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WINTER 2014 TECH MANUAL ALPINE

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On the slopes. In powder. At the X Games. At the World Cup. Wherever you find skiers, you will find the highest quality equipment from ATOMIC. Because we develop tailor-made skiing equipment for every type and every level of skier. Making skiing even more exciting, even simpler and success even easier to achieve.

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CONTENT BINDINGS

BOOTS

General information ATOMIC WARRANTY POLICY 6 Atomic Binding Update 7 Schedule of indemniFIed Bindings 8 VISUAL INSPECTION 8 MAINTENANCE 10 MOUNTING BINDINGS / SELECTING AND USING THE JIG 10 DRILLING / GLUE 11 SKI BRAKE 12 mounting instruction RENTAL 12 FAT SKIS 13 mOUNTING POSITION SKIS 14-15 Mounting of Junior Sets 15

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Model description X-RACE X20 EGA/ X-RACE X19 EGA X-RACE X16 EGA/ X12 EGA X 12 / NEOX XTO 14/ 12/10 XTL XTE 10++ / XTE 7++ / XTE 045++ STH2 16 WTR / STH2 13 WTR / FFG TRACKER EVOX - EVOX++ - FFG ++ final checking Inspection / rental-test procedures / Inspection procedures Inseason sampling and inspection / release value selection important information Troubleshooting Procedures adjustment chart

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REDSTER Technology WAYMAKER Technology Hawx Technology Live fit Technology OVERLOAD Technology RENTAL Technology tracker Technology WOMEN‘S BOOTS Technology JUNIOR BOOTS Technology CUSTOMIZING YOUR BOOT MONDOPOINT TABLE Establishing the correct boot size THE ANATOMIC FIT LINERS NEW ASY recco rescue system MAKING ADJUSTMENTs REPAIRS Rental

50 56 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 70 71 71

HELMETS HELMETS CONCEPTS owners guide Size charts

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SKI SKI PREPARATION / BASE FINISH SKITIPS / Chassis / Plates /

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All rights connected with the Technical Manual are reserved by ATOMIC Austria GmbH. No parts of this Technical Manual may be reproduced or reprinted without indication of the source and prior explicit permission. All rights to change the technical details of the skis, boots and bindings and their accessories indicated in the Technical Manual are reserved.


BINDINGS

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BINDINGS

General information ATOMIC WARRANTY POLICY Thank you for buying this ATOMIC product. They are built to last. ATOMIC distributes its products through its worldwide network of authorized ATOMIC distributors and retailers. You will find herein/below all ATOMIC warranty policy details offered by ATOMIC and the ATOMIC authorized retailers.

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I. Warranty definition This warranty policy is valid as of November 1st 2010. ATOMIC provides this warranty to buyers who purchased the ATOMIC product (Product) to ATOMIC. ATOMIC Products are guaranteed against all manufacturing or material defects (Defect) for the Warranty Period as defined below. ATOMIC Products are compliant with their description and specifications; it is your responsibility to ensure that the Products you purchase are compatible for the intended use. This warranty is valid and enforceable only in the country where the Product was purchased by the end user, provided that ATOMIC has intended the Product for sale in that country. In European Economic Area countries, this warranty is also enforceable in any country within European Economic Area where ATOMIC has an authorized importer (subsidiary or distributor). Please report to the ATOMIC authorized retailers list. Depending on the country, particular and variable warranties may apply in relation to applicable legislation. Nothing in this warranty policy can exclude or limit these statutory provisions. Warranty Period The Warranty Period starts at the date of retail purchase of the Product by the original end-user purchaser. The product may consist of several different parts and different parts may be covered by different warranties periods (please report to “Warranty Period”). The Warranty Period is : Two (2) years for all products To the extent permitted by national laws, the Warranty Period will not be extended, renewed or otherwise affected due to subsequent resale, repair or replacement of the Product. However, part(s) repaired or replacement product(s) during the Warranty Period will be warranted for the reminder of the original Warranty Period provided replacement or repair has been performed by ATOMIC or an authorized ATOMIC retailer. Depending on the country, particular and variable Warranties Periods may apply in relation to applicable legislation. Nothing in this warranty policy can exclude or limit these statutory provisions.

II : The warranty does not cover: • Damages due to transportation • Damages due to storage • Damages due to improper use of the products and poor maintenance • Damages due to non-observance of the instructions or restrictions for use of the products as defined in the products owner manual • Damages due to the products normal wear and tear • Damages due to non-observance of the instructions for maintenance as defined in the products owner manual • Damages due to modification of the products • Damages due to any impact caused by sharp items, due to torsion, compression, a fall, an abnormal impact or other actions that cannot be under ATOMIC’s reasonable control. The present warranty is not enforceable if : 1. The Product is not returned in its original packaging, if it has been modified or repaired by any person or entity other than ATOMIC or an authorized ATOMIC retailer; 2. The Product has been repaired with unauthorized spare parts; 3. The Product serial number has been removed, deleted, altered or made illegible. III : Warranty enforcement In case of Defect, ATOMIC agrees to accept the claim, replace or repair the Product at no charge for the end-user and return it. This shall be determined in the sole discretion of ATOMIC or his authorized retailer, unless this is impossible or disproportionate. The remedy will be deemed to be disproportionate by ATOMIC if it imposes costs on ATOMIC which, in comparison with the alternative remedy, are unreasonable, taking into account : • The value the goods would have if there were no Defect, • The significance of the Defect, • Whether the alternative remedy could be completed without significant inconvenience to the consumer. ATOMIC agrees that all repair or replacement of the Product will occur within a reasonable period and without any major inconvenience for the consumer, taking account of the good’s kind and its fitness for purpose. The consumer is not entitled to have the contract rescinded if the Defect is minor. For all warranty claims, please produce the Product and the proof of purchase to the nearest authorized ATOMIC retailer.


iMPORTAnT nOTiCE – Atomic Binding Update The changes to our 2013-14 Binding Indemnification List reflect Atomic USA’s position regarding discontinuation of service on any bindings which are beyond their usable life. Each year, Atomic USA reviews its Binding Indemnification List. New models are added, and in some instances, older models are removed from the list. Older models are dropped to enhance the safety of skiers, and to encourage skiers not to use aged bindings for longer than their reasonably useful life. In particular, in 2008, Atomic announced a recall of certain bindings manufactured between 1998 and 2002. The bindings subject to this recall are now 11-15 years old. These bindings have been removed from 2013 Binding Indemnification List, as the bindings are beyond their useful life. This removal is consistent with Atomic’s policy on Binding Indemnification. No other bindings from 2002 or earlier are recommended for service on the Binding Indemnification List.

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In summary, skiers are best served when they are encouraged to stop using bindings that are deemed beyond their usable life by Atomic USA, or bindings which show excessive wear. Models named “RACE 10.18” and “6.14” are the only models that have been produced over a period of time which allows some vintage to be on the list of indemnified bindings, and others that have been removed from the list. For these models, dealers should refer to the included color poster (shown on the inside back cover of this document) to identify the cosmetics that are still covered under the list of indemnified bindings. If the dealer encounters a version of the “Race 10.18” or “6.14” that is not on the attached color poster, then Atomic recommends that binding should be replaced by the skier for his/her maximum safety, and should not continue to be serviced by the dealer.

If consumers have additional questions regarding the recalled bindings which are no longer recommended for use due to their age, then please direct them to Atomic’s toll-free Recall Hotline at (888) 5357555 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. MT Monday through Friday: e-mail consumerserviceUS@atomicsnow.com >>>


BINDINGS

SCHEDUlE Of INDEmNIfIED BINDINGS how to read the list : xxx > Current Line xxx > final season indemnification will be offered

atomIc retaIL

sKIBoots: Most modern ski boots conform to the ISO/dIN 5355 standard, which specifies important dimensions in the toe and heel area as well as material properties to ensure compatibility with the binding. Check: – the boot for any irregularity of the contact zones with the binding. – the boot for excessive wear in the boot toe and heel area. Heel wear is acceptable as long as stepping into the binding is smooth and uninterrupted. The dimensions of the critical toe-interface areas should fall within the limits shown in the figures. – the boot sole in the heel area for cut outs that catch the treadle or impair the brake function. – all boot components such as buckles, fitting devices or rubber inserts for proper function and condition. Boots which do not meet these criteria should berepaired or replaced.

INTERFACE TOE

INTERFACE HEEL

atomIc rentaL FFG 12 ++ XTE 10++ XTE 7 ++ XTE 045++ Race 275++ Race 310++ NeOX+ Af 412 NeOX+ Af 310 (Brake 76, 81, 88, 99) ffG 14+

eVOX 10++ eVOX 10+ eVOX 7++ eVOX 7+ eVOX 275++ eVOX 275+ eVOX 045++ eVOX 045+

min. 25

*RACe 10.18 and RACe 6.14: refer to 2013 Atomic Binding Indemnification List Update on Changes.

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sKIs: Check the skis for: – mounting screws protruding through the base. – delamination of side walls and/or top layer. – signifi cant bends. – condition of the edges and base.

19+/–1

min. 9

X 16 X 12 *RACe 10.18 *RACe 6.14 Race 275 4d 412, 4d 310 4Tix 310 fN 12 4R 310 (Brake 80, 85, 90) NeOX eBM 412 NeOX 310 NeOX 412 NeOX 614 NeOX TL 412 (Brake 76, 81, 88, 99) NeOX 6.14 RS NeOX Af 4.12 RS NeOX 14 XTO 10 R XTO 10 Af XTL 9 XTL 9 Lady XTL 7 XTL 045 ffG 16 TeAM ffG 14 TeAM ffG 14 ffG 9 (Brake 80, 90, 100, 115, 130) eVOX 10 eVOX 7 eVOX 3.9 eVOX 2.8 eVOX 310 eVOX 275 eVOX 11 XTL 10 Junior (Brake 80, 90, 100)

Before performing any assembly or adjustment of the system for the customer, a careful check and evaluation of each system’s components is necessary.

30+/–1

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TRACKER 16 WTR TRACKER 13 WTR STH 2 16 WTR STH 2 13 WTR (Brake 90, 100, 115, 130) X 20 EGA X 19 VAR X 16 VAR X12 VAR X 12 X 12 TL XTO 14 XTO 12 XTO 12 RACE XTO 10 XTO 10 AF, (Brake 80, 90, 100, 115, 130) XTE 10 XTE 7 XTE 045 XTL 10 RACE XTL 7 RACE NTL 12 FFG 12 FFG 10 FFG 7 (Brake 80, 90, 100, 115, 130) EVOX 045 EZYTRAK 10 EZYTRAK 7 EZYTRAK 5 X 20 RS X 20 X 19 X 18 RS X 18 S X 18

vISUal INSpECTION


BINDING: Check: – if binding is on the indemnification list – condition of the toe wings. – contamination. – condition of the AFD’s. If they are not smooth or show signs of signifi cant wear, they should be replaced. – broken toe housings or toe wings. – jammed toe height adjustment screws. – indicator scales. – heel track functioning smoothly. – broken heel housing or heel lug. – jammed release adjustment screws. – bent brake arms All ATOMIC bindings could only be used for boot typ “A“ ISO 5355. IMPORTANT: Be sure to remove the brake retainers from the bindings before attempting to enter a boot into the system; failure to do so can result in adjustment errors. Adjust both bindings to the zero position before you begin adjusting the system. Final Check / Testing and Adjustment The final check acts as a quality control of your system assembly. Verify that: – all components are suitable and compatible – the bindings are aligned properly – the mounting point is correct – the VARIOZONE position is set to zero-all screws are tight and snug – toe height and forward pressure are set correctly. – the release setting is made correctly according to the Adjustment Chart. To guarantee the best possible quality function of the skiing equipment before delivery to the customer, a fi nal testing of the system is required for new equipment as well as for used equipment, or whenever an operation conducted may have affected the release values of the system. – Using a calibrated testing device, according to it`s instructions for use, exercise each binding component at least once in each possible direction. Then measure the twist and forward lean torque values. Use the middle quantitative value of three releases in each directions as test result. – Compare the test results with the skier`s Reference Torque Value in the Adjustment Chart and proceed as follows: – Check, that the measured values fall inside the limits of the ”Inspection Range”. The Inspection Range is from one Reference Torque Value above to one Reference Torque Value below the skier Reference Torque. – If the tested values for clockwise and counter-clockwise toe-release fall near the opposite limits, there may exist an installation error or an incompatible boot. Check the system again and re-test, after the problem has been fixed. – If both, twist and forward lean results, fall within the Inspection Range”, mark the corresponding cells on your Workshop-Form with ”pass”. – If at least one of the twist or forward lean release value test results falls outside the ”Inspection Range”, but is within the ”In-Use- Range”, readjust the indicator setting

of the corresponding component to achieve a test result as practicable to the Reference Torque Value. The ”In-UseRange” is from two Reference Torque Values above to two Reference Torque Values below the skier Reference Torque. If the measured values still fall outside the ”In-Use-Range”, the system should be considered unusable and no further adjustment should be performed. INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS TO THE SKIER Advice for your customer to select an appropriate model is a very important service of the shop. The recommendation should aim for a binding, for which the customer’s recommended indicator setting of the bindings is not closer than 1.5 indicator numbers from either end of the binding’s range. The final and one of the most important procedures before delivering the system is to provide the skier with all necessary instructions and warnings, when he/she picks up the equipment. Bindings: – Explain how the system works and what function the bindings have. – Explain the different possibilities of stepping in and getting out of the binding. – Demonstrate how to separate the skis by sliding one ski in the direction of the ski tip and pulling both skis gently apart. Adjustment: – Check together with the customer the release adjustment settings by verifying the data listed on the workshop form. The skier should always be aware of his/her individual indicator value. – Point out the potential danger of self-readjustment. Extra Features: – Explain how to adjust the bindings to different locations on the ski and emphasise that the skiing behaviour can change significantly when moving from one position to the other. – Mounting positions are not part of the standardization program, nevertheless the customer should be advised to have both bindings in the same position while skiing. Maintenance: – Place emphasis on the skier’s self-responsibility to maintain the equipment in good condition. – Explain that the boots and bindings should be kept clean and that they should be always transported in a ski box or ski bag. – Recommend having the bindings serviced regularly after 1520 skiing days, or annually, whichever comes first. – Clearly express the significantly increased risk of injuries, when system components do not conform to standards, are worn out or out of order. – Advise the skier to have his/her equipment checked by an authorised dealer immediately at the occurrence of any malfunction or problem. – When having mounted new bindings, review the instructions for use together with the customer and hand them over to him/her. – Repeat especially the warnings in these instructions, that skiing is not a risk less sport, and that bindings cannot protect skiers against same type of injuries, only reduce the risk of injuries.

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BINDINGS

maINTENaNCE

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even release bindings of high technical quality are subject to permanent wear and tear and suffer from corrosion. In order to be able to maintain the desired release/retention characteristics of ATOMIC bindings, it is necessary to service them on a regular basis. 1. A service inspection should be performed immediately in case of doubt, at least once a year (before season), or every 15-20 skier days, whichever comes fi rst. 2. Remove the binding from the track 3. Clean the tracks thoroughly of all contamination and old grease. 4. Check for damage or wear, and replace parts if necessary. 5. Liberally grease the tracks. Use only grease for binding maintenance. 6. Clean the toe slide bearing. Check all components for damage or wear. Replace the toe unit in its track. 7. Clean the fl exible steel band and heel piece. Grease the heel piece. Check the steel band retainer for wear if it is excessive, the bearing should be replaced (on alloy housing only). 8. Make sure the adjusting spindle is clean and engaged in the flexible steel band. 9. Check that all screws are tight. 10. Reinstall the heel piece . 11. Check toe height, forward pressure and release adjustments. 12. Perform a system check for release function and positioning. 13. Verify the consumer’s release setting using the adjustment chart. 14. for completion of the maintenance check, the release values of the system should be tested. caUtIon: Use BIndInG Grease onLy. cLose the heeL PIece for storaGe

mOUNTING BINDINGS 1. Remove shrink wrap from skis. 2. drill the skis using the appropriate jig and drill bit as shown in the chart opposite. Make sure that the jig is parallel to the ski during the entire drilling process (fig.1). 3. follow the ski and binding manufacturers’ mounting instructions closely. It is necessary to use glue or epoxy. mount atomIc Junior Bindings only on atomIc skis !!

SElECTING aND USING THE JIG The main function of a jig is to insure that all holes for mounting the binding are drilled in the correct location. SAP_Nr:

Modelname:

AZd000086

Mounting Jig Neox

AZd000066

Mounting Jig eVOX/ffG

AZd000070

Mounting Jig eVOX/ffG wide

AZd000064

Mounting Jig eVOX 045

AZd000068

Mounting Jig eVOX Rental

AZd000076

Mounting Jig Rental Wide

AZd000074

Mounting Jig XTO/SMT

AZd000062

Mounting Jig ZTL

AZd000084

Mounting Jig X Race

L3267050001

BINdINGS Backcountry Jig 56/143mm

L3086300001

BINdINGS easytrak Jig

L3298160001

BINdINGS free Jig 56/143mm

AZd000078

Mounting Jig Paper eVOX/ffG 09/12

see chart to select the proper jig 1. Check that you have everything you need (the jig that corresponds to the binding, the right skis, the right boots). 2. Open the locking lever. 3. Open the jig by twisting both handles inward.Place the jig in the right direction on the ski. 4. Place the jig on the ski and make sure that the jig remains properly aligned to the ski during the entire drilling operation (fig.1).

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JIg INCORRECT POSITIONINg SkI

JIg CORRECT POSITIONINg SkI


- If the ski has a mid-sole mark, line up the mid-sole indicator on the jig with the mid-sole mark on the ski (fig.2). - If the ski has a tip-of-the-boot mark, line up the tip-ofboot-sole indicator on the jig with the tip-of-boot mark on the ski. - If the ski has no visible markings for jig location, consult the ski manufacturer for proper mounting position. 5. Once the jig is well-positioned on the ski, it is important to adjust the jig to the correct boot length to make sure the heel piece is in the proper position. 6. Place the boot on the jig in the right direction. 7. Make sure the heel guide fi ts snugly against the boot heel. 8. Using the lever, lock the jig around the boot so it holds it without squeezing.

GlUE GLUe mUst Be Used When InsertInG BIndInG screWs to: - Lubricate the screw during insertion, - Create a watertight seal. Place a drop of glue on the surface of each hole.

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BOOT MId-SOLE MARk SkI

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DrIllING - Whenever bindings are mounted on skis, there is an increased possibility for binding pull-out due to poor screw retention. The penetration depth of junior screws into the ski core is only 6 mm. If necessary, use adult screws and drill bits to penetrate any mounting platform. (for bindings mounted with adult binding screws, the penetration depth is the same.) - You must drill a hole deep enough to accommodate the screw length you are using or damage to the ski base may result. dRILL BIT LENgTH LENgTH dIAMETER

Modellname:

SAP_Nr:

Drill 3,6 x 8,0 mm AZD000028 Drill 4,1 x 9,5 mm

AZD000042

Drill 4,1 x 8,0 mm

AZD000044

Drill 3,6 x 9,5 mm AZD000024

aspect


BINDINGS

SKI BraKE 1. do not compress the ski brake before installing it. 2. Place the two metal tabs on the front of the brake into the slots in the heel base plate (photo A5).

A5

A single mounting jig for Adult and Junior skis with the following positions: • Adults (sizes 22-34) for skis > 140 cm • Junior (sizes 16-26,5) for skis 80 - 140 cm 3. moUntInG to mount atomIc rental bindings see illustration below! EVOX 310++,275++

EVOX 310+

EVOX 275+

EVOX 045+

for mounting Synchro Rental bindings, follow the same procedure as for the retail bindings.

3. Rotate the rear of the brake downwards to start the screw in the track. 4. Tighten screws with a hand screwdriver (4 Nm maximum) (photo A6).

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note: The brake can be removed to facilitate ski maintenance. To remove it: turn the center screw toward the left and remove the brake.

mOUNTING INSTrUCTION rENTal Rental visual and mechanical inspections. The Rental products are usually intended to remain under the control of the Certifi ed Rental dealer. Therefore, they can be shipped without instructions or individual packaging. However, if these products are in fact sold, you absolutely have to supply your customer with the appropriate instructions. 1. PreParatIon It is important to maintain consistent procedures when mounting any ATOMIC binding. Any boot used with a ATOMIC rental binding must be visually inspected for compatibility. The ATOMIC Rental binding can be used with all standardized boots (AfTM, dIN, ISO) from all brands. 2. JIG seLectIon AZd000068 Mounting Jig Rental (045+/++; 275+/++; 310+/++) AZd000076 Mounting Jig Rental Wide (045+/++; 275+/++; 310+/++)

4. atomIc evox ++ BIndInGs: Contents of the box: • The heel mounted on a plate, • The toe mounted on a sliding plate, • The position indicator, • The premounted track assembly with yellow screw (Adult skis). caution: The toes mounted on the sliding plate are specific to ReNTAL products. 4.1. Position the rental jig 4.2. Then drill through the jig’s proper bushings. follow the same procedure as for retail bindings (drilling, tapping, glue) 4.3. Mount the premounted track assembly placing the sticker toward the back of the ski 4.4. Mount the heel aligning the holes, and tighten the screws 4.5. Mount the brake according to the usual procedure 4.6. To Position the toe piece: Place the toe, mounted on the sliding plate, in front of the track and slide it until it stops. depress the manual adjustment button (located on the front of the toe) and slide the toe all the way back. Slide the indicator forward and clip it on the sliding plate either manually or with a fl at screwdriver. 4.7. To adjust the toe: Hold the toe and depress the manual toe adjustment button. The toe is free to move. 4.8. To take the toe off the track: Place the toe on the A position of the position indicator. Unclip the position indicator with a flat screw-driver depress the manual toe adjustment button; this way, the toe can slide forward off the track. 5. BIndInG to Boot adJUstments Position the boot in the toe piece. With one finger, simply lift the adjustment loop at the back of the heel and slide it forward until the binding cup contacts the boot heel. Release the loop, push boot down and check the forward pressure adjustment. To do this, you should see a little metal guide in the indicator Note: If a correction is necessary, reopen the heel to move it and then re-check. 6. reLease vaLUe adJUstment All ATOMIC rental bindings must be adjusted by using the Adjustment chart! 7. rentaL vIsUaL and mechanIcaL InsPectIon Whenever a binding looks particularly dirty or if visual inspection reveals that something may be wrong with the system, the system should be cleaned, lubricated and

subjected to mechanical inspection.


faT SKIS Refer to the Spare Parts catalog to know which brakes to use according to the different ski widths and binding models. Use the following jigs to drill fat skis for atomic bindings: - ref. AZd000070 for adult retail bindings - ref. AZd000076 drilling template for the rental bindings ++ and +. the reversIBLe Pads aLLoW the JIG to adaPt to dIfferent sKI WIdths (fIG. 5): - put the thinner side of the pads on the inside of the jig to drill skis that are 98 - 124 mm wide (fig. 6a), - put the thinner side of the pads on the out-side to drill skis that are 80 - 106 mm wide (fig. 6b), - the pads should be mounted non symme-trically for skis that are 89-115 mm wide and allow the binding to be off-centered 4.5 mm laterally on the ski (fig. 6c).

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6

7

a

b

c

ProcedUre for chanGInG the Pads to the other sIde: 1. Pull the pad off the arm of the jig. 2. Change the pad to the desired position. 3. Insert the pad into the arm of the jig. 4. Repeat this procedure: - On the other 3 arms for mounting the bindings symmetrically. - On the other arm on the same side for a dissymmetrical mounting (fig. 7). Before drilling, make sure it is off-centered on the proper side of the ski. If so, reverse the positions of the 4 pads for drilling the other ski.


BINDINGS

MOUNTING POSITION SKIS

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LENGTH (cm)

MOUNTING LINE FROM SKI tail (cm)

LENGTH (cm)

MOUNTING LINE FROM SKI tail (cm)

REDSTER JR III

130

AUTOMATIC

193

850

AA0024806+

REDSTER JR III

AA0024884+

ALIBI

173

790

AA0024806+

635

AA0024884+

ALIBI

180

825

130

53,50

AA0024884+

ALIBI

187

860

Race EX Jr III

140

58,50

AA0024920+

PUNX

164

806

AA0024698+

Race EX Jr III

150

63,50

AA0024920+

PUNX

170

836

AA0024692+

Cloud Jr III

130

53,50

AA0024920+

PUNX

176

866

AA0024692+

Cloud Jr III

140

58,50

AA0024920+

PUNX

182

896

AA0024692+

Cloud Jr III

150

63,50

AA0024918+

INFAMOUS

151

747

AA0024690+

Cloud Jr II

90

36,50

AA0024918+

INFAMOUS

161

797

AA0024690+

Cloud Jr II

100

40,50

AA0024918+

INFAMOUS

171

847

AA0024690+

Cloud Jr II

110

45

AA0024918+

INFAMOUS

176

872

AA0024690+

Cloud Jr II

120

48,50

AA0024918+

INFAMOUS

181

897

AA0024694+

Race EX Jr I

80

33

AA0024910+

POLARITY

149

657

AA0024688+

Cloud Jr I

80

33

AA0024910+

POLARITY

157

697

AA0024696+

Race EX Jr II

90

36,50

AA0024910+

POLARITY

165

737

AA0024696+

Race EX Jr II

100

40,50

AA0024910+

POLARITY

173

777

AA0024696+

Race EX Jr II

110

45

AA0024898+

RIVAL

149

657

AA0024696+

Race EX Jr II

120

48,50

AA0024898+

RIVAL

157

697

AA0025192+

RASCAL JR I

70

300

AA0024898+

RIVAL

165

737

AA0025192+

RASCAL JR I

80

330

AA0024898+

RIVAL

173

777

AA0025192+

RASCAL JR I

90

365

AA0024898+

RIVAL

181

817

AA0024814+

REDSTER JR I

70

300

AA0024894+

BENT CHETLER

183

88,50

AA0024814+

REDSTER JR I

80

330

AA0024894+

BENT CHETLER

192

92,90

AA0024814+

REDSTER JR I

90

365

AA0024852+

MILLENNIUM

161

770

AA0025194+

RASCAL JR II

100

400

AA0024852+

MILLENNIUM

169

810

AA0024810+

REDSTER JR II

100

400

AA0024852+

MILLENNIUM

177

850

AA0024810+

REDSTER JR II

110

450

AA0024890+

BLOG

169

810

AA0024810+

REDSTER JR II

120

500

AA0024890+

BLOG

177

850

AA0024848+

CENTURY GIRL III

140

659

AA0024890+

BLOG

185

890

AA0024848+

CENTURY GIRL III

150

708

AA0024922+

ATLAS

182

785

AA0024928+

PUNX JR III

140

659

AA0024922+

ATLAS

192

835

AA0024928+

PUNX JR III

150

708

AA0024856+

SUPREME

149

678

AA0024886+

RITUAL

174

770

AA0024856+

SUPREME

157

717

AA0024886+

RITUAL

182

810

AA0024856+

SUPREME

165

757

AA0024886+

RITUAL

190

850

AA0024880+

PANIC

149

678

AA0024892+

AUTOMATIC

179

780

AA0024880+

PANIC

157

717

AA0024892+

AUTOMATIC

186

815

AA0024880+

PANIC

165

757

SAP Nr.

Model name

SAP Nr.

Model name

AA0024806+

535

AA0024892+

140

585

REDSTER JR III

150

AA0024698+

Race EX Jr III

AA0024698+


mOUNTING pOSITION SKIS LenGth (cm)

moUntInG LIne from sKI taIL (cm)

LenGth (cm)

moUntInG LIne from sKI taIL (cm)

PANIC

173

ELYSIAN

150

694

AA0024880+

PANIC

AA0024858+

ELYSIAN

159

739

AA0024888+

655

AA0024858+

ELYSIAN

168

772

161

709

AA0024882+

THEORY

168

772

ACCESS

171

755

AA0024882+

THEORY

177

815

AA0024888+

ACCESS

181

807

AA0024882+

THEORY

186

859

AA0024888+

ACCESS

191

857

AA0024996+

DRIFTER

164

740

AA0024854+

CENTURY

146

605

AA0024996+

DRIFTER

173

785

AA0024854+

CENTURY

156

655

AA0024996+

DRIFTER

182

830

AA0024854+

CENTURY

166

707

AA0024360+

FREE DREAM

157

63,50

AA0024854+

CENTURY

176

755

AA0024360+

FREE DREAM

164

67

AA0024998+

CHARTER

166

682

AA0024360+

FREE DREAM

171

70,50

AA0024998+

CHARTER

176

732

AA0024360+

FREE DREAM

178

74

AA0024998+

CHARTER

186

782

AA0024362+

DESCENDER

156

63

AA0024936+

BENT CHETLER MINI

133

623

AA0024362+

DESCENDER

163

66,50

AA0024936+

BENT CHETLER MINI

143

673

AA0024362+

DESCENDER

170

70

AA0024936+

BENT CHETLER MINI

153

723

AA0024362+

DESCENDER

177

73,50

AA0024850+

CENTURY GIRL II

110

495

AA0024364+

ULTIMATE

163

68,50

AA0024850+

CENTURY GIRL II

120

540

AA0024366+

ASPECT

158

67

AA0024850+

CENTURY GIRL II

130

585

AA0024366+

ASPECT

164

70

AA0024930+

PUNX JR II

110

495

AA0024366+

ASPECT

170

73

AA0024930+

PUNX JR II

120

540

AA0024366+

ASPECT

176

76

AA0024930+

PUNX JR II

130

585

AA0024366+

ASPECT

182

79

saP nr.

modeL name

saP nr.

modeL name

AA0024880+

796

AA0024858+

181

836

ACCESS

151

AA0024888+

ACCESS

AA0024888+

15

mOUNTING Of JUNIOr SETS redster jr. I vantage jr. I century Girl I 70 EVOX 045

OK

EVOX 045+

OK

80 1

redster jr. II / vantage jr. II century Girl II / rascal II 100

90

110

redster jr. III / vantage jr. III century Girl III / rascal III

120

130

140

150

OK

OK

EVOX 045

OK

OK

OK

EVOX 045

NO

NO

NO

OK

OK

EVOX 045+

OK

OK

OK

EVOX 045+

NO

NO

NO

XTE 045++ ET XS

OK

OK

OK

XTE 045++ ET S

OK

OK

OK

XTE 045++ ET S

OK

OK

OK

XTE 7++ ET XS

OK

OK

OK

XTE 7++ ET S

NO

NO

OK

XTE 7++ ET M

OK

OK

OK

FFG 7

NO

NO

NO

FFG 7

NO

NO

OK

FFG 7

OK

OK

OK

approved by atomIc combination not recomended 1) mounting area limited to sole lengths ≤ 210mm (70-90 cm); ≤ 260mm (100-120 cm)


BINDINGS

mODEl DESCrIpTION X-raCE X20 EGa technoLoGy: • *EGA • VAR • FTC • Full Flex • Race Setup Solelength window Heel lug

Heel lever

Toe lug

Adjustment lever Brake

Brake blocks

modeL

WeIGht

X-RACE X20 RS

3,25 kg

16

moUntInG screWs WIthoUt/WIth adaPter 19,5mm

ohne Adapter

22,5mm

mit Adapter

21,5mm

Adjustment window

Toe piece

AFD

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

soLe LenGth

27 mm

12 - 20

260 - 370mm

24mm

TOE

HEEL

X-raCE X19 EGa technoLoGy: • VAR • FTC • Full Flex • Race Setup

Solelength window

Heel lug

Toe lug

Heel lever

Brake blocks

modeL

WeIGht

X-RACE X19

3 kg

Adjustment lever

Brake

TOE

Toe piece

AFD

moUntInG screWs WIthoUt/WIth adaPter 19,5mm

ohne Adapter

22,5mm

mit Adapter

21,5mm

24mm

HEEL

Adjustment window

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

soLe LenGth

27 mm

11 - 19

260 - 370mm


X-raCE X16 EGa/ X12 EGa technoLoGy: • VAR • FTC • Full Flex • Race Setup

Heel lever

Toe lug

Solelength window

Heel lug

Brake blocks

Adjustment lever

Brake

Toe piece

AFD

modeL

WeIGht

moUntInG screWs WIthoUt/WIth adaPter

X 16

2,95 kg

19,5mm

ohne Adapter

X 12

2,94 kg

22,5mm

mit Adapter

Adjustment window

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

soLe LenGth

21,5mm

17,3 mm

8 16

249-364 mm

24mm

17,3 mm

4 12

249-364 mm

TOE

HEEL

mOUNTING X–raCE BINDINGS WITH THE mOUNTING JIG 1. mounting attentIon: • ATOMIC bindings may only be mounted by qualified personnel/ dealers! • The use of binding sprays or wax removal sprays is prohibited as these can considerably alter the release values. note: The X-RACe binding can be mounted: • onto ATOMIC d2 skis with pre-drilled hole pattern • onto ATOMIC-Raceplates with pre-drilled holes • onto all skis with standardized binding-mounting-areas (dIN ISO 8364) 1.1 drilling skis with mounting jig note: for mounting the X-RACe binding on skis or templates of competitors, holes have to be drilled with the ATOMIC-mounting jig (AZd000084) to ensure a proper alignment of the binding. note: The X-RACe mounting jig works for sole lengths from 260 mm to 360 mm.

L

M

S

1.1.1.Check the boot sole length you would like to mount the binding for and drill the “S” ; “M” ; or “L” holes which are marked on the jig for the following sole length. The best setup is to be in the middle of the sole length range. Small 260mm to 295mm Medium 295mm to 325mm Large 325mm to 360mm 1.1.2. drill your chosen setup and remove the Mounting Jig before mounting the binding by following the Mounting Procedure for X-RACe. note: The X 16 & X 12 bindings have an additional hole in the middle to fix the brake ! don’t forget to drill this hole for these Binding types! mounting Procedure x 20 rs (page 20, figure a): 1. Mount the Base Plate Toe by tightening the screws at min. 4 Nm 2. Mount the heel base plate incl. the brake by tightening the screws at min. 4 Nm 3. Open the “VAR” fully by pushing the 2 red buttons and slide the toe piece from

attentIon: Never move the heel piece further back than the marking on the side of the heel! mounting Procedure x19, x16, x12 (page 20, figure B): 1. Mount the Base Plate Toe by tightening the screws at min. 4 Nm 2. Mount the heel base plate by tightening the screws at min. 4 Nm and mount S

X - RACE BINDINGS

X20/X18/X16 small 260-295mm medium 295-325mm large 325-360mm

World Cup Plate

BRAKE X16

X20/X18/X16 World Cup

Aufkleber

the middle towards the tip of the ski onto VAR position “4” 4. Move the Toe to the Number corresponding to the boot sole length you will mount the binding for. 5. Slide in the Heel piece from the tail forward. 6. Match up the steel band with the boot sole length you would like to mount the binding for. 7. Take the “Afd –Pedal” and place it in the middle and fix it with the screw at max. 4 Nm 8. Put the boot into the binding and check the forward pressure. The screw needs to be flash with the housing.

M

L

the brake by tightening the screw in the middle at min 4 Nm. 3. Push the “VAR” lever over tho the right and slide the toe piece from the middle towards the tip of the ski onto VAR position “4” 4. Move the Toe to the Number corresponding to the boot sole length you will mount the binding for. 5. Slide in the Heel piece from the tail forward. 6. Match up the steel band with the boot sole length you would like to mount the binding for. 7. Take the “Afd –Pedal” and place it in the middle and fix it with the screw at max. 4 Nm 8. Put the boot into the binding and check the forward pressure. The screw needs to be flash with the housing. attentIon: Never move the heel piece further back than the marking on the side!

17


BINDINGS

mounting Procedure x 20 rs

18

A mounting Procedure x19, x16, x12

B


X 12 / NEOX technoLoGy: • Personal positioning • Fullflex • DIN-Scale Laser

Toe piece base plate unit Heel lever

Heel piece

Wire strap

Heel piece base plate unit

modeL

WeIGht

NEOX 14 RS

3,19 kg

NEOX 12 RS

2,86 kg

NEOX 10

Toe lug

AFD plate Positioning unit

Central screw

Step in plate

Adjustment window Toe piece

moUntInG screWs 13mm

without Adapter

14,5mm

2,71 kg

with Adapter

18mm

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

soLe LenGth

24 mm

6 - 14

260 - 365mm

24 mm

4 - 12

260 - 365 mm

24 mm

3 - 10

260 - 365 mm

19,5mm

19,5mm 21,5mm

TOE

HEEL

19

mOUNTING INSTrUCTION NEOX 1. mounting Measure the sole-length of the ski boot in mm. Use the ATOMIC-step drill bit ø 4,1 x 9 mm to drill the holes. a. for sole-lengths < 340 mm use the 8 silver-blue drill sockets.

NEOX, X-RACE, 4TIX

attentIon:

• depths of drill holes under 9 mm are marked on skis. • for drilling holes in VOLANT-skis only ATOMIC-step drills of a length of 4,5 mm may be used. - Remove the mounting jig. 1.1. mounting of the binding: 1 – Toe piece base plate unit 2 – Toe piece 3 – Toe piece steel band

15 14 2

4

B. for sole-lengths > 340 mm use the 8 silver-blue cross – hatched drill sockets.

3

12 11

16

6

5

13 9

8

NEOX, > 340

1

10

7

4 – Afd 5 – Marking “Central” on the toe piece baseplate unit 6 – Marking “forward” on the toe piece baseplate unit 7 – Heel piece baseplate unit 8 – Heel piece 9 – Heel piece steel band 10 – Brake 11 – Sole length cover 12 – Pos. cap 13 – Central screw 14 – Setting spindle for forward pressure 15 – dIN Setting screw 16 – Sole length-scale


BINDINGS

1.1.1. Measure the sole length of the boot in mm. 1.1.2. • Skis with standardized binding-mounting-area: drill the holes with the NeOX-mounting jig. 1.1.3. Place the base plate unit toe piece (1) over the pre-drilled holes on the ski. 1.1.4. first tighten the two back screws, then the two front screws with 4,5 Nm each (Hand screw driver). 1.1.5. Slide the toe piece (2) with the toe piece steel band (3) and the Afd (4) from the rear of the base plate unit toe piece along the guide of the base plate unit toe piece.

Also adjust the measured sole length. The scale of the heel piece steel band (9) must correspond with the preset value of the toe piece steel band (3). 1.1.11. Check the set sole length and, if necessary, adjust it. 1.1.12. Clip the sole length cover (11) over both steel bands. 1.1.13. Place the Pos. cap (12) so that the arrow points to the desired position (forward or central) on the sole length cover. 1.1.14. Control the set sole length in the windows of the adjustment unit (16). 1.1.15. Tighten the central screw (13) with 4,0 Nm.

ImPortant: Make sure that the Afd (4) clicks into place in the guides of the base plate unit toe piece. Adjust the measured sole length: a. for the „Central-Position“ the figure on the toe piece steel band (corresponds to the measured sole length of the boot in cm) must be set to the Central Marking (5) on the base plate unit toe piece (1). B. for the „forward-Position“ the figure on the toe piece steel band (corresponds to the measured sole length of the boot in cm) must be set to the forward Marking (6) on the base plate unit toe piece(1).

1.2. additional mounting instruction for systems: for Systems where the base plate units inclusive brakes of the Neox Binding are mounted when they are delivered.

central-Position (= normal position): Better steering control. forward-Position: easier turn initiation and turning. ImPortant: for adjustment the measured sole length must be rounded off in 5 mm steps. example sole length 317 mm, ”Central-Position“:

mounting steps: 1. Slide the toe piece into the base plate-unit starting at the front part of the base plate-unit. 2. To fit in the Afd Plate see attached picture for the matching position. Mount the Afd Plate and screw it tight with a maximum of 4 Nm!!! 3. Slide heel piece of the binding into the base plate- unit. Make system settings by following the detailed NeOX mounting instruction which is attached to each binding.

20

1.1.6. Press down the toe piece steel band until it clicks into the corresponding position. 1.1.7. Place the heel piece base plate set (7) over the pre-drilled holes on the ski. a. Sole length < 340 mm: Use the front holes

B. Sole length > 340 mm: Use the back holes

1.1.8. first tighten the 2 front screws and then the 2 back screws with 4,5 Nm each. 1.1.9. Remove the braking lock. 1.1.10. Slide the heel piece (8) with the heel piece steel band (9) from the rear of the base plate unit heel piece along the guide underneath the brake (10) and above the toe piece steel band (3).

1.3. system setting 1.3.1. Release Value note: The release value must be measured according to the applicable ISO standards. We recommend that you always use an electronic measuring device. • establish the correct release value using a setting table or an electronic setting device. • Set the toe piece and heel unit to this value by turning the dIN Setting screw (15) clockwise in order to increase the release value, and anticlockwise to reduce it. 1.3.2. Binding Pressure 1.3.2.1. Open the binding by pressing the heel unit lever downward. 1.3.2.2. Place the ski boot in the binding and close the binding by pressing the ski boot downward. 1.3.2.3.Check whether the setting spindle for forward pressure (14) which is located at the back of the binding on the heel unit is flush with the heel unit housing. 1.3.2.4.Adjust binding pressure: ImPortant: Adjustment only with binding opened.


a. If the setting spindle projects out of the heel unit housing, the binding pressure is too low. Open the binding and turn the setting spindle clockwise. B. If the setting spindle is inside the heel unit housing, the binding pressure is too high. Open the binding and turn the setting spindle anti-clockwise. 1.3.2.5.Place the ski boot in the binding, close the binding and check again. 1.3.3. Adjusting Sole Height note: The NeOX has an automatic toe height adjustment in the 19 mm ±1.5 mm range. 1.4. check 1.4.1. Check whether the brake arms can move freely along the edges of the ski. The brake arms should safely lift the tail end of the ski when placed in a horizontal position. If this is not possible, check the function of the brake mechanism. 1.4.2. Make sure that the toe piece, the heel unit and all screws are flush and tight. 1.4.3. Check the toe pieces by pressing the boot about 10 mm out of the binding and then releasing it. It should go back into place evenly. 1.4.4. Place the boot in the binding, close the binding and check whether the setting spindle which is located at the back of the binding on the heel unit is flush with the casing of the heel unit housing. 1.5. removal Remove the binding by following the mounting instructions in reverse (see section 1.3.). Important note: set torque drill low in order to not strip drill holes; use hand screw driver for final tightening of srews. 2. rebuilding the neox Binding to fit sole length longer than 328 mm To reach a Sole length from 370 and larger follow following steps. 1. from a foot length (SL) 340 mm you have to choose the back position of the heel unit holes on the Binding plate.

1

2. exchange the steel band on the heel. Remove the plastic attachment with the Screwdriver (Picture 1). Pull the steel band forward out of the guidance. Apply now the “steel band extra long” in reveres order. (Picture 2) attentIon: The adjustment numbers need to face upward when assembled.

2

3. With the “steel band extra long” you will reach a max. SL from 382mm (Picture 3) for a SL 360 mm and longer, mount the Toe piece always on Position 360. On the “steel band extra long” there will be only one position on the setting-up chart. Make sure that you adjust 360 mm on toe and heel. In this position you adjust the SL by using the forward pressure screw. 4. forward Position is not possible! 5. attentIon! By using the “steel band extra long” You will not stand cebtered on the ski.

3

21


BINDINGS

XTO 14/ 12/10 technoLoGy: • Twin Pivot • Automatic Toe Height Adjustment • Movable AFD

Heel lug

Heel lever Brake blocks

Toe lug

Toe piece

Adjustment window

Brake

modeL

WeIGht

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

XTO 614

kg 3,29

moUntInG screWs WIthoUt/WIth adaPter

31,5 mm

6 - 14

XTO 412

kg 3,24

31,5 mm

4 - 12

XTO 310

3,17 kg

31,5 mm

3 - 10

TOE

HEEL

mOUNTING INSTrUCTION XTO 22

5

To be mounted by an Atomic authorized dealer only.

6

contents of the Box - 2 Toes mounted on a sliding part - 2 Brakes - 2 Heels mounted on a sliding part - 2 Thin Plates - 1 Notice

moUntInG

1. Insert the Thin Plate in the seating ahead the plate (fig. 1). 2. Place it correctly with a rotational motion (fig. 2).

adJUstInG examPLe 6. Identify the length of the boot.

1

2

7. If you have boot sole L 306 mm, adjust the Toe on the 308 mm mark. The range in this case is 301 mm to 308 mm (fig. 7). 8. If you have chosen the L 306 mm, adjust the Heel piece on the 312 location. The range in this case is 305 mm to 312 mm (fig. 8). 9. Step in the boot and check forward pressure (fig. 9). The arrow on the housing must be within the scribed area.

3. from the rear, slide the Toe piece on the interface until it corresponds with or is just above your boot sole length using the manual lock to authorize the sliding (fig. 3 & 4). 3

7

4

8

9 NO

4. from the rear, slide the Heel piece on the interface until it corresponds with or is just above your boot sole length using the manual lock to authorize the sliding (fig. 5). 5. Mount the Brake following the usual procedure (fig. 6).

OK


XTl technoLoGy: • Twin Pivot • Easy Mounting • Ultra Light Construction

Heel lug

Heel lever

Toe piece

Toe lug

Brake blocks

modeL

WeIGht

9 XTL 7 XTL

Brake

Adjustment window

moUntInG screWs WIthoUt/WIth adaPter

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

1,98 kg

34 mm

2,5 - 9

kg 1,98

34 mm

2 - 7,5

TOE

HEEL

23


BINDINGS

XTE 10++ / XTE 7++ / XTE 045++

XTE 10++

XTE 7++

24

XTE 045++

modeL

WeIGht

XTE 10

1,9 kg

XTE 7

1,9 kg

XTE 045

1,22 kg

moUntInG screWs

1,9kg

TOE 18MM

HEEL 18MM

heIGht

adJUstment ranGe

dIn

30mm

ETL: 273MM- 380mm

3 - 10

30mm

ETM : 225MM - 329mm

2 - 7,5

28mm

ETS: 195MM - 299mm

0,5 - 4,5


MOUNTING AND ADJUSTING XTE & XTE++ XTE 10 & XTE 7

xte 045

1 – Insert the toe piece from the front and position on the track according to the boot sole length.

1 – Insert the toe piece from the front and position on the track according to the boot sole length.

2 – Insert the heel piece from the back and position on the track according to the boot sole length.

2 – Insert the heel piece from the back and position on the track according to the boot sole length.

EASYTRAK C5

EASYTRAK EASYTRAK C5 C5

EASYTRAK L7

EASYTRAK L7

EASYTRAK EASYTRAK L7 L7

3 – Assemble the break

3 – Step in the boot and check forward pressure.

4 – Step in the boot and check forward pressure

25 OK

OK OK

NOK NOK

OK

NOK

Ref: 6517801K Ref: 6517801K Printed in France Printed in France Ref: 6517801K

Printed in France

example showing adjustment for boot size 295

NOK

NOK

Printed in France

Printed in France

Ref: 6517801K

Printed in France

Ref: 6517801K

Printed in France

NOK

Ref: 6517801K

NOK

Ref: 6517801K


BINDINGS

STH² 16 WTr / STH² 13 WTr / ffG technoLoGy: • Twin Pivot • Adjustable wings • AFD

WeIGht

FFG 14 FFG 12 FFG 10 FFG 9 FFG 8

2,84 kg 2,15 kg 1,84 kg 1,84 kg 1,84 kg

moUntInG screWs WIthoUt/WIth adaPter

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

8mm

16,5 mm 16,5 mm 16,5 mm 16,5 mm 16,5 mm

6 - 14 4 - 12 3 - 10 3-9 2,5 - 7,5

8mm

26

modeL

TOE

HEEL

aDJUSTING ffG TEam Once the binding has been mounted, it is necessary to make the proper binding-to-boot adjustments. All Atomic bindings may be closed manually by simply lifting the heel lever. Adjustments must be re-checked every time boots are changed. Use the following procedure. WInG adJUstment 1. Manual adjustment (fig. A1): only one adjustment screw, which is located on the left side of the toe piece. - Place the boot in the binding (closed position). - Loosen the micrometric screws to loosen the wings. - Check that the tip of the boot sole is flush against the butt plate (fig. A2). This contact is made when the boot has lateral play. do not over tighten, the boot may no longer be centered. 2. automatic adjustment: the wings on the toe cup are selfadjusting.

A1

A2

toe heIGht adJUstment - With the boot in the binding, raise the toe by turning the adjustment screw, located on top of the toe piece, counter clockwise. - Pull the boot back to create a gap between the boot sole and the binding Afd. - Lower the toe height by turning the adjust-ment screw clockwise to obtain the recommended gap (see the following chart (fig. B1-B2). - for models with automatic wing and automatic height adjustments: make forward pressure adjustment only. See instructions in following chapters. note: Always check the forward pressure after making toe adjustments.


models

Wing adjustment

toe height adjustment

simultaneous

manual 2 mm

automatic

automatic

ffG 16 team B1

ffG 14 team EVOX 045 to XTO 14 B2

forWard PressUre adJUstment With adjustment tab (fig. c1-c2-c3). With the boot in the binding (closed position), make sure the arrows (fig. C2), on the adjustment tab or the extremity of the tab for the version without arrow (fig. C3) (range 09/10), line up within the scribed area at the end of the heel housing. If this adjustment is incorrect, remove the boot from the binding, lift the adjustment tab using an Atomic adjustment tool to slide the heel into the desired position. Remove the screwdriver. Re-insert the boot to check the adjustment.

C1

C2

C3

D1

With screw adjustment ffG models (fig. d1). With the boot in the binding (closed position), adjust the forward pressure to align the top of the head screw with the back of the heel track.

moUntInG & adJUstInG ProcedUre 1 – Use the Atomic mounting jig ( ref : 32981601 ) and drill the skis following the ski and binding manufacturer’s instructions. Mount the toe piece and the rear plate on the ski by tightening the screws at 4 N.m (check if rear plate is correctly mounted).

2 – Assemble the ski brake with the heel piece.

27


BINDINGS

3 – From the center of ski, insert the heel piece on the rear plate and adjust at the “mid” position with a screwdriver.

4 – Step in the ski boot in the binding, check and adjust the forward pressure.

28

5 – Select and adjust the setting release values for toe and heel pieces.


6–W  ith the screw on the left side of the toe piece, adjust the toe wings to come in contact with the ski boot.

( see § : ADJUSTING – WING ADJUSTMENT > p26 ).

7 – Adjust the toe height with the adjustment screw until to create a gap of 0,5 mm between the boot sole and the binding. ( see § : ADJUSTING – TOE HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT > p26) .

29


BINDINGS

TraCKEr

WarnInG These alpine bindings are intended to be used only with the following ski boots: • alpine ski boots compliant with Iso 5355 standard and • ski boots equipped with « Wtr technology » labelled kit of walking soles for touring skiing. Any use with other ski boots could cause the ski-binding-boot system to be faulty and affect release characteristics, which would increase the risk of serious injury while skiing.

30

mOUNTING & aDJUSTING prOCEDUrE 1 – for mounting Backcountry bindings, holes have to be drilled with the Atomic mounting jig (ref 32670501) to ensure a proper alignment of the binding. 2- Mount the toe base plate and the step-in by tightening the screws at 4 N.m

Therefore, skiers are warned not to use this product with any ski boots other than those meeting the standards indicated above. Skiers are advised to consult the dealer where this product was purchased, or an equipment specialist at any ATOMIC authorized ski dealer of this product, for further information regarding which ski boots meet the standards listed above. 3 - Remove the plastic piece which holds the screw and remove the screw from the toe piece

4 - Insert the toe piece in the base plate


5 - Insert the screw and tighten with a screwdriver between 2 and 4 N.m

6 - Press the heel to lock in the step-in

7 - Step in the boot and adjust the heel pieceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s position with a screwdriver and check forward pressure.

31

8 - Adjust the boot toeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s height by turning the adjustment screw to create a gap between the boot sole and the binding.


BINDINGS

HIKING MODE Switch from skiing to hiking position 1 - Use the ski pole to push backward the step in, lift the ski boot, and flip forward the hiking aid.

2 - Hiking aid can be set in 2 positions :

32

Switching from hiking to skiing position 1 - The binding must be cleaned from snow, ice and dirt. DO NOT put the hand between the ski and the binding when switching to skiing position

2 - Push back the climbing aid and lock down the binding heel piece

`

3 - Before skiing check that the binding is correctly locked in


REPLACING SKI BRAKE Refer to the Atomic spare part catalogue to know which brake to use according to the different ski widths and binding models 1 - Turn the screw (A) and remove forward the heel piece from the rear plate (B)

CRAMPON BACKCOUNTRY Use the crampon which is adapted to the ski waist width.

1 - Push backward the step in, lift the binding, and flip forward the hiking aid 2 - Push on the ski brake (A) and separate it from the heel piece (B)

2 - Insert the crampon in the two lugs of the toe piece and lock the crampon 3 - Take the new ski brake (A), insert the two lugs and assemble the ski brake on the heel piece (B)

33 3 - Before using crampons make sure that the hiking aid is in the low position. NEVER USING CRAMPONS IN THE HIGH POSITION

4 - From the front, slide backward (A) the complete heel piece and readjust the heel pieceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s position (B).

5-S  tep in the boot and and check forward pressure as described above : §.7 Mounting and adjusting procedure


BINDINGS

EvOX technoLoGy: • Vertical Pivot • Easy mounting • Twin Pivot

Evox 10/7

Toe lug

Heel lug

Evox 045

Heel lug Brake

Brake

Heel lever

34

Toe piece

Heel lever

Brake blocks

Toe lug

Toe piece

Brake blocks

modeL

WeIGht

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

10 EVOX

kg 2,15

moUntInG screWs WIthoUt/WIth adaPter

17 mm

3 - 10

7 EVOX

kg 1,84

17 mm

2 - 75

EVOX 045

0,94 kg

17 mm

0,5 - 4,5

TOE

HEEL

EvOX ++ & ffG ++ technoLoGy: • Twin Pivot • Automatic Toe Height Adjustment • Rent Speed adjustment

Heel lug

Heel lever

Toe lug

Toe piece

Brake

Brake blocks

modeL

WeIGht

10++ EVOX

moUntInG screWs WIthoUt/WIth adaPter

heIGht

Z-nUmBer

2,2 kg

30 mm

3 - 10

7++ EVOX

2,2 kg

30 mm

2 - 7,5

EVOX 045++

1,36 kg

20 mm

0,5 - 4,5

TOE

HEEL


mOUNTING ffG / mOUNTING EvOX follow the mounting procedure. A Posidrive® n° 3 screwdriver, not a Phillips, must be used to mount ATOMIC bindings. Consult the Spare Parts Catalog for reference on screws. caution: do not use a power driver! Tighten mounting screws carefully by hand. It is advisable to hand check each screw after mounting. toe: 1. Pull the center mounting hole sliding track out from the binding far enough to insert the screw into the ski (photo A3). 2. Tighten the screw until it is fi rmly seated and hold the toe to keep it from rotating on the ski. 3. Next, slide the toe piece towards the seated center screw until the two rear screws align with their respective holes (photo A4). 4. Tighten the rear screws until they are fi rmly seated. 5. Make sure the toe is screwed tightly to the ski. The top of each screw should be fl ush with the base plate.

A3

A4

heeL PIece: Place the heel over the prepared holes and tighten the screws using a crisscross screwing pattern.

mOUNTING INSTrUCTION EvOX ++ / ffG ++ synchro rentaL for mounting Synchro Rental bindings, follow the same procedure as for the retail bindings. synchro center Contents of the box - The heel mounted on a plate, - The toe mounted on a sliding plate, - The position indicator, - The premounted track assembly with yellow screw (Adult skis). caution: the toes mounted on the sliding plate are specific to ReNTAL products. - Brake. 1. Position the rental jig (ref. Z 740002 or Z 740044 for a fat ski rental) on the ski. 2. Then drill through the jig’s proper bushings. follow the same procedure as for retail bindings (drilling, tapping, glue). 3. Mount the premounted track assembly orienting the sticker toward the back of the ski (photo. 1). 4. Mount the heel aligning the holes, and tighten the screws (photo. 2). 5. Mount the brake according to the usual procedure. 6. To Position the toe piece: - Place the toe, mounted on the sliding plate, in front of the track and slide it until it stops. - depress the manual adjustment button (located on the front of the toe) and slide the toe all the way back. - Slide the indicator forward and clip it on the sliding plate (photo 3) either manually or with a flat screwdriver. 7. To adjust the toe: Hold the toe and depress the manual toe adjustment button. The toe is free to move (photo 4). 8. To take the toe off the track: - Place the toe on the A position of the position indicator. - Unclip the position indicator with a flat screwdriver (photo 5). - depress the manual toe adjustment button ; this way, the toe can slide forward off the track.

1

2

3

4

5

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synchro center • Binding to boot adjustments without using the synchrosysteme: easy glide manual heel adjustment: - Position the boot in the toe piece. - With one finger, simply lift the adjustment loop at the back of the heel and slide it forward until the binding cup contacts the boot heel. a - Release the loop, push boot down and check the forward pressure adjustment. To do this, you should see a little metal guide in the indicator (fig. A). note: If a correction is necessary, reopen the heel to move it and then re-check. • Wing adjustment: follow the procedure. • rental toe height adjustment: follow the procedure. • release value adjustment: All Atomic rental bindings must be adjusted by using the Adjustment chart. • rental visual and mechanical inspection:

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Whenever a binding looks particularly dirty or if visual inspection reveals that something may be wrong with the system, the system should be cleaned, lubricated and subjected to mechanical inspection.

Synchro Center

MOUNTING INSTRUCTION 4R

maIntenance Proper maintenance of rental systems includes a complete inspection of the entire rental inventory prior to the ski season. This should be followed by periodic in-season inspections to help ensure that all components are functioning correctly. Pre-season: 1. Visually inspect and clean all equipment in inventory. 2. Test all bindings using selected reference boots and a mechanical testing device. 3. Test a sampling of boots in inventory using selected reference bindings and a mechanical testing device. In-season: 1. At specified intervals, select samples from inventory to be tested. 2. Inspect visually using the same procedures that apply to preseason. end of season: To prepare the rental equipment for summer storage, lower all the binding release adjust-ments to the minimum. Close the binding heel pieces. Visually inspect, clean, repair and lubricate each rental system: 1. To remove the heel, slide the housing backward off the track. 2. Clean the track with a damp rag or cloth. do not use solvents, hot water or pressurized water to clean bindings. Solvents may cause permanent damage to the plastic structure by dangerously modifying the products’ technical characteristics. The markings can also be erased. 3. Wipe any dirt from the underside of the heel housing and from the area under the open heel cup. 4. Apply Atomic grease (reference Z 740076) sparingly to the underside of the heel housing, the heel track and the area under the open heel cup. 5. Replace the heel on the track. 6. The brake is removable to facilitate ski maintenance. 7. Store in a cool, dark, ventilated place. aId for aPPLIcatIon of Iso 13993 concerning - rental ski shop practice - sampling and inspection of complete and in-com--plete alpine ski-binding-boot systems in rental applications (this supplement does not replace ISO 13993). To keep your rental equipment in good condition while minimizing liability we recommend the following program (this comes out of the ISO 13993 standard).


fINal CHECKING Boot/BIndInG comPatIBILIty dIaGnosIs

explanation of entry/exit/re-entry:

clean vs lubricated test

The proper use of the system (entry, exit and re-entry) should be explained using the skier’s own system as an example.

2. determine the measured release value in the ski/boot/binding system after lubricating all contact points between the boot and binding with a lubricant specified by the manufacturer. If nothing particular is specified, use soap and water.

receipt of in-box instructions and warranty: When a skier purchases a new binding, it is required that s(he) also receive the ins-tructional pamphlet included in each binding box. Clean vs lubricated test

4. If the quotient is above 1.2 or under 0.8, the system is considered to be incompatible. If the boot test result is a satisfactory +/30%, but the binding does not release within the ‘readjustment tolerance’ range, check the calibration of the adjustment machine. Have another technician redo the test. If the system still falls outside the range, the binding should not be used.

Lubrification test

3. Calculate the ratio between the two tests by dividing the result with the lubricant by the result without it.

In principle an adjustment report is established by the ski shop and delivered to the user. It shall at least contain the following information: - skier’s parameters, - indicator value, - measured value of Mz and My, or pass/fail result of the system test. The exact content of the report and its delivery conditions are defined by the national standard organizations 11088.

Forward flex (Nm)

sKIer InstrUctIon and WarnInG

400

100

360

90

320

80

280

70

240

60

200

50

160

40

120

30

80

20

40 0

FAIL

PASS

FAIL Torsion (Nm)

1. determine the measured release value in the ski/boot/binding system without lubricant.

10 0

10

20

30

40

50

60

120

160

200 240 Clean test

70

80

90

100

280

320

360

400

Torsion (Nm) 0 40 80 Forward flex (Nm)

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Inspection TO KEEP YOUR RENTAL EQUIPMENT IN GOOD CONDITION WHILE MINIMIZING LIABILITY WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOW-ING PROGRAM:

rental-test procedures

Inspection procedures IMPORTANT TERMS Correction Factor – The value that must be added or subtracted from the initial visual indicator setting to bring the test result within the Inspection Tolerance (or Inspection Range). Directions of Release –

Since it is impractical to perform a full inspection each time a system is rented, a routine of preseason and inseason inspections has been developed to verify release indicator accuracy, confirm correct equipment function, and assure proper assembly and adjustment procedures by the rental shop staff. Fully implemented, the procedures that follow provide rental shop customers a standard of care equivalent to that provided retail shop customers under current ISO and ASTM standards.

PRESEASON INSPECTION – Preseason inspections are performed on components of the release system: bindings and boots. All rental bindings, new and used, are visually inspected, and then tested using specially selected Reference Boots. Bindings that fail go through a troubleshooting procedure to identify and correct the deviation or malfunction. If this procedure does not correct the problem, the binding is removed from inventory. All rental boots, new and used, are visually inspected for damage, wear, contamination, broken or missing parts, or inferior materials at contact points with the binding.

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In addition, one boot per „cell“ is tested for boots that are new to the rental inventory. A cell is all boots of the same make, model, age, and shell size. A random selection of 5% of all boots, previously accepted into inventory, is also tested. Tests are performed with a test device and a pair of specially selected reference bindings. If a boot fails, all boots from that cell are then tested. Boots that fail and cannot be repaired are removed from inventory.

INSEASON Test – Inseason inspections are performed on complete rental systems to ensure that the equipment is adjusted appropriately and continues to function correctly. Typically 5% of the rental inventory is tested during each two weeks sampling period. The random sample is equally divided between equipment that is available for rental and equipment that has just been rented. The equipment in the „as rented“ category is from real skiers in the condition in which it is either dispatched or returned, while the „available for rental“ equipment may be set up for fictitious skiers. Only single skis, not pairs, are tested, and testing at the toe is only required in one direction. A count is maintained of test results which exceed allowable limits. The magnitude and frequency of these deviations determines the frequency of future inspections. Shops which fail an inspection must sample daily until the source of the problem is found and corrected. Then, as inspection results improve, the frequency of sampling and inspection is relaxed.

Unless otherwise specified (see Inseason Inspection), the directions of release to be tested are forward lean and clockwise and counterclockwise in twist. Test Device – A device which meets ISO standard 11110 [or ASTM standard F1061] and has been checked and maintained in the manner specified by the device manufacturer. Test Result or Release Torque – The middle quantitative value of three tests made in the same direction.

PRESEASON Test Reference Boot Selection – 1. Select five single boots with sole lengths as specifi ed in Table [A] for the binding type to be tested: adult, junior, or child. 2. Clean all five boots with a mild detergent and water. 3. Adjust a rental binding to the release indicator setting specified in Table [A] for the binding type. 4. Fit the binding to the boots and determine the Release Torque in all three directions of release (forward lean and both directions in twistthree releases in each direction). 5. Average the Release Torque for CW and CCW twist release. 6. Reject and replace any boot with a CW to CCW difference of more than 6 Nm for adult boots or 4 Nm when testing child boot types. 7 Rank the five twist results and select as the Reference Boot for twist, the middle boot. 8. Rank the five forward lean results and select as the Reference Boot for forward lean, the middle boot. Preseason Binding Inspection – The procedure that follows is an integral part of preseason maintenance. It is also a good way to determine if maintenance is adequate and which units have outlived their usefulness and must be removed from inventory. 1. Clean areas of the bindings that contact the boot and perform all preseason binding maintenance. 2. Visually or manually check: a. AFD condition. b. Brakes function. c. Release indicator readability and travel. d. Screw tightness. e. [other product specifi c inspections if required] 3. Fit each binding to the Reference Boot and adjust the release indicators to the value in Table [A]. 4. Check that the heel track and toe track code (if any) agree with the sole length code (if any) of the Reference Boot. 5. With the Reference Boot in the binding, verify elastic travel of the toe piece by striking the boot toe with a mallet or dead hammer and checking that the toe piece returns the boot quickly and completely to center.


6. Verify elastic travel of the heel piece by lifting the boot while depressing the heel piece cocking lever and checking that the heel piece returns the boot quickly and completely to the latched position. [other product specifi c procedures if required] 7. Manually release the binding 3 times in each direction. 8. Lubricate all boot/binding interfaces with a mild liquid detergent and water solution. 9. With the Ski Binding Test device determine the Release Torque for each direction of release (forward lean and both directions in twist). 10. Record „PASS“ in the binding‘s maintenance record if Test Results are within the Inspection Ranges provided in table [a]. 11. Set the ski aside if the Test Result in any directions of release is outside the Inspection Range in Table [A]. 12. follow Troubleshooting Procedure (page 105) for units which have been set aside and retest if changes in the unit‘s condition or adjustment are made. 13. Record „fAIL“ in the binding‘s maintenance record if, after troubleshooting, test results in any direction of release are outside the In-Use Range. Replace the „failed“ unit and retest before returning the ski to service. 14. If after troubleshooting, Test Results are outside the Inspection Range but within the In-Use Range, apply a Correction factor to the unit and note the Correction factor for that unit in the binding‘s maintenance record. 15. If many bindings fail, check the test device and re-inspect the Reference Boot. If necessary, select another boot and retest the bindings.

3. Remove from inventory all boots that have failed the visual check. example of an binding inspection machine Preseason Boot sampling –

Preseason Boot Preparation –

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The procedure that follows is an integral part of preseason maintenance. 1. Clean all boots with [a mild detergent and water], and repair or replace damaged or missing parts. 2. Visually check: a. Conformance with ISO and other applicable standards. If the bootcontacts the binding, brake, or Afd in areas other than the designated contact points, it may be incompatible with the binding. [product specific figure or description] b. Boot material. If the sole at the contact points with the binding or Afd can be scratched with a finger nail, the boot may be of inferiors quality and incompatible with the binding. c. Boot sole condition. If the boot sole is damaged, worn, or contaminated at contact points with the binding or Afd in a manner which can not be corrected, the boot may be incompatible with the binding. d. Brake compatibility with sole e. Rubber and/or metal sole protectors. If such materials contact the binding or Afd the boot may be incompatible with the binding. f. Mold flashings. flashing which can be seen or felt at contact points with the binding, brake, or Afd must be carefully removed.

Although sampling eliminates the need to test every boot before the season starts, the sample chosen must be representative of the inventory. 1. for boots that are new to inventory or have never been inspected, take a single boot from each cell (a cell is all boots of the same make, model, year, and shell size).

2. for used boots, take a 5% (but not less than 16 or more than 80) random sample of the entire inventory. Make sure that there is at least one boot from each cell in the sample.

Preseason Binding Inspection - table a Skier Code

Binding-Type

Solelength mm

Release Indicator Setting

Reference Rorque Twist Nm

Reference Rorque Forward Nm

Twist InspectionRange Nm

Forward InspectionRange Nm

Twist In-Use Range Nm

Forward In-Use Range Nm

E J L

Children Junior Adult

258 306 327

2,0 4,3 6

20 43 58

75 165 229

17-23 37-50 50-67

64-87 141-194 194-271

14-27 31-58 43-78

52-10 120-229 165-320


BINDINGS

3. If two consecutive samples pass, sampling frequency is increased to 14 days. 4. If a sample fails at any time, daily sampling is instituted until two consecutive samples pass, at which point weekly sampling resumes.

Preseason Boot Inspection – The procedure that follows helps to assure both boot/binding compatibility and boot interchange ability. Note: when using Table [A], in the Boot Inspection procedured that follow, the Sole Length and Release Indicator Setting Columns should be ignored.

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Sample size –

1. R  andomly select a pair of bindings that have passed the preseason inspection from each binding type; adult, junior, child. 2. Lubricate all boot/binding contact points with a mild liquid detergent. 3. Without regard to whether the boot is new or used, sort the sample by sole type and length according to the 20 mm Sole Length Categories 4. In each Sole Length Category rank the boots by sole length and select the middle boot. 5. In each Sole Length Category fit the appropriate reference bindings to this „typical“ boot and adjust the two bindings to release as close as practical to the Reference Torque in Table [A]. Use the Reference Torque corresponding to Skier Code [L] for the Adult binding, [J] for the Junior binding, and [E] for the Child binding. 6. Rinse the lubricant from one binding and mark it „clean.“ Mark the other “lubricated.“ 7. Test each boot in the Sole Length Category with the clean Reference Binding and then the lubricated Reference Binding in both twist and forward lean (only one direction in twist is required for the clean binding). 8. Set aside any boots for which the lubricated Test Result is more than 20% less than the clean Test Result in the same direction of release or the lubricated Test Result in any direction of release is outside of the Inspection Range provided in Table [A] for the Skier Code used to set up the Reference Binding (L, J, or E). 9. Repeat the Visual Check on all boots that have been set aside, correct any defects noted, and retest. Remove from inventory boots that fail the retest. 10. Check all other boots from the same cell (make, model, year, and shell size) as those that failed.

Sample size is 5% of inventory but not less than 16 no more than 80 units as noted in Table [B]. Sample size is based on average daily output. If rental output drops below 50% of capacity over the sampling period, the sample size can be reduced proportionately. Inseason Inspection 1. Take a random sample of the rental inventory as determined by Table [B]. Take half the sample from inventory as it is either rented or returned and the remainder from inventory available for rental. [Include a reference to “Helpful Tips for Random Sampling”]. 2. Wipe the boot clean and cycle the boot/binding systems at least once in each direction. 3. Test sample units in Twist (one direction only) and Forward Lean. 4. Compare the Test Results with the Inspection Range for the appropriate Skier Code. 5. If the results are within the Inspection Range, the unit passes. 6. If the results are outside Inspection Range but within the InUse Range, count the unit as a Class I Deviation. 7. If the results are outside the In-Use Range, count the unit as a Class II Deviation. 8. Check elastic travel and visually inspect the ski brake function, interface areas between boot and binding, including AFD, lug height adjustment (if appropriate), and forward pressure. Count any defi ciencies as Class I Deviations. 9. If more than the maximum number of Class I Deviations given in Table [B] are found in the sample, or a single Class II Deviation is detected the sample fails and daily sampling must be conducted until the problem which led to the failed sample is found and corrected. 10. Record the date the sample was tested, the number of units tested the number of Class I and Class II (or III) Deviations, whether the sample passed or failed and any actions taken. There is no need to record the identity of units tested or actual Test Results.

NOTE: On completion of the preseason inspection, clean the liquid detergent from the equipment [and lubricate the binding before returning it to service].

Inseason sampling and inspection

release value selection

The Inseason Inspection is a test of complete systems and all the procedures used by the rental staff to assemble and adjust the system. The program uses random samples of rental inventory taken at routine intervals. Any sampling program that gives every unit of inventory the same chance as every other of being picked is valid.

The selection of release setting depends on many variables including skier height, weight and skier type which takes into consideration levels of skiing style, skiing speed, and terrain selection. It is common understanding that no universal chart can take care of all variables during skiing for every individual. Ski and boot type, loading conditions during a fall, personal physical condition, and skiing style are some of the uncontrollable factors which make it impossible to determine only one valid release value for the skier. Moreover, some injuries (for example knee injuries) are quite unrelated to binding performance. Therefore it has to be clearly understood and accepted that the adjustment chart can serve only as a state-of-the-art guideline to adjust the bindings to protect skiers from injuries, but it optimum release/ retention setting for these skiers.

Sample Frequency – Random sampling is conducted throughout the entire season. Frequency is as follows: 1. After 7 days of operation. 2. If the sample passes the next sampling is taken after another 7 days of operation. Table B Inventory Size

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

Sample Size Units

16

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

80

Maximum Class I Dev.

3

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

16


It has proven to be appropriate for most skiers and skiing conditions. The chart is based on current ASTM and International Standards. After having completed the adjustment of the boots to the bindings, determine the indicator settings by using the Adjustment Chart according to the following procedure. Skiers must be classifi ed to determine appropriate binding settings. The codes I, II and III stand for different skier types, which describe main characteristics of the skier’s preferences with regard to terrain, speed and releasability. TYPE I –: Skier‘s witch need lower settings than Type 1. Recommendable for „beginners“ over 25 years. TYPE I SKIERS: • Ski conservatively • Prefer slower speeds • Prefer easy, moderate slopes • Favour lower than average release/retention settings. This corresponds to an increased risk of an inadvertent binding release in order to gain increased releasability in a fall • Prefer cautious skiing at lighter release/retention settings •T  ype I settings apply to ”entry-level skiers uncertain of their classification” TYPE II SKIERS • Ski moderately • Prefer a variety of speeds • Ski on varied terrain, including more difficult trails • Prefer moderate skiing at average release/retention settings • Are all skiers who do not meet all the descriptions of either Type I or Type III TYPE III SKIERS: • Ski aggressively • Normally ski at high speeds • Prefer steeper and most challenging terrain • Favour higher than average release/retention settings. This corresponds to decreased releasability in a fall in order to gain a decreased risk of inadvertent binding release

skiers move down the chart one Skier Code (towards higher values). For Type ”III” skiers move down the chart two Skier Codes. 3. For Skier who are 50 years or older, or under 10 years, move up one line. 4. Record the skier’s code on the workshop form. 5. Match the skier’s actual boot sole length with the selected Skier Code to find the binding’s initial indicator setting and adjust both toe and heel pieces to this setting. 6. Follow the instructions for mounting and/or adjusting of the system, as described in the earlier chapters. 7. Record pass/fail results and final indicator settings on the workshop form when all procedures are successfully completed. NOTE: The binding system must pass all required tests for the dealer to receive indemnifi cation. ”The Adjustment-Chart identifies a range of appropriate release torque values. The calculation of the range is made using a continuous function, that is, pound by pound to yield a graphic representation of the standardised torque range bounded by (more or less) straight lines. For practical purposes, manufacturers charts have been designed using weight intervals, rather than a smooth, continuous function. These intervals identify release torque values for skiers that fall within the standardised range, so they are entirely appropriate. Calculators, computer programs, and electronic system testers can and do make use of the actual equations however. This means that for a given skier, there can be more than one calculated reference torque value, torque range, and indicator scale setting depending on the method used. The settings table is on page 41. No recommendations for women according AFNOR NFX 50-007, FDS 52-748 for France!

important information The choice of the correct ski binding depends on a number of different factors (e.g. weight, size, age, sole length, skiing ability and skiing style).

• Prefer ”aggressive” skiing at higher release/retention settings

Attention: Make sure that you give the instruction sheet to the customer - it contains essential informations.

TYPE III +: Very good skier, who skis in challenging terrain and wants to have higher release values than Type 3.

Not following the instructions above will void ATOMIC from any liability and warranty, except if ATOMIC is proven to be negligent.

The Skier Type is not according to the level of the skier. So a good skier, who is not skiing aggressive, could use the type 2 Table. SPECIAL NOTE For experienced skiers who expressly request a setting different from the setting determined by the adjustment chart, the adjustment screw may be changed by one Skier Code up or down (at toe and/or heel) provided an appropriate disclaimer is signed. 1. Find the Skier Code which corresponds to the skier’s weight or height, whichever is closer to the top table. 2. This Skier Code is appropriate for Type ”I” skiers. For Type ”II”

we recommend for a height of

>

185 cm or 6´ 1´´

or weight of

>

85 kg or 185 lbs

or skiing ability

=

type 3 (good skier in all conditions and terrains)

an ATOMIC-binding with a Z value of 4 – 12 or 6 – 14.

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Troubleshooting Procedures This procedure follows ASTM F1063 for retail bindings, ASTM F1064 for rental bindings and ISO/FDIS 11088 International Standard. For further guidance please refer to these documents. There are three possible inspection results: 1) Inspection Range +/- 15% (+/- 1 line on the Adjustment Chart). As noted in step 10 above, no further action is necessary. 2) In Use Range +/- 30% (+/- 2 lines on the Adjustment Chart). Technician is required to apply Correction Factor--adjust binding up to 30% (+/- 2 lines from the target value on the Adjustment Chart). Procedure to apply Correction Factor: a. First, adjust binding to the indicator value shown on the next line (up or down as necessary) of the Adjustment Chart. b. RE-INSPECT BINDING (start back at step seven). c. If inspection results are within Inspection Range, make fine adjustments according to test device procedures, and record PASS in the binding‘s maintenance record. d. If binding still falls within In Use Range, adjust binding to the indicator value shown on next line (in the same direction as in step a) of the Adjustment Chart. e. RE-INSPECT BINDING. f. If inspection results are within Inspection Range, record indicator value and record PASS in the binding‘s maintenance record. g. If the inspection results are not within Inspection Range after step e, record FAIL in the binding‘s maintenance record and follow Atomic USA warranty procedures.

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3) Greater than 30%. Failed binding. Please follow Atomic USA warranty procedures. Reason for Notice: Clarification of System Testing Procedures for Determining System In-Use Range. Skitronic Plus Operators

Toe and Heel Release Test If system indicates „30% first release-test,“ retest binding. While testing note the actual release value (this value will disappear within a few seconds-so make a note of it). The operator should refer to the binding manufacturer‘s Release Values Selection Chart. If the actual release value is within two lines of the Release Values Selection Chart target value (in-use range), adjust the binding and retest. If the actual release value is not within two lines of the Release Values Selection Chart target value, check manufacturer‘s troubleshooting instructions. Speedtronic Operators

Heel Release Test If system does not indicate „OK,“ the operator should note the actual release value and refer to the binding manufacturer‘s Release Values Selection Chart. If the actual release value is within two lines of the Release Values Selection Chart target value (in-use range), adjust the binding and retest. If the actual release value is not within two lines of the Release Values Selection Chart target value, check manufacturer‘s troubleshooting instructions.


adjustment chart

Chart 1

Chart 2

Weight Weight Height kilo LBS cm

Height FT/IN

Skier Code

≤ 230

10-13

22-29

A

14-17

30-38

B

18-21

39-47

C

Inspection parameters

Initial indicator value depending on the boot sole length (mm)

Skier measurements

231 251 271 291 311 ¬ 250 –¬ 270 ¬ 290 ¬ 310 ¬ 330

0,75

0,75

0,75

1

0,75

0,75

0,75

1,50

1,25

1,25

1

22-25

48-56 D

1,75

1,50

1,50

1,25

26-30

57-66 E

2,50

2,25

2

1,75

1,50

1,50

31-35

67-78 F

3

2,75

2,50

2,25

2

1,75

3,50

2

331 ≥ Torsion Forward flex ¬ 350 351 Mz (Nm) My (Nm)

5

18

8 11

29 40

14

52

17

64

20

75

1,75

23

87

36-41

79-91

G

3

2,75

2,50

2,25

2

27

102

42-48

92-107

H

3,50

3

3

2,75

2,50

31

120

49-57

108-125 149-157 4’11”-5’1”

I

4,50

4

3,50

3,50

3

37

141

58-66

126-147 158-166 5’2”-5’5”

J

5,50

5

4,50

4

3,50

3

43

165

67-78

148-174

K

6,50

6

5,50

5

4,50

4

50

194

79-94

175-209 179-194 5’11”-6’4”

L

7,50

7

6,50

6

5,50

5

58

229

M

8,50

8

7

6,50

271

N

10

9,50

8,50

8

O

11,50

11

10

9,50

6 7,50 9

67

P

12

11

10,50

105

452

121

520

137

588

≥ 95

≥ 210

≤ 148

≤ 4’10”

167-178 5’6”-5’10” ≥ 195

≥ 6’5”

Note: the initial indicator values found in this table are only the starting point in the binding setting process. The initial values may need to be modified in order to achieve the correct measured release values. Note: 1. For skiers ≤ 13 kg no further correction is appropriate 2. For skiers ≤ 17kg Skiertype 1 is inappropriate 3. For skiers ≤ 21kg Skiertype 3 should not be used 4. For Skiers from 50 years and older, or under 10 years, please choose one line higher. 5. This Skiing code is verified to Type 1 skiers. For Skiers Type 1-: one line higher. For Skiers Type 2: one line lower. For Skiers Type 3: two lines lower. For Skiers Type 3+: tree lines lower.

78

320

91

380

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Skier measurements

Chart 1

18-21

67-78 F

175-209 179-194 5’11”-6’4”

79-94

P

1

0,75

2 3

Inspection parameters

3,50

2,75

2,25

1,75

1,25

0,75

0,75

7,50

6,50

5,50

4,50

11,50

10

8,50

7

6

5

4

3

2,75

2,25

1,75

1,50

1

0,75

271

11

9,50

8

6,50

5,50

4,50

3,50

3

2,50

2

1,50

1,25

291

3,50

3

2,50

2

1,50

1,25

0,75

0,75

251

12

10

8,50

7

6

5

4

3,50

2,75

2,25

1,75

1,50

311

11

9,50

8

6,50

5,50

4,50

3,50

3

2,50

2

1,75

331

520

121 137

588

452

380

320

271

229

194

165

141

120

102

87

75

64

105

91

78

67

58

50

43

37

31

27

23

20

17

52

29 40

18

10,50

7,50 9

6

5

4

3

14

8 11

5

Torsion Forward flex ¬ 250 –¬ 270 ¬ 290 ¬ 310 ¬ 330 ¬ 350 351 Mz (Nm) My (Nm) 231

2,50

1,50

230

Note: The initial indicator values found in this table are only the starting point in the binding setting process. The initial values may need to be modified in order to achieve the correct measured release values. Note: 1. For skiers ≤ 13 kg no further correction is appropriate / 2. For skiers ≤ 17kg Skiertype 1 is inappropriate / 3. For skiers ≤ 21kg Skiertype 3 should not be used / 4. For Skiers from 50 years and older, or under 10 years, please choose one line higher. / 5. This Skiing code is verified to Type 1 skiers. For Skiers Type 1-: one line higher. For Skiers Type 2: one line lower. For Skiers Type 3: two lines lower. For Skiers Type 3+: tree lines lower.

O

M

≥ 6’5”

L

K

N

≥ 195

167-178 5’6”-5’10”

J

I

H

≥ 210

148-174

67-78

≥ 95

126-147 158-166 5’2”-5’5”

58-66

108-125 149-157 4’11”-5’1”

49-57

≤ 4’10”

92-107

42-48

≤ 148

79-91

36-41

G

57-66 E

26-30

31-35

48-56 D

C

B

A

22-25

39-47

30-38

14-17

22-29

10-13

Height FT/IN

Skier Code

Chart 2 Initial indicator value depending on the boot sole length (mm)

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Weight Weight Height kilo LBS cm

adjustment chart

BINDINGS


SKIS

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SKIS

SKI prEparaTION

BaSE fINISH If the base is damaged, it must be ground after repair work has been carried out. The structure should be smooth.

the ski should be kept in its original condition for as long as possible. If the edge has become dull, it should only be polished laterally (recommended value side bevel 2-2,5°). 2-2,5° side bevel – sharp edge angle advantage: better grip on hard snow or ice. edge tuning on the base side from time to time it will also be necessary to tune the base side of the ski. There are two methods of doing this: • base bevel max. 1° • Off-set polishing

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edge off-set polished

edge with 89° (diagram)

(diagram)

edge base bevel 1° (diagram)

off set polishing: 0,1 mm set back, 1° base level suspended, polished very smoothly (little surface roughness) to prevent snow crystals sticking to the edge structure (interlocking). advantage: extremely easy turning Attention: > 2° – reduced and delayed edge grip <1° – very direct and aggressive edge grip

structure The bottom of the ski has an easily recognizable structure. In order to achieve good gliding properties in all types of snow, we recommend a relatively wide rounded structure with grooves that are not too deep. tip: Linear structures guide the ski very well, but make it more difficult to turn. Crossed – off-set structures allow the ski to swim freely on the snow surface and improve turning properties. advantage: excellent gliding properties for a broad range of applications.

Surface flat or plane along the bottom of the entire ski is vital for enjoyable and effortless skiing (can be checked with a true bar). A convex base lets the ski swim. attention: exception! With the wider ski geometries of modern carving skis, a slightly concave base around the tip and tail have a positive impact on tracking stability on straight runs, without any negative effect on turning.

note: The finer the polish of the steel edge, the better the performanceof the ski. Of course, the best results are achieved using the proper machines. The last work step to be carried out is the edge tuning. When preparing the surfaces of the edge make sure that all burres are removed. Around the tips and tails of the ski we recommend you dull the ski up to the contact point. (diagram) note: repairs on ceramic and e-Base can be carried out with normal (graphite and transparent) repair material.

attention: Burres can also be created during machine tuning! The edge should be very sharp (finger nail test) to ensure the necessary grip on hard frozen slopes. It must be burr-free to prevent an uneven and aggressive grip.

advantage: excellent edge grip, precision

Remember that bases also have to be waxed as part of the preparation. Important: all maintenance work on skis and bindings should only be carried out by specially trained personnel.


SKITIpS

Width-Spareparts

Height

dismantling: All ATOMIC ski tips have the same sealing mechanism (forced fit). To remove, first warm the tip slightly with a hair dryer before placing it in a vice. The tip can now be removed by moving the ski to and fro. mounting: Warm the ski tip with a hair dryer and then slide it on to the ski as far as possible. The tip can now be fixed with a rubber malled.

CHaSSIS / plaTES All pre-mounted chassis, plates, from ATOMIC are fixed with the correct torque for the individual ski model. for this reason, chassis, plates, should not be removed and remounted as this may reduce the retention force. ATOMIC

accepts no claims for liability, warranty or guarantee performances in the event of subsequent alterations to or removal of these parts.

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NOTES

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BOOTS

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RIDE REDSTER The fastest boot ever made The new Redster takes the performance skier to a whole new level. In close collaboration with ATOMIC‘s athletes, our engineers in Altenmarkt have developed a boot which responds more sensitively to the terrain, which steers more precisely and above all else accelerates more explosively. Based on our podium proven geometry, a totally new design has taken shape that boasts greater sensitivity, which is now even lighter, and one that makes you faster.

CARBON SPINE Carbon-reinforced areas of the cuff and shell can be up to six times stiffer and more supportive without compromising the feel at the front of the boot. Supernatural Acceleration

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Incredible steering precision, increased power transfer, and exceptional edge grip

Rotational Power Control a new dimension in control & comfort. Cuff rotates 5mm in each direction (10mm of total rotation) Lightning fast turn initiation = more efficient, faster skiing Customizable according to discipline = faster Customizable to biomechanical needs = more comfortable

micro CUFF ALIGNMENT Doubled amount of cuff alignment; total range of 8°: inward 2°, outward 6°. Better alignment = more responsive, more comfortable skiing Quicker turn initiation and maximum power transmission Customizable according to discipline = faster Customizable to biomechanical needs = more comfortable


SOFT YELLOW

MEDIUM WHITE

HARD BLACk

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FLEX CHASSIS Soft, medium and hard frames can be easily exchanged for custom feel. Individually customizable according to discipline and skiing style Individually tune the feel and sensitivity Custom forefoot flexibility delivers better balance, more control 200 g weight reduction per pair

NEW SOLE PROFILE

ANATOMIC FIT long heel section, short toe section connected by an arcing mid section with optimized deformation zones. Improved forefoot flexibility offers better balance Maximum sensitivity means increased responsiveness and snow feel 200 g weight reduction per pair

Goal: create the best out of the box fit. Ever. With the help of world’s best boot-fitters, we have created the most anatomically shaped last the ski boot world has ever seen. No need to “make the boot work”- fit more feet instantly without the need for special ovens or compression gadgets.


BOOT CONCEpTS rEDSTEr DNa

rEDSTEr

1-COMPONENT SHELL WITH CARBON SPINE 98 MM NARROW FIT 1 MM OFFSET SHELL 0° SHELL ROTATION FORWARD LEAN ANGLE 16-18°

flaT BOTTOm CHaSSIS Typical designs cup the bottom of your foot, forcing your foot into an unnatural and cramped position. Atomic‘s Flat Bottom Chassis allows your foot to naturally sit level in the shell, providing a much more comfortable and neutral fit.

WC

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prO

JUNIOr

WC 170 lIfTED

WC 150

WC 130

WC 110

prO 130

prO120

prO 110

prO 100

prO 90

WC 90

prO 80

WC 70

SHELL MATERIAL

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

CUFF MATERIAL

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

Race FIS

Race FIS

Race FIS

Race FIS

ELITE T3

ELITE T3

PRO T2

PRO T2

PRO T2

Race FIS

LINER

35mm Velcro Strap

SPORT T1 SPORT T1

35mm 35mm 35mm 35mm 35mm 35mm Velcro Strap Velcro Strap Velcro Strap Velcro Strap Velcro Strap Velcro Strap

STRAP

Dual Strap Dual Strap Dual Strap

BUCkLE

RSX 7000

RSX 7000

RSX Alu

RSX Alu

RSX 7000

RSX 7000

RSX 6000

RS 6000

RS 6000

RS 6000

RS 6000

FRAMES

All All All 3 Included 3 Included 3 Included

Medium Only

All 3 Included

Medium Only

Medium Only

Medium Only

Medium Only

Medium Only

None

None

12/22

12/26

12/26

12/26

12/26

12/22

BOOT BOARd SIzE RANgE

12/22

RSX 7000

12/22

12/22

25.5 - 29.5 23.5 - 29.5 22.5 - 29.5 22.5 - 29.5

Dual Strap Dual Strap

23.5 - 29.5 22.5 - 29.5 22.5 - 29.5 22.5 - 29.5 22.5 - 27.5

“No Frame“ “No Frame“ 12/26 12/26

22.5 - 27.5 22.5 - 27.5 22.5 - 27.5

ROTATIONAL POWER CONTROL

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

ROTATIONAL CUFF HARdWARE

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

0 + 3mm included

NOT Included

NOT Included

All Low Cuff

All Low Cuff

All Low Cuff

AddITIONAL SPEC

3mm injected lift 3mm lifters included

-

-

Low Cuff: 22.5-24.5 Reg Cuff: 25.5-29.5

Rubber Mid Rubber Mid Rubber Mid Grip Grip Grip Rubber Mid Grip

Rubber Mid Grip

Low Cuff: 22.5-24.5

Low Cuff: 22.5-24.5

Low Cuff. 22.5-24.5

Reg. Cuff: 25.5-29.5

Reg. Cuff: 25.5-29.5

Reg. Cuff: 25.5-29.5


REDSTER PRO (Dimension in mm) Mould Nr Size MP

REDSTER WC (Dimension in mm)

02.0.01.1

Sole

Mould Nr

Last

Size MP

02.0.01.0

Sole

Last

Length

Length

Width

Length

Length

Width

22.0 - 22.5

266

247

90

22.0 - 22.5

266

247

87

23.0 - 23.5

275

257

92

23.0 - 23.5

275

257

89

24.0 - 24.5

285

267

94

24.0 - 24.5

285

267

91

25.0 - 25.5

295

277

96

25.0 - 25.5

295

277

93

26.0 - 26.5

305

287

98

26.0 - 26.5

305

287

95

27.0 - 27.5

315

297

100

27.0 - 27.5

315

297

97

28.0 - 28.5

325

307

102

28.0 - 28.5

325

307

99

29.0 - 29.5

335

317

104

29.0 - 29.5

335

317

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REDSTER WORKBOOK GENERAL INFO The following will serve as guidelines and instructions for modifying the shell & cuff of the new Atomic Redster family of boots. Given its unique Carbon Fiber and Polyurethane composition, the new Atomic Redster represents a revolutionary advancement in ski boot construction. Our engineers in Altenmarkt were able to combine the light weight and high strength aspects of Carbon Fiber with the malleable and trusted aspects of Polyurethane.

TOOLS ■

Stretching • Rocco boot press • Croc press • Scott press • Hydraulic stretchers

Grinding • Suhner Minifix 25 flexidrive (Europe) • Fordom 1/3 HP flexidrive (USA) • 25mmØ double cut round ball carbide cutter • 20-25mmØ multi directional cutter • 12mmØ double cut cylinder carbide cutter • flapper wheel for polishing • Flat bed sander • Bench mounted router (if working with W/C 160 or 170 lifted)

Heating • Heat gun AEG powertherm 600EC • Nestor infrared ceramic heater • Boot oven 110°C

Measuring • Infrared temperature gun • Digital external caliper • Verniers gauge • Height gauge • Protractor • Bevel box digital level • Milled flat plate for reference

General • Solid surface (granite tile is ideal) for cooling boots • Sloping podium • Boot spreader • Boot vice with solid plate (as supplied with Rocco press)

This means we were able to utilize revolutionary materials in our construction all the while retaining the traditional methods of boot-fitting. So, when working on the new Atomic Redster family of boots you will not need any special tools or practices. With that said, we have taken the time to go through all steps when modifying the shell and cuff. Please follow the tips and directions below when modifying the Atomic Redster family of boots to ensure the best possible results.

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rEDSTEr WOrKBOOK OfTENING flEX

SHEll STrETCHING: fOrEfOOT

Cutting around the throat of the lower shell provides the best way to soften the Redster’s flex (the deeper the cut, the softer the flex), which should be ground with a high-speed cutter rather than cut with snips. {Recommend 12mmØ cylinder carbide burr} All edges should be ground smooth and polished with a flap wheel so that no over cuts are present as this can cause shell splitting or delamination if the cuts are allowed to extend with the forces of skiing. Heat moulding: entire shell & cuff

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Redster shells can be heated in a boot oven at 110°C. for the suggested times below. This is ideal to give shape and allow a small amount of space around the foot to form. This process will also heat form the liner to give better definition for the foot. When cooling, the boot should be lightly buckled and the skier stands in a neutral stance on a hard flat surface or ideally a sloping podium. Use of the sloping podium will give better definition around the heel pocket. The surface must be solid and flat to prevent warping of the sole of the boot.

model

Oven time in minutes - 110°C

WC 170

15

WC 160

15

WC 150

15

WC 130

15

WC 110

10

WC 90

10

WC 70

10

PRO 130

10

PRO 110

10

PRO 90

10

PRO 80

10

These times cause no shell damage cosmetically yet allow the shells to be sufficiently soft for easy entry and moulding around the foot.

For best results, forefoot stretches should be performed with a mechanical press such as the Rocco press or a Scott press. Internal type stretchers, which rely on applying pressure to one part of the shell to stretch another, can be used but care must be taken as not to lose height as you gain width. Heating the shell can be done in various ways. Using either a hot air gun or infrared ceramic elements are the preferred methods for spot stretches, however an oven can be used for more general areas. Although this method yields a permanent result, it will not be as defined as with a spot heating method.The shell should be heated slowly from a distance until the external temperature is 130-145°C. At this temperature, the inner wall of the shell should at a sufficient temperature to allow the stretch to be defined (additional heating of the inside of the shell and the head of the stretcher if metal will help with heat penetration). Using a protective layer between the shell and the head of the press can prevent scarring of the plastic shell. For real race applications, width stretching should be kept as minimal as possible to prevent “boot out”. The Pro series of boots will stretch quicker and with less heating duration than WC models. Remember, the aim is to get the same temperature throughout the shell wall thickness, regardless of Pro or WC, and thus the thicker shell walls of the WC just taking a little longer to heat (not a higher temperature). SHEll STrETCHING: TOE BOX It is possible to increase the toe box length of the Redster shell by 3-4mm with ease and without any distortion to other parts of the shell. This is best achieved using a Rocco press and “pulling” the stretch whilst the boot is held in a solid jig. The toe box plastic is heated to a constant 130-145°C and the press tightened to the desired amount, with care no cosmetic changes should be visible to the plastic of the toe box. Other presses, which push from the back of the boot, must be used with care so as to minimize distortion to the chassis of the boot. Clamping the boot on a solid surface (or in a binding) can reduce this warping. STrETCHING aNKlE arEa

Heat moulding: liners For best results when heating liners, the liner should be heated on a standard moulding machine for 10 minutes. For liners that are able to be laced, place the liner onto the foot and lace up snugly. The liner and foot should then be inserted into the shell. For ease of entry, the shell (if not being heated fully) can be warmed in the oven for 2-3 minutes. With liners that are not able to be laced, avoid wrinkling by carefully placing the heated liners into the shells and open liner & shell to ease the customer’s step in.

In the ankle area of the shell & cuff, we have our Carbon Spine technology mated with traditional Polyurethane. During the manufacturing process, both chemical and mechanical bonds are formed between the two types of plastic. This ensures a very durable and secure union, one that is found in other 2-component boots on the market as well (Atomic Hawx, Salomon Impact, Nordica Speedmachine, etc). However, when stretching in this area, care should always be taken not to separate the 2 plastics. Heat should be applied slowly from a distance until the shell plastic is at 130-145°C, heat may also be applied to the inner


to speed the process. On stretches around the heel on the carbon loaded boots the cooling takes place very quickly. For consistent results, the press should remain in place until the product is at room temperature. GRINDING FOREFOOT AREAS

surface of the shell at this point to ensure that even temperature distribution is attained. If using a press with a metal ball head then heating the head of the press will also help to get more “safe” heat into the plastic (The most effective presses for this job are either the Rocco or Croc style from Sidas). Increase pressure on the press very slowly and if doing a large stretch it is best to work in stages rather than try to stretch the shell at one time. With a larger stretch there may be some separation of the edge of the Carbon Spine at the union to the normal Polyurethane of the main body of the shell. This opening at the union will have no effect on the performance /strength of the shell but may cause concern to the customer. Any gapping can be filled using “Wurth Replast”, a 2-part plastic glue (polyurethane base) from the automotive industry which can be sanded, cut and ground after curing (10mins). SHELL STRETCHING HEEL POCKET While the recommended adjustment for calcaneal spurs is grinding, there are times when the shell must also be stretched. For best results, this should be done before grinding any material, heating the shell from the inside and heating the metal head of the stretcher where possible will help with heat distribution through the plastic. Heat the shell to a constant external temperature of 130-145°C using a heat gun on a low setting from a distance, and protect the area to be stretched from the metal of the stretcher head externally with leather or similar material. There will be some change in the external appearance of the Carbon Spine of the boot with heating/stretching but with care this effect will be minimal. It is important to inform the customer that there will be a change to the appearance of the boot, due to the nature of the material there is no way to avoid this. With more extensive stretching 3-4mm + then the cosmetic appearance of the carbon area will be changed significantly, but it should not be necessary for this level of stretching in this area of the boot as there is some 7mm of material in the heel pocket, over 4mm of which can be ground. In instances where a large stretch in this area is required, work slowly and with low heat in order to minimize the change of appearance. Cooling boots after stretching Boots that have been stretched should be allowed to cool to room temperature; this can be either naturally or with cold water/snow

The shell of Redster can be ground using a flexible drive grinder and a carbide cuter, a 25mmØ ball cutter is the most effective tool for this job, using a smaller radius cutter head can result in digging into the shell and causing damage. For ease of access dismount the cuff of the boot and open the lower shell on a spreader. An external caliper can be used to measure the shell thickness at the area to be ground and this thickness can be checked throughout the process. Care should be taken not to grind more than 70% of the wall thickness to maintain the structure of the shell (50% should be a good guideline for material that can be removed). For grinding in the toe box it is suggested that a multi-directional cutter head is used to prevent the cutter from biting and grinding through the shell, gentle pressure should be used at all times and care should be taken with the shell thickness in this area. All grinds should be polished out with a flap wheel to give a smooth finish. GRINDING AROUND THE HEEL AREA

There is significant material in the heel area of the Redster shell, but as with all areas care should be taken when grinding. The Carbon Spine will become visible approximately 50% of the way through the material, and the size and structure of the plastic chippings form the grinder head will change (larger harder particles) when you start to grind into the carbon areas. Work slowly with light pressure, do not remove more than 70% of the overall thickness of the material to maintain shell structure. If stretching is required in this area along with a grind (see section on stretching heel area) it should ideally be done before the grind. However, if stretching must be done after grinding then care must be taken since the thinned area of carbon material will heat through very quickly. The safest option is to use a boot oven at 110C assuming no other stretches have been made to the shell. If this is not possible then proceed with spot heating at low temperatures from a distance.

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waymaker DNA

Boot Concepts

101 MM MEDIUM FIT + LIVE FIT PERFORMANCE

WAYMAKER CARBON WAYMAKER WAYMAKER TOUR

1-COMPONENT SHELL WITH carbon spine 1 mm OFFSET ShEll 3° ShEll ROTATION FORWARD lEAN ANglE 15° FLAT BOTTOM CHASSIS 35° cuff mobility (waymaker Carbon & Waymaker Tour)

Dimension in mm Mould Nr Size MP

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02.0.01.1

Sole

Last

Length

Length

Width

22.0 - 22.5

257

245,3

93

23.0 - 23.5

267

255,3

95

24.0 - 24.5

287

265,3

97

25.0 - 25.5

297

275,3

99

26.0 - 26.5

307

285,3

101

27.0 - 27.5

317

295,3

103

28.0 - 28.5

327

305,3

105

29.0 - 29.5

337

315,3

107

30.0 - 30.5

347

325,3

109

31.0 - 31.5

357

335,3

111

WAYMAKER CARBON CARBON 130

CARBON 110

CARBON 100W

CARBON SPINE - SHELL

Yes

Yes

Yes

CARBON SPINE - CUFF

Yes

Yes

Yes

SHELL Material

PU

PU

PU

Cuff Material

PU

PU

PU

Liner

Elite T3

Pro T2

Sport T1

Strap

50 mm Velcro

50 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

Buckle

Triad 7000

Triad 7000

Triad 6000

Boot Board

Super Light

Super Light

Super Light

Size Range

24.5 – 29.5

25.5 – 29.5

23.5 – 27.5

CUFF ALIGNMENT (INSIDE)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

CUFF ALIGNMENT (OUTSIDE)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Multi Norm Chassis - DIN

Multi Norm Chassis - DIN

Multi Norm Chassis - DIN

GRIP PADS


WAYMAKER 100

90

80

70

80W

70W

60

CARBON SPINE SHELL

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

CARBON SPINE - CUFF

Yes

No

No

No

No

No

No

SHELL Material

PU

PE

PE

PE

PU

PE

PE

Cuff Material

PU

PU

PE

PE

PE

PE

PE

Liner

Sport T1

Sport T1

Comfort

Comfort

Sport T1

Comfort

Comfort

Strap

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

Buckle

Triad 6000

Triad 6000

Triad 6000

Triad 6000

Triad 6000

Triad 6000

Triad 6000

Boot Board

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Size Range

25.5 – 29.5 + 30.5

24.5 – 29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5

25.5 – 29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5

24.5 – 29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5

22.5 – 27.5

22.5 – 27.5

22.5 – 27.5

CUFF ALIGNMENT Excenter Screw (INSIDE)

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

CUFF ALIGNMENT Excenter Screw (OUTSIDE)

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Double Density

Double Density

Single Density

Double Density

Double Density

Single Density

GRIP PADS

Double Density

WAYMAKER TOUR TOUR 110

TOUR 100

TOUR 90

TOUR 100W

CARBON SPINE SHELL

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

CARBON SPINE CUFF

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

SHELL Material

PEBAX

PEBAX

PU

PEBAX

Cuff Material

PEBAX

PEBAX

PU

PEBAX

Liner

Intuition

Sport T1

Sport T1

Intuition

Strap

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

35 mm Velcro

Buckle

Triad Wire

Triad Wire

Triad Wire

Triad Wire

Boot Board

Super Light

Super Light

Super Light

Super Light

Size Range (HALF SIZE ONLY !)

24.5 – 29.5

25.5 – 29.5

25.5 – 29.5

22.5 – 27.5

CUFF ALIGNMENT (INSIDE)

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

CUFF ALIGNMENT (OUTSIDE)

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Multi Norm Chassis Touring

Multi Norm Chassis Touring

Multi Norm Chassis Touring

Multi Norm Chassis Touring

GRIP PADS

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Hawx DNA 2-COMPONENT ShEll WITh I-FlEX INSERTS

Boot Concepts

100 mm medium fit 1 mm OFFSET ShEll 3° ShEll ROTATION FORWARD lEAN ANglE 16°

Hawx Keep your balance more easily, control the ski more precisely, and ski with less fatigue: for all that, you need a boot that gives you reliable traction and still allows the forefoot its natural freedom of movement.

Dimension in mm Mould Nr Size MP

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06.0.01.0 / 96.0.01.1 Sole

Last

Length

Length

Width

22.0 - 22.5

265

248

92

23.0 - 23.5

275

258

94

24.0 - 24.5

285

268

96

25.0 - 25.5

295

278

98

26.0 - 26.5

305

288

100

27.0 - 27.5

315

298

102

28.0 - 28.5

325

308

104

29.0 - 29.5

335

318

106

30.0 - 31.5

355

338

110

i-Flex Zones True game-improvement technology that allows the skier’s forefoot to naturally flex during a turn, providing the skier with better balance, more control, and easier skiing.

Energy Spring A spring steel component returns the reverse cambered shell back to neutral at the end of each turn, producing a lively feel to the boot and readiness for the next turn.

Recco equipped

HAWX 130

HAWX 120

HAWX 110

HAWX 100

HAWX 90

HAWX 100 W

HAWX 90 W

HAWX 80 W

Shell Material

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

Cuff Material

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

Liner

Elite T3

Elite T3

Pro T2

Pro T2

Sport T1

Pro T2

Sport T1

Sport T1

Strap

45mm Velcro

45mm Velcro

45mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

Buckle

Edge 7000

Edge 7000

Edge 7000

Edge 7000

Edge 7000

Edge 7000

Edge 7000

Edge 7000

Boot Board

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Size Range

24.5-30.5 + 31.5

24.5-30.5 + 31.5

25.5-30.5 + 31.5

24.5-30.5 + 31.5

25.5-30.5 + 31.5

22.5 – 27.5

22.5-27.5

22.5-27.5

Cuff Alignment (inside)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Cuff Alignment (outside)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Double Density

Double Density

Double Density

Double Density

Single Density

Double Density

Double Density

Single Density

Grip Pads


live fit DNA

Boot Concepts

2-COMPONENT ShEll WITh live-fit INSERTS 102 mm wide fit + live fit 1 mm OFFSET ShEll 3° ShEll ROTATION FORWARD lEAN ANglE 15°

Live Fit Live Fit is the first ski boot in the world that transmits the exact shape of your foot LIVE through the liner and shell. Even when stepping in, the boot immediately adapts to the width of your foot. While skiing, it preserves the natural foot print for perfect balance making skiing easier than ever. Live Fit. Your Perfect Fit. Instantly.

Dimension in mm Mould Nr Sole

Size MP

Last

Length

Length

Width

269

251

94-98

22.0 - 22.5

Live Fit Zones These zones automatically adapt to the skier’s forefoot shape providing instant comfort, improved sensations, better blood flow, warmer toes and happier feet.

23.0 - 23.5

279

261

96-100

24.0 - 24.5

289

271

98-102

25.0 - 25.5

299

281

100-104

26.0 - 26.5

309

291

102-106

27.0 - 27.5

319

301

104-108

28.0 - 28.5

329

311

106-110

29.0 - 29.5

339

321

108-112

30.0 - 30.5

349

331

110-114

31.0 - 32.5

369

351

114-118

LIVE FIT 90

LIVE FIT 80

LIVE FIT 70

LIVE FIT 90 W

LIVE FIT 80 W

LIVE FIT 70 W

LIVE FIT 60 W

LIVE FIT 130 LIVE FIT 100

Live Fit Convenience Our 2-buckle design with oversized power strap allows for easy entry and exit, all while properly securing your foot for all day comfort on the slopes.

Shell Material

PU

PU

PU

PE

PE

PU

PU

PE

PE

Cuff Material

PU

PU

PE

PE

PE

PE

PE

PE

PE

Liner

Pro T2

Sport T1

Sport T1

Comfort

Comfort

Sport T1

Sport T1

Comfort

Comfort

Strap

45mm Velcro

45mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

Buckle

Mega Alu

Mega Alu

Mega Alu

Mega Alu

Mega PC

Mega Alu

Mega Alu

Mega Alu

Mega Alu

Boot Board

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Plastic

Size Range

25.5-29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5 + 32.5

25.5-29.5 + 30.5

25.5-29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5 + 32.5

25.5-29.5 + 30.5

25.5-29.5 + 30.5

22.5-27.5

22.5-27.5

22.5-27.5

22.5-27.5

Cuff Alignment (inside)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Cuff Alignment (outside)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Excenter Screw

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Double Density

Double Density

Double Density

Single Density

Single Density

Double Density

Double Density

Single Density

Single Density

Grip Pads

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Boot Concepts

overload DNA 101 MM MEDIUM FIT + LIVE FIT PERFORMANCE 1-COMPONENT SHELL WITH CARBON HIGH BACK 1 mm OFFSET ShEll 3° ShEll ROTATION FORWARD lEAN ANglE 13°-17°

Overload

FLAT BOTTOM CHASSIS

The Overload offers a relaxed fit, relaxed geometry, and even more shock absorption to soak up the harshest landings.

Dimension in mm Mould Nr Size MP

60

Sole

Last

Length

Length

Width

22.0 - 22.5

257

245,3

93

23.0 - 23.5

267

255,3

95

24.0 - 24.5

287

265,3

97

25.0 - 25.5

297

275,3

99

26.0 - 26.5

307

285,3

101

27.0 - 27.5

317

265,3

103

28.0 - 28.5

327

305,3

105

29.0 - 29.5

337

315,3

107

OVERLOAD 120 OVERLOAD 100 OVERLOAD 70

Shell Material

PU

PU

PE

Cuff Material

PU

PE

PE

CARBON HIGH BACK

Yes

Yes

Yes

FLIP CHIP

Yes

Yes

No

Liner

Pro T2

Sport T1

Comfort

Strap

50mm Velcro

50mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

Buckle

Stabilizer

Stabilizer

Mega PC

Boot Board

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Size Range

25.5-29.5

25.5-29.5

Cuff Alignment (inside)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Center Rivet

Cuff Alignment (outside)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Center Rivet

Dual Density

Dual Density

Single Density

Grip Pads

22.5 + 23.5 + 24.5-29.5

Blow Out Zones Medial and lateral Live Fit zones allow the foot to naturally expand during harsh landings, maximizing comfort and shock absorption.

Shockilla 3-D Heel 10mm of super soft silicon protect the back of the heel on switch landings and a new EVA insert underneath the heel provides added damping for the big hits.


Boot Concepts

rental Our most successful, best fitting concepts available in highly durable colors, with sanitized liners, color coded sizing, and barcodes.

junior JR 4 BUCKLE

JR 3 BUCKLE

JR 2 BUCKLE

Shell Material

PU

PU

PU

Cuff Material

PE

PE

PE

Liner

Junior

Junior

Junior

Strap

None

None

None

Buckle

JR PC

JR PC

JR PC

Boot Board

None

None

None

Size Range

24.0 - 26.5

21.0 - 23.5

18.0 - 20.5

Cuff Alignment (inside)

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Cuff Alignment (outside)

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Grip Pads

HAWX PLUS

WAYMAKER PLUS

LIVE FIT PLUS

WAYMAKER MR

LIVE FIT LITE

HAWX PLUS W

WAYMAKER PLUS W

LIVE FIT PLUS W

Shell Material

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

Cuff Material

PU

PU

PU

PU

PE

PU

PU

PU

Liner

Sport T1

Comfort

Comfort

Comfort

Comfort

Sport T1

Comfort

Comfort

Strap

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

Buckle

Edge 7000

Triad 6000

Mega Alu

Triad 6000

Mega PC

Edge 7000

-

-

Boot Board

Plastic

Shockilla

Plastic

Shockilla

Plastic

Plastic

Shockilla

Plastic

Size Range

25.5 - 29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5

24.5 - 29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5

25.5 - 29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5 + 32.5

22.5 - 29.5 + 30.5 + 31.5

22.5 + 23.5 - 30.5 + 31.5 + 32.5

22.5-27.5

22.5-27.5

22.5-27.5

Cuff Alignment (inside)

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Cuff Alignment (outside)

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Grip Pads

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BOOT CONCEpTS

TraCKEr DNa 1-COMPONENT SHELL 98 MM NARROW FIT + LIVE FIT PERFORMANCE 1 MM OFFSET SHELL 0° SHELL ROTATION FORWARD LEAN ANGLE 16–18°

TraCKEr The highest performance freeride boot in the world. The Tracker will truly take you wherever you want to go, and let you rip the descent when you get there.

lIvE fIT pErfOrmaNCE A Live Fit zone is purposefully placed on the lateral side to eliminate common “hot spots”, while the medial side of the boot remains solid for maximum power transfer and edge grip.

Dimension in mm mould Nr Size mp

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last Nr. 02.0.01.1 Sole

ENDUrO CHaSSIS

last

length

length

Width

22.0 - 22.5

266

247

90

23.0 - 23.5

275

257

92

24.0 - 24.5

285

267

94

25.0 - 25.5

295

277

96

26.0 - 26.5

305

287

98

27.0 - 27.5

315

297

100

28.0 - 28.5

325

307

102

29.0 - 29.5

335

317

104

We‘ve taken our podium-proven race geometry and combined it with real all mountain traction. Our race geometry gives the all mountain skier the confidence to attack steeper, more aggressive terrain than ever before and our Ridge Walker Sole made with genuine Skywalk rubber provides superb traction all over the mountain.

pOWEr CONTrOl rElEaSE Release the cuff from the lower shell and walk and tour in the backcountry with ease. Simply return the lever back to the ski position for 100% freeride power on the descent. Allows for 20° of total range of movement (18° Final Forward Position, -2° Final Rearward Position).

rECCO EqUIppED

TraCKEr 130

TraCKEr 110

TraCKEr 90

TraCKEr 110 W

TraCKEr 90 W

TraCKEr 70 W

SHELL MATERIAL

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

CUFF MATERIAL

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

PU

LINER

Elite T3

Pro T2

Sport T1

Pro T2

Pro T2

Sport T1

STRAP

Dual Strap

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

35mm Velcro

BUCkLE

Carabiner

Carabiner

BT 6000

BT 6000

BT 6000

BT 6000

BOOT BOARd

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

Shockilla

SIzE RANgE

24.5 – 29.5

25.5 – 29.5

25.5 – 29.5

22.5 – 27.5

22.5 – 27.5

22.5 – 27.5

CUFF ALIgNMENT (INSIdE)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

CUFF ALIgNMENT (OUTSIdE)

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

Excenter Screw

gRIP PAdS

Skywalk Rubber Soles

Skywalk Rubber Soles

Skywalk Rubber Soles

Skywalk Rubber Soles

Skywalk Rubber Soles

Skywalk Rubber Soles


Boot Concepts

women women DNA TRUE size 22.0 MP Women’s Specific Cuff height up to size 27.5 MP Women’s Specific Liner Construction on all Women’s Liners

AFS Liner The AnAtomical cut out and 4-way stretch materials instantly provide up to 10mm of automatic calf adaptation in our Women’s Specific liners.

AFS Cuff The Adaptable Fit System Cuff can be easily adjusted in order to fit different calf shapes. By loosening the screw and lowering the cuff, cuff height is reduced by 10mm and circumference is enlarged by 8 mm.

Clima Foam A unique foam construction that traps more air against the foot and creates a new level of warmth found only with Atomic.

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Boot Concepts

JUNIOR Our future needs the best boots today. This is why we have revamped our ultra smooth flexing Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; boots with lower liner heights and new buckles that offer better closure and ease of handling.

Dimension in mm Mould Nr Size MP

Last

Length

Length

Width

18.0 - 19.5

C 237

219

84

20.0 - 20.5

C 247

229

86

21.0 - 21.5

C 257

239

88

22.0 - 22.5

A 267

249

90

23.0 - 23.5

A 277

259

92

24.0 - 24.5

A 287

269

94

25.0 - 25.5

A 297

279

96

26.0 - 26.5

A 307

289

98

C= Children Norm /

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08.0.03.1

Sole

A= Adult Norm

RJ60

WAYMAKER JR 70

4 BUCKLE

3 BUCKLE

2 BUCKLE

AJ 1

Shell Material

PU

PU

PE

PE

PE

PE

Cuff Material

PE

PE

PE

PE

PE

PE

Liner

Junior Pro

Junior Pro

Junior

Junior

Junior

Junior

Strap

25mm Velcro

25mm Velcro

None

None

None

None

Buckle

Alu 6000

Alu 6000

JR PC

JR PC

JR PC

JR PC

Boot Board

None

None

None

None

None

None

Size Range

19.0 - 26.5

22.0 - 26.5

24.0 - 26.5

21.0 - 23.5

18.0 - 20.5

15.0 - 17.0

Cuff Alignment (inside)

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

N/A

Cuff Alignment (outside)

Excenter Rivet

Excenter Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

Center Rivet

N/A

Grip Pads

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density

Single Density


CUSTOmIZING YOUr BOOT ■ heat moLdInG fIttInG foam

■ mIcro fLeece InsULatIon Heat loss

A full layer of heat molding foam wraps around the sides of the foot, the ankle, and the Achilles areas The foam is pre molded so the liner can be used out of the box To custom fit the foam just heat the liner for 5 minutes using the ATOMIC Therm-ic fit System, and then wear the boots for 10 minutes. The foam will cool and set to the foot shape.

Micro Fleece Liner

Standard Liner

Insulation

All adult boots feature micro fleece insulation around the forefoot for superior warmth – Thermal camera imaging clearly demonstrates the effectiveness – High heat loss = poor insulation

■ therm-Ic Pre-WIred and PrePared Boots

■ conform’aBLe foot-Beds

A

a

B

B

Conform’able foot beds improve fit and control through A

Arch flex TM Reinforcement with flexible arch that adapts to the foot

B

double foam heel cup for Cushioning

Conform’able foot beds are standard in Custom Pro, Team Pro, & Team Sport Liners

A

Therm-ic Prepared: All B-Tech and M-Tech boots are prepared for use with Therm-ic foot beds and battery packs*.

– There is a sleeve in the liner for the foot bed cable – There is an adapter for mounting the battery* B

Therm-ic Pre Wired: In addition all B70, B80, B90 Men and Women models are equipped with a Therm-ic foot bed; just add a battery pack*.

* supplied separately

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GENEral

6.1 mondopoint table Mondopoint (MP) is a measuring system for boots that states the length of the foot in metric measurements. This means that a 27 cm long foot has an MP measurement of 27. The advantage of this system is that the different terms for size such as size in england and the USA and Stich in france are standardised.

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Using our foot Measuring device with the Order No. Z750092X, retailers can easily measure the size and width of the customerâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;s foot.


6.2 establishing the correct boot size 6.2.1 the atomIc foot measUre The ATOMIC foot measure is very accurate and can be used to measure both the right and left foot.

Please note that the atomIc foot measure is for guidance purposes only and in no way guarantees a correctly sized or fitting boot.

6.2.2 other UsefUL Ways of checKInG If the Boot sIZe Is correct: Liner checking: Pull the liner out of the boot and place the customerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s foot inside the liner. Check if the liner is too big or small by feeling how tight the fit is on the heel and toes. note: Liner checking is for guidance only and in no way guarantees a correctly sized or fitting boot. measuring the right foot: Place the heel in the rear right corner of the measure. Place the 1st metatarsal (widest part of the ball of the foot) against the right side of the black slider. Both feet should be evenly weighted and the knees slightly bent forward. To measure the length bring the slider back until it gently touches the toes. To measure the width bring the slider over until it touches the 5th metatarsal or widest part on the outside of the foot.

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measuring the left foot: Place the right heel in the rear left corner of the measure. Place the 5th metatarsal (widest part of the ball of the foot) against the right side of the black slider. Both feet should be evenly weighted and the knees slightly bent forward. To measure the length bring the slider back until it gently touches the toes. To measure the width bring the slider over until it touches the 1st metatarsal or widest part on the outside of the foot.

shell checking: Remove the liner and place the customerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s foot carefully inside the shell. The shell may have sharp edges so be very careful and ensure the customer is wearing socks. Ask the customer to slide their foot forward until the toes are touching the front of the shell and check to see how much space is behind the heel. There is no precise way of establishing the correct amount of space but 2cm is about average. However the fit depends on the individual customer needs and expectations. NOTe: Shell checking is for guidance only and in no way guarantees a correctly sized or fitting boot.

2 CM


THE aNaTOmIC fIT lINErS

+ FIRST FIT

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= FUNCTIONAL FIT

Performance PERFORMANCE

ATOMICS GREAT “FIRST FIT” AND ALLOWANCE FOR PROPER “FUNCTION” ARE THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS SO YOU CAN SKI AT YOUR BEST.

first fit

functional fit

Our AnAtomic “first fit” makes our ski boots so comfortable. Simply put, our Last follows the complex contours of your foot to give you the perfect out of the box fit. Then we provide the right amount of comfort space matched to your performance level customizing the fit to your needs.

did you know your lower body joints are in constant motion while skiing? Or at least, they should. Atomic boots support the mechanics needed for skiing well. Very well!

High Volume 102 - 106mm AnAtomic Comfort Fit

Low Volume 98mm AnAtomic Race/Pro Fit

Maximum Comfort Space

Minimal Comfort Space

Thick Cushinioing Lining

Thin dense lining Maximum hold & Sensitivity

The Right Stuff you need to ski well:

i-flex

AFS “Adaptive Fit System”

Optimal Forward lean angles 12 –16

Men’s, Women’s and Junior Cuff heights

RACE HAWX M TECH B TECH AnAtomic Heel

1mm Offset Shell 3 deg Shell Rotation

All the basics ingredients you need to ski. Period. You’d think it would be obvious. All features found in the Atomic Ski Boot Range.


NEW aSY

asymmetrical advantage Liner concept

ATOMIC INTRODUCES A NEW LINER CONCEPT THAT COMPLIMENTS THE ASYMMETRICAL PROPERTIES OF HOW YOUR FOOT WORKS IN THE SHELL.

EDGING PHASE MEDIAL CONTROL FACE SUPERIOR FEEL & GRIP FOR MAXIMUM ENERGY TRANSFER

other asymmetrical features:

Asymmetrical Injected Collar

Asymmetrical Slider

Key atomic Liner features:

4way Stretch Toe Box for the best forefoot fit, extends to head of 5th Met

Conformable Foot Beds

New Easy Step in Tongue+ Strap

Therm-ic Prepared & Prewired Inlay

Lateral Fit Pocket on Team ASY Pro

LATERAL RECOVERY FACE PERFORATED – CUSHIONS/ABSORBS PRESSURE RELEASE FROM EDGE CHANGE

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rECCO® rESCUE SYSTEm certain models of atomIc ski boots are equipped with the recco® reflector. The ReCCO® ReSCUe SYSTeM is an electronic system, making a quick location of an avalanche victim possible. Advanced radar technology characterizes the ReCCO® system, which is a passive system (no need for batteries or maintenance, nothing to turn on or off). It consists of two parts, the reflectors, which are integrated into certain models of ATOMIC ski boots, and the search equipment, which is operated by the rescue team at the ski resort. the recco® reflector • Is a thin printed circuit card, covered by plastic • does not require batteries • doesn’t have to be turned on/off • Can’t be forgotten at home as it is fixed to your ATOMIC ski boots (Certain models only) • Has an unlimited life (provided it is not heavily damaged) • Weighs a few grams

The organized rescue services search with the ReCCO® search equipment which emits a signal. When the signal strikes the ReCCO® reflector, the frequency of the incoming signal is doubled and sent back to the scanning antenna and receiver of the detector. The operator hears it as a tone in the headphones.

9.1 fLex / Lean adJUstment Improves power transmission by reinforcing the link between the cuff and shell and provides the following adjustments. Lean adjustment: Remove the screw A on the rear of the cuff. Turn the cover B 180° and retighten the screw. 9.2 standard cUff aLIGnment Adapts the boot cuff to match your leg configuration (i.e. knock-kneed or bowlegged). Stand in your boots with the buckles open. Loosen the canting screw A. flex forward and backward several times the cuff automatically adapts to your lower leg. Close the buckles and re-tighten the screw. 9.3 exocentrIc cantInG (PoWer controL modeLs) Loosen screws A on the rear of the boot. Loosen the canting screws B on the outside(all models) and inside (certain models). Use the two pins on the Universal Key to turn the excenter plate until the outside and inside of the cuff move to the desired position. Close the buckles tightly and re-tighten all screws.

9.1 B

A

9.2

A

9.3

A

B

9.4

9.4 PoWer controL doubles power transmission by locking the cuff and shell together.

A

forward lean adjustment: Loosen the screws A using the Universal Key, flex the cuff forward to the desired position and re-tighten the screws. Around a hundred people are killed every year in avalanches in the Alps. According to statistics, 92% of those who were entirely buried under the snow are still alive after 15 minutes. After 45 minutes, however, only 25% are still alive. The rescue must therefore occur very rapidly! 100 Being equipped with ReCCO® reflectors does 80 not prevent avalanches or guarantee the survival or 60 finding of a victim. Always respect prevailing 40 safety rules and regulations. 20 for a worldwide list of ski 0 resorts equipped with the 0 30 60 90 120 150 ReCCO® rescue system Minutes under snow visit www.recco.com. Avalanche statistics are courtesy of ReCCO®.

Prohability to survive (%)

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the recco® search equipment: • Is used by the organized rescueservices - ski patrol of the ski resort • Consists of a transmitter and a receiver • Weighs 1,6 kg

maKING aDJUSTmENTS

9.5 mIcro metrIc BUcKLes

9.5

for precision fitting: Turn the catch clockwise or counter clockwise. 9.6 BUcKLe teeth LoWer LeG adJUstment To adjust the lower leg closure. Remove the screw using the Universal Key, reposition the teeth in the required position, and replace the screw.

9.6


9.7 race sPoILer for aggressive rear support and

9.7

forward lean. The spoiler can also be used to improve fit around smaller legs.

rENTal The rental business pushes both material and shop personnel to their limits. To meet both needs, our Rental Boot offers the following features: 11.1 handLInG 11.1.1 LeTTeR COdING We have developed a letter code for the sole length that matches the ATOMIC rental binding. Just match the letter code on the sole with the one on the binding for fast and easy adjustment.

rEpaIrS 10.1 rePLacInG BUcKLes As all models have riveted buckles, the rivets have to be „bored out“ when the buckles are replaced. for mounting the new buckles a claw nut and screw are included in the replacement buckle set. 10.2 Worn heeLs depending on the degree of wear, the front interface or the rear grip plate can be replaced simply by loosening the screws. 10.3 moUntInG seaLs 10.3.1 OVeRLAPP SeAL Models that were manufactured before March 2000 do not have a seal on the overlap. for this reason, ATOMIC provides a retrofit kit. (Overlap Sealing Z752252X) Proceed as follows: 1. Pull the inside of the overlap upward 2. Clean the overlap

inside

of

the

3. Carefully cut the new seal to the correct length. 4. Leave to dry for approx. 1 minute and then slide the inside back again 10.4 GeneraL If other riveted parts need to be replaced, we recommend that you remove the rivets by boring them out and then secure the new parts with claw nuts. (Velcro straps etc.) All wearing parts and their fixing devices are offered within the scope of our spare parts program. If spare parts are required, please contact the ATOMIC representative in your country. In addition, parts can be ordered from your local ATOMIC representative office using the enclosed list.

11.1.2 BARCOde

M-TECH/TRITECH

BITECH/SOFTTECH

CODE MONDOPOINT SOLE MONDOPOINT SOLE SIZE LENGTH (mm) SIZE LENGTH (mm) A 23.0/23.5 277 21.5/23.0 274 B 24.0/24.5 287 23.5/24.0 284 C 25.0/25.5 297 24.5/25.0 294 D 26.0/26.5 307 25.5/26.0 304 E 27.0/27.5 317 26.5/27.0 314 F 28.0/28.5 327 27.5/28.0 324 G 29.0/29.5 337 28.5/29.0 334 H 30.0/30.5 347 29.5/30.0 344 I 30.5/32.0 364 There is a bar code on the back of the liner (Code 128 Type) that includes a consecutive number. This has been co-ordinated with software from Wintersteiger to simplify maintenance and allocation of your rental boots. 11.2 economIc effIcIency 11.2.1 SHeLL Use of extremely durable TPU shell material and ultra-lightweight TPO. Please note that cleaning agents, acid and extreme exposure to ultravioletlight can cause the boot to lose its original rich colour and appearance. 11.2.2 hyGIenIc LIner Insulated liner with sanitized coating and active breathing properties. Maximum hygiene over the entire life of the boot, protection which is notlost even after frequent washing. Recommended washing temperatureis 30° Celsius. for further information about the coating please visit thewebsite www.sanitized.com Letter Code

Barcode

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NOTES

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HELMETS

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HElmETS CONCEpTS

FIT

CONSTRUCTION

LIVE FIT

ADJUSTABLE VENTING

ABS HARD SHELL

Your fit, instantly. The secret of Live fit is the breathable PORON XRd memory foam. As soon as the skier puts on the helmet, the memory foam instantly adapts to the shape of the head, creating a custom fit and maximizing comfort.

VENTILATION

Seamless ABS shell for maximum protection.

Active ventilation system, individually adjustable. Perfect temperature in any situation, from sweaty ascents to chilly lift rides. dUaL It allows the skier to independently control the ventilation in the front and rear of the helmet.

NOMAD, AFFINITY, TROOP, REDSTER

MENTOR/W

NOMAD/AFFINITY NOMAD, AFFINITY

ADAPTIVE FIT 74

Adaptive fit system for an individually adjustable fit.

HYBRID SHELL Combination of ABS hard shell and In-Mold constructions. Maximum shock absorption, optimized weight.

sInGLe

XEED MENTOR/W, XEED MENTOR/W, NOMAD, AFFINITY, XEED REDSTER JR, TROOP SL JR, NOMAD JR, AFFINITY JR, TROOP JR

INSTANT FIT

IN-MOLD

Instantaneous fit to any shape of head. exceptional comfort guaranteed.

PASSIVE VENTING

Low weight ePS foam and an optimized shell construction make a super-light helmet.

Optimum temperature inside the helmet, whatever the weather.

MENTOR/W TROOP, REDSTER

TROOP, REDSTER


OWNErS GUIDE fOr aTOmIC SNOWHElmETS

• for optimal performance and the best protection, team your ATOMIC helmet with specialized ATOMIC snow goggles.

ATOMIC congratulates you on the purchase of your new ATOMIC helmet. With the purchase of your new ATOMIC helmet you have put your trust in one of the most experienced manufacturers of winter sports equipment in the world. To enjoy all the advantages of this product for as long as possible, we recommend that you read the instructions carefully. And of course, we wish a great deal of enjoyment with your new ATOMIC helmet. yoUr heLmet sIZe & oPtImUm • To determine your correct helmet size measure the circumference of your head with a measuring tape.

• Compare your head measurement with the table on this page. • for the optimum fit, select the size which corresponds to your measured head size. The helmet should fit comfortably and be free of any pressure points. • The helmet should sit firmly against the forehead and not slip down over the eyebrows.

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UsaGe These helmets are designed, tested and certified for skiing & snowboarding. for use on children this safety device must be fitted and adjusted correctly by an adult. attentIon! Wearing a helmet does not make you to accidents and does not prevent all injuries. No helmet can protect against all possible impacts. No helmet protects against back or neck injuries. The choice for the right helmet size is an important safety factor. Never wear other head equipment underneath your helmet (hats, scarves, etc.). The helmet may, after receiving an impact, be damaged to the point that it is no longer adequate to protect the wearer against further impacts. As this damage may not be visible, a helmet must be replaced after impact. due to the extreme weather conditions experienced in alpine environments it is recommended that you replace your helmet every three years. frequently used helmets should be replaced more frequently. maIntenance & care • Use a soft cloth and water to clean the outside surface of the helmet. Solvents and other cleaning agents may cause invisible damage to the helmet. Use of such detergents will invalidate the warranty of your ATOMIC helmet. • during long periods of disuse we recommend storing your ATOMIC helmet in a cool, dry place.

SIZE CHarTS

• Adjust the chinstrap firmly beneath the chin.

rEDSTEr fIS rEDSTEr Jr JR ONLY

ADULT

• Try to move the helmet with both hands from left to right. If the helmet fits correctly, the skin on your forehead should move gently with the helmet.

XS S S M L XL XXL

52-53 53,5-54,5 55-56 56,5-57,5 58-59 59,5-60,5 61-62

NOmaD lf / NOmaD affINITY lf / affINITY mENTOr lf /mENTOr mENTOr lf W / mENTOr W XEED / XEED rITUal S M L

53-56 56-59 59-62

NOmaD Jr affINITY Jr XS = kS 49-53 53-56 S = kM

TrOOp Women XXS XS S M L men XXS XS S M L XL XXL Junior JRS = XXS/XS JRM = S/M

52-53 53,5-54,5 55-56 56,5-57,5 58-59 52-53 53,5-54,5 55-56 56,5-57,5 58-59 59,5-60,5 61-62 51-55 55-58

Troop marcel Hirscher Jr JRS = XXS/XS 51-55 JRM = S/M 55-58 JRL = L/XL 58-62

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