You are unlikely to confused the ATK Raider ski brakes with other models. That’s because they ride on the toe pieces instead of the heels like other bindings. It’s a neat system that causes less interference with lateral release mechanisms, and anti-friction devices are made obsolete. The Raider 2.0 brakes are lightweight like the binding but still seem to do the job. Swap skis and keep your bindings with new ATK brakes. These also work with the Hagan Core bindings.
Update: These are now available as Hagan brakes.