Removable Accessory
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Aluminum alloy, stainless steel
Skimo Co Says
Usage Everyday touring, ski mountaineering
Notes Double heel risers add more climbing options vs the non-Plus version
Bottom Line The ultimate "lean" bindings
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Carter Hudson
Does this model also feature fore and aft elastic compensation like the FR and evo models?
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Carter,

This binding does not have rearward elastic travel, the heel position is adjustable along a track but is not springloaded.
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Question from Travis N
What is the toe/heel delta on this binding and what shim would I use to level it out if needed?
Answer from Jeff
Travis, The Delta isn't significantly different from the regular Haute Route - +6.5.
Thats a good level.
If you want to shim more, it is the Crest Toe shim, we are currently out of.
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Question from Valeriy K
What is the difference between "Haute Route 10" vs "Haute Route 10 Plus" ?
Answer from Emmett I
Hi, the Plus model has the two magnetic flip risers, whereas the standard model has one single riser. The magnetic risers give you more riser positions, and less need to rotate the heel piece to access the riser positions.
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Question from Mac
Does this binding require that you rotate the heel piece in order to hit the different riser height options? Looking for a binding that does not require heel piece rotation for use with heavy pack on long tours.
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Mac,

This is one of the best options for people who hate rotating their heel pieces! If you rotate it when you transition so that the pins are facing backward, you can flip between flat, first, and second riser heights with your pole and never have to reach down. Or, you can even run it with the pins forward and still have both riser heights, although you will not have a flat mode that way.
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Model: l10 UPC: 8055719731266

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