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  • ATK ATK Crest 10 Touring Binding
  • ATK ATK Crest 10 Touring Binding
  • ATK ATK Crest 10 Touring Binding
  • ATK ATK Crest 10 Touring Binding

ATK Crest 10 Touring Binding

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Introducing the Crest touring binding by ATK, perfect for rookies and intermediates. With features like Cam Release System and Monolink technology, it ensures precise control and durability. Explore accessories for an enhanced setup.

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Welcome to the world of touring bindings with the Crest. As ATK's flagship entry-level option, the Crest excels in delivering solid performance, durability, and practicality. Designed for rookie or intermediate skiers, this binding strikes a perfect balance between comfort, price, and performance. In this overview, we will explore the key features of the Crest and highlight its unique characteristics.

Heel Piece:

Cam Release System. ATK’s signature patented system that contributes to an effortless step-in and grants amazing torsional stiffness.

Elastic Response System. This ensures precise releases and optimal skis performances by facilitating their natural flex, enhancing downhill performances.

Up to 20mm of length adjustment.

Both lateral and vertical release value are adjustable.


Toe Piece:

Monolink technology. We developed a smart layout that needs just one pair of spring to lock the boot in.

Easy Entry System. While the Monolink design lowered the weight of the toe piece (that’s now lighter than the bindings of a similar category) it didn’t affect the carefully studied geometries that facilitate an immediate and precise step-in.

Integrated but removable rampant support.

Performing Through Lightness:

Our foundation, our roots. ATK took its first steps in this industry by developing lightweight race bindings, and now, as then, lightness is key to achieving what athletes crave: speed. Therefore, it's easy to understand why “performance through lightness” has been the mantra that has accompanied ATK's growth in its early years.

As our role in the ski mountaineering universe started to evolve, we needed some stabilization because it's easy to lose control during a phase of growth, just as it is easy to get caught up in the events. That's why we decided to keep our roots stable, not changing our approach to the activity, and ultimately not getting in our own way.

In fact, as we expanded our catalogue to include the speed touring, touring, and free touring categories, we remained steadfast in our commitment to enabling an ever-wider range of ski mountaineers to achieve performance through lightness.



Crafted from high-quality materials and engineered to withstand the rigors of backcountry skiing, the Crest offers exceptional durability and reliability. The carefully machined components and thoughtful construction ensure longevity to this tech binding, providing peace of mind during your most demanding adventures.

The Crest stands as a testament to the perfect fusion of robustness and practicality, making it an exceptional touring binding. With its Cam Release System, race inspired toe piece, and Elastic Response System, this affordable touring binding offers precise control, minimal boot torsion, and optimal ski performance. Whether you're a rookie or an intermediate skier seeking comfort and value, the Crest is a remarkable choice that will elevate your backcountry experience.

Don't forget to explore the range of accessories available, such as ATK’s Touring ski bag, Toe shim for a reduced heel-toe drop, Rampant, and Freeride Spacer, to enhance your overall touring setup. Consider the Crest alongside other options like the RT EVO and C-RAIDER, as it offers distinctive features and performance that may suit your specific needs. Choose the Crest and embark on unforgettable adventures with confidence and control.

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