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Atomic X 12 Ski Bindings

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Atomic X 12 Ski Bindings, , 600
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The Atomic X 12 is the go-to binding for any racer who is skiing on Atomic Redster race skis. The Full Flex action enhances a smooth and natural flex out of your skis. Atomic's X-Race Platform gives you a FIS legal stand height with the leverage to tip your skis on edge as you are ripping and gripping through the course.

  • X Race Platform
  • Full Flex


Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

Ski Gear Intended Use  Race Category  Race Bindings Max Din Setting  12
Actual Din Range  4-12 Recommended Weight Range  85-260 lbs. Binding Weight  6.48 lbs.
Warranty  One Year Skill Range  AdvancedIntermediate-Expert Model Year  2017
Model Number  AD5001610075 Product ID  471527   
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Q: Wondering if these are Neox or Var?
Asked : Aug 01, 2017
By : parttimecanadian, Glacier, Washington
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A: Atomic replaced the NEOX with the X series. The Var has adjustments that can be made to the boot sole of the ski. The X series does not have this adjustment. The Var, X and Neox all have the same hole pattern, so you can use them on any race skis that have that pattern.
Answered : Aug 01, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I just ordered skis: Atomic Redster FIS SL Race Skis SKU#: 385126, Model Year 2014-will these bindings work?
Asked : Mar 22, 2017
By : LeBeau, Ketchum
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A: This binding is designed to be mounting on that Redster SL plate. The hole pattern has not changed over the years.
Answered : Mar 22, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
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