Hi David, if you're referring to the Shift binding, it's certified to both the ISO 9462 alpine standard and the ISO 13992 alpine touring standard.
Hi Andrew, that's correct! All options are listed in US sizes.
Hi steve, very differently! IMO, the Nanos are a powder specialty tool and tend to complain when you take them elsewhere. The Alp Tracks can rail on hard snow as well, and even transition between the two conditions very well. They feel very balanced and are pretty forgiving if you get caught in the back seat. The Nanos are a little more sensitive to mounting position, ramp angle, and stance in finding the sweet spot.
Hi Dan, yes, those will work fine!
Hi Matthew, we did get some new Vertical toe plates in stock here.