You flock to the backcountry because you dont want to follow rules or be told what to do. Ski touring allows you to set a skintrack and go where you want. In the backcountry, there arent ski patrollers telling you to slow down or restricting where you can go. So, if youre the type of skier who goes to remote places and enjoys popping off features while getting down the mountain in creative, unconventional ways - you cant have your bindings telling you no! This is why the ATK Raider 12 has become world-renowned and will not be a wet blanket on your adventures. Its lightness is there to reassure you at the trailhead as you start your long ascent and its sturdy, freeride capabilities politely ask, Thank you, may I have another? after each big cliff drop. Adjustable release values top out at an impressive 12 and an optional freeride spacer keeps things stiff under the boot. Technically the 12 in the title refers to the release value, but it could also refer to the impressive, shock-absorbing elastic heel travel of 12mm. Ultimately, the ATK Raider 12 allows you to go where you want and ski how you like.
- Weight 345 g
- Materials Alu Alloys, POM, Stainless Steel
- Release 5-12
- Adjustment 25 mm
- Ski brake 97, 102, 108, 120 mm
- Walking modes: Flat, +27,5, +30, + 44, + 49 mm
- Heel elastic travel: 12 mm (E.R.S.)