Does a dawn patrol mean at least 4-5000 feet of climbing? Do you want to ski lines in multiple drainages in one day? Weighing in around the 200-gram mark, the ATK Kuluar 9 LT should be the lightweight speed tourer's weapon of choice. As you begin your day, you’ll notice the efficient race flaps. When the skinner gets steep, you’ll happily enjoy the fact that such a lightweight binding has a second riser, available by rotating the heel 180°. Should you take a spill and lose a ski, the included Kevlar core leash will keep the ski from sliding to the bottom. As you descend in style, the spring-loaded heel allows 10mm of fore and aft travel in case you bottom out on a drop. You’ll also appreciate the 20mm of adjustment in the heel that accommodates multiple boots, the removable crampon receptor, and adjustable lateral release. Rest assured that you'll have everything you need and nothing you don't. With critical features and a bantamweight build coming from a renowned binding manufacturer, you can trust that the ATK Kuluar 9 LT will keep you touring for years.
- 20mm of heel adjustability allows the use of multiple pairs of boots.
- A flat mode and two riser heights allow you to stay moving efficiently.
- Included kevlar core leash keeps your ski from running away in case of a binding release.
- Convenient race flap lends itself to quick transitions, flipping over completely for a high riser.
- A spring-loaded heel track will absorb those drops without a pre-release.
- Also available with a 12 release spring.
||2 + Flat|
||7075 aluminum, stainless steel, POM|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Speed touring until the street lights go on|
|Notes||Faster transitions with race flap|
|Bottom Line||Generously featured binding at an exceptional weight|
|Compare to other Lean Bindings|
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