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Atomic Backland Brakes

Brand: Atomic
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Availability: In Stock
Price: $59.95
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Rather than integrate the brakes into the bindings, Atomic decided to make it easy on you. Manufactured in five different sizes as a modular accessory to the Backland Tour binding, the brakes sit directly underneath the baseplate of the heel piece. This affords a lot of flexibility for weight savings (remove the brake) or ski width changes (replace the brake). One large lever is thrown to retract or deploy the brakes, a motion that can be accomplished without stepping out of the binding. Available in 80mm, 90mm, 100mm, 110mm, and 120mm widths. Sold in pairs with no heel unit. The price listed is for a pair (2 brakes shipped).

7/30/2018
Question from Austin
 
Any idea when you might have the 100mm brakes back in stock?
7/30/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Austin! Atomic usually shows up fairly early and we should be seeing some around the end of August/mid-September? I have about as much control over when they show up as I do the snowpack, so don't hold too closely to that statement, but last I heard they weren't too far away.
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7/15/2018
Question from Pete
 
Hi -- I just purchased an atomic backland ski with the backland binding - it is set up for a leash system -- is it possible to retro fit a brake ? -- if so, it's a 78 waisted ski, which brake should I purchase ?

many thanks

Pete
7/15/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Pete, yes it's possible! You needed to remount the heel pieces with the brakes underneath, drilling one more hole to secure them. You definitely want the 80mm brakes for a 78.
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5/16/2018
Question from Al T
 
Hi- what size brakes for 95 mm under foot skis? Sounds stupid but a friend has 90 mm brakes (I think) and they seem WAY too small, even with bending for this size skis. Can't see what size the brakes are anywhere on them am I missing it? Thanks
5/16/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Al! Standard advice in the industry would be to point you towards the 100mm brakes. Are you measuring them when they're deployed or retracted? That'll make a big difference in terms of clearance. Most brakes build in a few millimeters of wiggle room so you could theoretically get away with a 90mm brake on a 95mm ski, though with these ones the 90mm is definitely a proper 90mm brake.
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4/5/2018
Question from Manan P
 
For Navis Freebirds (102mm), should I get 100mm brakes or 110mm? Is it a good idea to quiver killer the heel piece so I can put on the brakes when needed and take them off when needed? How easy is it to put the brakes on and off if I do that? Can I use the same length quiver killer machine screws if I end up doing that?
4/6/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Manan! Standard procedure is pointing you towards the 110mm, though if you want to potentially bend them you could get away with a 100mm. Quiver killers could be sweet in this instance, but I think it depends on how often you'll be swapping brakes for brakeless. Same machine screws for brakes and brakeless though!
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3/5/2018
Question from Joe
 
I assume 59.95 is per unit, not pair. Yes? Any chance of getting sizing larger than 100mm?
3/5/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Joe, that's for a pair. Unfortunately were out of the larger widths.
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