10/16/2017
 
Hey Aitor, gracias por llegar. El plástico MemoryFit debe ser moldeado por un profesional con el equipo adecuado que la mayoría de las tiendas de esquí no tienen (es un método de moldeo patentado que utiliza Atomic). ¡Es una idea bastante intrigante y hemos encontrado un gran éxito con Backland Carbon! El trazador de líneas no nos ha presentado ningún problema, aparte del hecho de que es bastante ajustado. Se moldea muy bien, aunque el brazalete es mucho más bajo en el frente que su Alien 1.0, así que a men...
10/16/2017
 
Hey Eric, thanks for reaching out. Just tested the Petzl Leopard with the rear lever and found no problems. In fact, the curvature of the heel cup and the lever match really well, it's almost like they were made for each other. Plus, there is just enough space between the crampon lever and the catch on the boot to sneak your thumb in to pop the crampons off.
10/10/2017
 
Hey Scott, thanks for reaching out! This just fits the lugs of a dedicated kids binding, rather than the larger lugs on a junior binding. There are some pretty complicated plastic stops on this binding that will limit the 5mm of range you are looking for. If you have the skills I'd say you might be able to attempt a pretty involved modification, but otherwise you'll open up a huge can of worms and will forfeit your ability to warranty or return them.
10/10/2017
 
Hey Ryan, thanks for reaching out! 1) This isn't definitely a case of "yer gonna die" but it's also not definitely not a case of "yer gonna die." Maybe more of a case of "we don't recommend it, but try at yer own risk if yer motivated." Either way, probably not wise to mix any part of the Rad 2.0 and any part of a more traditional binding like the Speed Rad as the springs in both the toe and heel on each binding is tuned differently and who knows how they will end up behaving in release tests. Could be so...
10/7/2017
 
Hey Ted, they're 38g per side, excluding hardware.