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Compare Alpine Touring (AT) Bindings

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Score Product Price Our Take
73
$500
Editors' Choice Award
If you truly need more performance features than this lightweight binding provides, you fall into a tiny sliver of skiers at the hard-charging end of the spectrum.
73
$450
Editors' Choice Award
For any sort of human-powered wild skiing, the Alpinist is a reliable choice.
72
$500
For the weight and cost, you get great functionality and features.
70
$429
Solid, simple ski bindings that cram some unique attributes into a reasonably priced package; we only wish they were lighter, included brakes, or both.
64
$650
Innovation built on a long-standing platform.
63
$575
Top Pick Award
If your backcountry binding criteria list extends no further than “do they hold the ski to my boot?”, the Helio is for you.
63
$450
You want your backcountry ski bindings to virtually disappear on your feet and skis; these do exactly that, most of the time.
59
$350
Best Buy Award
Through all the turmoil, its lineage remains reliable, simple, and affordable.
55
$650
Marker is an established company, and their Kingpin has a proven reputation; some iterations have had reliability and recall issues, but we and many others have had excellent experiences with these bindings for hard and fast backcountry skiing.
55
$650
Top Pick Award
For a big and fast riding subset of the backcountry ski population, or those looking for a look similar to their resort gear, this is just what the doctor ordered.