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Bindings for Atomic Metron 10 (2010)

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I’m new to the forum and hope I can ask for some advice.
I have just picked up some new, never used, Atomic Metron 10 skis appx 9 years old. They have riser plates but have never had bindings fitted.
I’ve been looking at bindings, both Atomic and other manufacturers, but am a wee bit lost as to which to buy.
I live 140 miles from a decent ski shop so am looking to fit the bindings myself.
Any advice welcome.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@Delitubby, give @Spyderjon at a call. He'll know what your options are, and most likely have something suitable.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@Delitubby, welcome to snowHeads.

The Metron 10 came with a factory mounted Atomic Neox 12 binding. The Neox is no longer available and it has over the years morphed in to the current X12 binding but the X12 toes'n'heels won't fit the old original Neox bases. The Neox toes'n'heels should have been sold with the skis but have obviously been separated at some time. This means that you're now screwed as it's highly likely that you'll have to remove/bin the existing base and start again etc which will be pricey. Alternatively you might get lucky and find a pair of old Metrons on ebay from which you can nick the bindings but you'll need to have some knowledge to ensure you get the correct generation to fit your bases - but then they'll still be 10-13 year bindings with an unknown history. You've also got the problem of the long term degradation of the phenolic core in the Metron even though the ski has never been used.

Any decent ski retailer will know all of this so my advice would be to return the skis for a refund and buy something else.

However, if you email me a pic of the bases/plates that are on the ski I can confirm what we're working with - but be prepared for bad news.
jon @
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