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2015 ATOMIC WARDEN 13 MNC SKI BINDINGS

Warden is a whole new generation of binding. Inspired by the backcountry it has the same oversized platform and toe as our Tracker binding, but is actually the first binding to be TÜV approved for all three types of soles: DIN, Touring and Walk to Ride (WTR). That means it fits every normed boot in the market. It also combines the strength and precision you need with the smooth, progressive power transfer and control you need when skiing all over the mountain and through any snow.

 Key Features of the Atomic Warden 13 MNC Ski Bindings

  • DIN Range 5 - 13
  • Height 21 mm
  • Weight 2.2 kg per Pair
  • Brakes 90 / 100 / 115 / 130 mm
  • Low Profile Chassis
  • Steel Housing
  • Progressive Transfer Pads
  • Stomp Pedal
  • Freeski Brakes
  • Senior Norm
  • Sole: Flat
  • MultiNorm Certified
  • Walk To Ride compatible

SKI BINDINGS

APO ROCKO SKIS

Powder days are precious, and if you’re going to get in trouble with the boss for calling in sick, you’ll want to make them count. That’s what these Rockoskis do.The Rocko is the perfect ski for those looking for a one-ski quiver that can ski the whole mountain amazingly and hold its own in the powder.

The Rocko will keep you rocking with its forgiving rocker camber.
These all mountain babies will have you taking every opportunity to hit the park, powder and trails, swimming in the versatility they offer.  Whether it’s diving into the pow or boosting of a park kicker, these puppies will take you where you need to be.  The 2D dual fiberglass coupled with the PB Performance Core ensures a precise edge grip with a responsive and strong core.

Features of the APO Rocko Skis

  •  Core Material: PB Performance Wood Core
  • Construction: 2D Dual Fiberglass
  • Dimensions: 137-104-129
  • Radius by Length: 20.3m @180cm
  • Intended Use: All Mountain Powder
  • Sidewalls: Stanted/Minicap
  • Base: Sintered 4000
  • Camber: Rocker


 Highly responsive and feels great no matter where you take it. The Rocko can handle park and powder days and we feel it is a strong contender with the Scott Punisher! It has a relatively long radius considering its contact points which means it will charge! As soon as you drive it onto an edge this ski is not going to throw you into the air (which is usually the case when skiing a short radius ski).

APO RON SKIS

Like big-mountain riding? Then these are for you. Straight-line huge powder lines with the APO Ron Skis. The Sintered 4000 base offers speed and strength with a stone ground finish like a boss… These skis are for taking you to freeriding fluffy powder heaven and back. If you like floating above the snow on a regular basis with only natural kickers in sight, then these are for you. The rocker camber keeps you light so you can take that big-mountain line without a care, and the PB Performance core gives you a stable ride and super dynamic edge grip.

 Rocker Type
Rocker Camber - Easy and forgiving: These rocker boards have zero camber and a light rocker on the tip & tail. The goal is to make them easy to use and forgiving to reduce edge-catch risks to the minimum. You get smooth floatability and easy riding for whatever the conditions or terrain are.

 Core
PB Performance Core - Precise and strong, two strips of beech reinforce the PB Performance core. This robust and responsive core provides stable and dynamic edge grip.

Laminates
2D Fiberglass - The multiple layers of 2D fiberglass create a lightweight, nimble ski with exceptional torsional balance and edge-hold.

 Sidewalls
Stanted/Minicap - Minicap sidewalls have a double angle (10° and 60°), which considerably reduces impact damage.

 Base
Sintered 4000 - Sintered bases are super-fast and made to last. Polyethylene pellets are forced together under extremely high pressure. The result is a singular piece of connected pellets with tiny pores across the entire base. Sintered bases absorb hot wax very well and should be waxed often.
Stone Grind - Increased speed in spring snow: Stone-ground bases glide much better on wet snow thanks to the structure that enables water drops to escape more efficiently from under your board.

 Binding Compatibility
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.

APO SAMMY CARLSON BC SKIS

Sammy’s choice for freestyling the powder, the APO Sammy BC Skis have a PB Performance Core that is super precise and strong and a Sintered 8000 base…the numerouno of base material, so you can launch off backcountry booters with ease. Sammy Carlson is truly a man of many talents, and the Sammy BC is his choice from his quiver for charging in the powder. The super wide width combined with the rocker camber means fun in the deep powder but stable and chilled landings off the booters in the backcountry.

 Rocker Type
Rocker Camber - Easy and forgiving: These rocker boards have zero camber and a light rocker on the tip & tail. The goal is to make them easy to use and forgiving to reduce edge-catch risks to the minimum. You get smooth floatability and easy riding for whatever the conditions or terrain are.

Core
PB Light Core - Durability and responsiveness: The dynamism and flex of this combination of poplar and beech core provide a light and responsive ski allowing dynamic riding and optimized pop.

 Laminates
2D Light Fiberglass - Robustness and durability: This 0/90° fiberglass is very snappy and light for the most comfortable off piste ride.

Sidewalls
Stanted/Minicap - Minicap sidewalls have a double angle (10° and 60°), which considerably reduces impact damage.

 Base
Sintered 8000 - The best base you can get, it’s the formula 1 of gliding on snow.
Stone Grind - Increased speed in spring snow: Stone-ground bases glide much better on wet snow thanks to the structure that enables water drops to escape more efficiently from under your board.

 Binding Compatibility
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.

ARMADA NORWALK SKIS

With tip rocker, a traditional tail and camber under foot, the Armada Norwalk Skis can drive through a turn exit, charge in variable conditions, and stay stable while straightlining down the mountain. Slightly wider and with a larger turning radius than the TST, the Norwalk is Armada's big mountain destroyer.

Rocker Type
EST All-Mountain Rocker - Entry rocker with positive camber under foot and no tail rocker.Promotes flotation in the freshies while giving the ski great drive and edgehold on hardpack.

Flex
Flex Rating (1 Soft - 10 Stiff) - Tip - 6.5, Waist - 7.5, Tail - 7

Sidecut
Tapered Tip - Sizes: 179 cm/189 cm, Tip - 135 mm/136 mm, Contact Point - 140 mm/141 mm, Waist - 115 mm/116 mm, Tail - 131 mm/132 mm

Shape
Tip taper

Core
Hybrid Ultralight Core - Lightweight woods with high strength to weight ratios

Laminates
Laminate Matrix - Directional layering of fiberglass dictates flex pattern and torsional rigidity.


Sidewalls
AR50 Sidewall - With cap in the tip and tail and sidewall under foot, this construction balances performance characteristics for lower swing-weight and increased durability.

Base
50/50 Base - A blend of speed and durability, the base for the skier who wants it all

Edges
1.7 Impact Edge - Light, strong, and heat treated for durability

Binding Compatibility
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.

Men’s Powder Skis

 Almost all of today’s powder skis share the following two qualities: fat platform underfoot for flotation and significant tip rocker for gliding over the snow and schmearing turns. Where each is different depends on flex patterns, turning radii, and camber profiles, all of which combine to dictate a genuine personality.