Skimo Co

ATK Trofeo Brake Binding

$519.95 $499.95

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As per usual in sports, World Cup competitions drive innovation. The Trofeo Brake Bindings allow entry into the race category with an ISMF-approved braking system that doubles as compliance with ski-resort policies. With one heel flap that controls uphill/downhill mode and brake position, this race binding focuses on simplicity and value. As compared to the ATK Revolution WC, the braked Trofeo has a less expensive classic toe design and more durable steel U-springs which will appeal to the common folk. ATK offers two versions based on skier size: standard and lightweight (LT) which approximate release values of 9 and 6 respectively. At a fraction of the weight of most bindings with brakes, the Trofeo Brake will also appeal to those trying to tick ski-resort requirements when uphill training. Made with Aluminium 7075 and stainless steel, the ATK Trofeo Brake and Trofeo Brake Lightweight are built to last in a class all their own.

  • ISMF-friendly race binding will future-proof you for years.
  • One riser is also the mode switch (no flat mode).
  • Selectable lateral and vertical release of 9 or 6 (LT).
  • Brakes accommodate up to ~71mm wide skis.
  • Optional crampon receptor can be added.
convert to ounces
146g [Brake]
144g [Brake Lightweight]
Weight (pair) 292g [Brake]
288g [Brake Lightweight]
Boot Compatibility   Tech only
Brakes (mm)   70mm
BSL Adjustment   None
Riser Heights   1 (no flat)
Vertical Release   9 [Brake]
6 [Brake Lightweight]
Lateral Release   9 [Brake]
6 [Brake Lightweight]
Crampon Ready   Removable Accessory
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Aluminium 7075, POM, Stainless steel
Skimo Co Says
Usage Skimo racing, training
Notes Heel flap also controls the brake mode
Bottom Line Best value race binding with brakes
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Evan
Which DIN do you recommend for somebody who is 5’11” and 170 pounds? R9 seems high but R6 seems low.
Answer from Jeff
Hello Evan
You can calculate the Release value here - Binding value. You need the Boot sole length and other things to calculate.
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Question from Keith
Will this work with a dynafit black light 74? I know it says up to 71mm, can 3mm of extra clearance be had by bending at all? If not, do you have a lightweight race binding with brake recommendation for the black light 74?
Answer from Niko M
Hi Keith! Pushing the brake out past 71mm is not recommended and would certainly increase the risk of damage, however, it has likely been done. The Grizzly Olympic Binding would safely accommodate the Black Light 74. Thanks!
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Question from Jeppe
Is this compatible with the ATK adjustment plate?
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Jeppe, yes, we've mounted this heel on an R01 plate. It works!
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Question from Dane
What niche does this binding fill? The pre-brake Trofeo was heavier than the SL WC but offered a flat touring mode and an extra riser height. The brake-equipped version of the Trofeo looks like a heavy version of the SL WC. Am I missing something?
Answer from jbo
Hi Dane, it's a less expensive binding with a touch more durability owing to the thicker toe piece.
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Question from Jon
Is it possible to buy only the brake?
I have the old trofeo...
Answer from Cole P
Hey Jon, this brake is integrated into the heel piece of the binding so when you transition from hike to ski the brakes are automatically deployed. This provides the fewest movements for speedy transitions. If speed is not a concern we do have the ATK race brakes and the Black Diamond Helio brakes. They both will require you to manually lock and unlock the brake when transitioning. The only difference between the two is the Black Diamond Helio brakes will have an adjustable track where the ATK race brake does not.
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