The Atomic Strive 14 MN Ski Bindings 2025 are engineered to excel in a wide range of skiing styles, including all-mountain, freeride, and freestyle. These bindings provide a rock-solid and stable platform that performs exceptionally well in any snow condition and skiing situation.
One of the standout features is the LDN Toe, which boasts a low center of gravity. This design positions the binding closer to the ski, resulting in an enhanced connection between the skier and the snow. This translates to improved next-to-snow feel, more direct response, and quicker reactions throughout each turn. Whether you're navigating groomed runs or deep powder, these bindings ensure a responsive and controlled ride.
The 3-Part Heel, with its low-profile design, effectively absorbs vibrations, enhancing overall comfort and stability. It also ensures a friction-free release when needed, promoting safety on the slopes. Additionally, the slightly ramped chassis places the skier in a more neutral stance while preserving the natural flex and arc of the ski. This helps maintain a balanced and fluid skiing experience.
These bindings are Multi Norm certified, accommodating various ISO norm ski boot soles, including DIN, Touring, and Walk To Ride (WTR). The Manual Toe Height Adjustment feature allows for quick and easy adjustments between different boot norms, ensuring versatility and convenience. Despite being robust and lightweight, the Strive 14 MN bindings are constructed to prioritize durability, using metal strategically where it's needed most.
Whether you're charging hard on steep descents or enjoying a variety of skiing styles and terrains, the Atomic Strive 14 MN Ski Bindings 2025 deliver the performance, stability, and versatility you need to excel in every situation.
Low Profile Chassis
A low stand height improves your feel for the terrain and enhances power transmission to the ski.
A smart click and lock brake system conveniently fastens skis together for easy shoulder carry.
This binding is TÜV certified and meets key safety and release requirements for ski bindings.