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Atomic Shift MNC Binding

Brand: Atomic
Model: Shift MNC 13
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Price: $599.95
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The striding efficiency of tech bindings is a requirement for those who have tried them. But there is a class of skier that demands zero compromise on downhill ski performance or release safety. If that sounds like you, Atomic (together with Salomon) has finally solved your dilemma. The Shift MNC 13 is an alpine binding that has tech pins hidden in the toes so you can have the best of both worlds. If you’re a high-level free-skier or just want the most tibia-protection available, you will be thrilled by this innovative binding. The elasticity and proven release mechanism of alpine bindings is undeniably attractive, but solutions to getting uphill efficiently with those are few and far between. Now you can flip a lever in the toe and deploy some tech pins so you can skin with a natural stride and arrive with fresh legs. Those stronger legs can huck, slash, and otherwise throw the skis around on the descent, all with an alpine-style release. The Atomic Shift MNC is a great option for resort (it really is a full alpine binding), side-country, and even backcountry skiing if your priorities align. If you don’t like to hold back in nasty conditions, like to seek out big air, or are prone to nasty falls, the Shift binding should at the top of your priority list.

  • Fully DIN-certified alpine binding removes the speed governor.
  • Efficiency of a tech binding on the uphill with stashed toe pins.
  • Multi-norm toe-piece broadens the range of boot capability.
  • ISO 9462 alpine and ISO 13992 alpine touring certifications.

-> ounces
Weight (pair) 1812g
Boot Compatibility Touring, Alpine and Walk to Ride
Brakes 90mm, 100mm, 110mm, and 120mm
BSL Adjustment 30mm
Riser Heights 1 + flat
Vertical Release 6-13
Lateral Release 6-13
Crampon Ready Yes
Specs Verified Yes
Materials Carbon-infused PA, combined with aluminum and steel
Skimo Co Says
Usage Backcountry, freeriding, or alpine skiing
Notes Converts to a tech toe for touring.
Bottom Line The new standard for freeride binding, zero compromise downhill performance.
Question from Ryan Anderson
I play on putting these on two pairs of skis via inserts, my question is about brakes, are there spare brakes available to swap between the bindings, they brakes look very similar to the backland and mtn design. Also second question is about the crampon pictured, where and when can I find one of those?
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Ryan! There are definitely spare brakes, find them here. They're super easy to swap out. I don't have any Quiver Killer or Binding Freedom info on this binding, but we are working on it. You'll be able to find the ski crampon soon, we'll have it labeled as an Atomic Shift Crampon though. We don't have enough info to publish the listing but it'll be super easy to find it once it's live. Soon!
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