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ATK Raider 10 Binding

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The Raider 10 is ATKs acclaimed Raider 12 but better targetted towards average-and-lighter weight skiers. That means you'll have one of the lightest fully-featured bindings on the market so you can make multi-lap outings common. You get all the high-end ATK tech like the sealed toe piece that ameliorates the problem of snow buildup under your wings that might prevent a secure closure. Plenty of riser options with magnetic restraints offer frustration-free high stepping. Softer springs bring the release values down to 4-10 in both lateral and vertical directions while a tension-adjust mechanism in the toe lets you control the uphill release. The ATK Raider 10 is complete binding that will complete your transition into a backcountry skiing machine.

  • Easy Entry System is a toe wing geometry that naturally encourages boot entry.
  • Snowpack Proof toe prevents potentially dangerous build-up under the wings.
  • Magneto Heel flaps stay in place while you huff it uphill on varying terrain.
  • Uphill Hardness Variator offers control of the lock tension while skinning.
  • Elastic Response System activates if the ski overflexes so you don't pre-release.
  • Cam Release System makes the vertical release reliable and step-in a breeze.
convert to ounces
344g [97mm]
Weight (pair) 688g [97mm]
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes (mm)   86, 91, 97, 102, 108, 120
BSL Adjustment   25mm
Riser Heights   4 + flat
Vertical Release   4-10
Lateral Release   4-10
Crampon Ready   Yes
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   7075 aluminum, POM, stainless steel
Skimo Co Says
Usage Stress-free ski touring
Notes Sealed toe means reliable closure
Bottom Line Top ATK tech at sensible release values
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Questions & Reviews

Question from George
I weigh 180 pounds. Boot size 28.5. Typical DIN 7 to 7.5. Advanced/Expert but no big jumps or high speed interest. Looking at ATK Raider 10 verses 12. Thoughts?
Answer from Emmett I

The 10 will be just fine! If you were at an 8.5 or 9, you might want to go up to the 12, but 7-7.5 I'd go with the 10.
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Question from Jake
For 112mm waisted skis, which brakes would you go with? 120 seems pretty wide, but bending 108 out to fit 112 might be too far. Thoughts?
Answer from Will McD
Hi Jake, the ATK brakes are pretty easy to bend you should be able to bend a 108 brake to fit a 112 waist.
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Model: Raider 10 MPN: BD101839

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