Atomic initiates voluntary recall of heel components of certain ski bindings

Atomic Ski USA, Inc. is carrying out a voluntary, precautionary recall of the heel components of the below listed models of the ATOMIC Race, Xentrix, Device, Centro and DYNAMIC ski bindings. The specific ski binding models subject to the recall were produced between 1998 and 2002.
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Atomic Ski USA, Inc. is carrying out a voluntary, precautionary recall of the heel components of the below listed models of the ATOMIC Race, Xentrix, Device, Centro and DYNAMIC ski bindings. The specific ski binding models subject to the recall were produced between 1998 and 2002.

The heel housing component of these bindings could crack, possibly causing the binding to release early, posing a falling risk to the skier. Therefore, these binding models must no longer be used.

If you have one of the listed binding models, please contact an authorized Atomic USA Ski Dealer. A dealer can determine whether your binding type is subject to the recall. If this is the case, the heel components will be replaced by new ones at no charge.

The following models are affected:
ATOMIC
• Race 310 / Race 412 / RaceRace 310 / RaceRace 412
• Xentrix 310 / Xentrix 311 / Xentrix 412 / C 310 / C 311 / C 412 / CR 310 / CR 412 / R 310 / R 412 / SX 310 / SX 412
• Device 311 / Device 412
• Centro 310 / Centro 412

DYNAMIC
• ADX 310 / RD10 / X412 / Centro 412

For an Atomic USA Ski Dealer near you, please click LINK. Your binding will be inspected at the dealer. If your binding is one of the listed models produced between 1998 and 2002, the heel components will be replaced by new ones at no charge. In most cases, we expect that the exchange process will be completed within 72 hours.

The safety of our customers and the quality of our products are Atomic's top priorities.

If you have any questions about the product recall, please email consumerserviceUS@atomicsnow.com or call Atomic USA's dedicated toll-free hotline, (888) 535-7555.



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