The toe component of recalled ski bindings can fail, causing the ski boot to disconnect from the ski, posing fall and injury hazards.
This recall involves Armada, Atomic, and Salomon brand ski touring bindings.
The ski bindings hold a consumer’s ski boot in place on the ski. The brand name is printed on the heel of the ski binding.
The recall includes the following brands and model names having the following serial numbers: serial numbers ranging from 22P00000 to 22P10531; 22P92954 to 22P99999, 23P10531 to 23P10886 and 230600000 to 230769999 are included in this recall.
The serial number is only visible when the bindings are disassembled. Consumers should visit authorized dealers who will disassemble and verify if a binding is included in this recall.
The only ski bindings included in this recall have gray springs in the toe component.
|Armada||N TRACER SUMMIT 9 BR Black|
|Armada||N TRACER TOUR Black|
|Atomic||N BACKLAND PURE Black/Gunmetal|
|Atomic||N BACKLAND SUMMIT 12 BR|
|Atomic||N BACKLAND SUMMIT 12 LSH|
|Atomic||N BACKLAND SUMMIT 5 BR|
|Atomic||N BACKLAND SUMMIT 9 BR|
|Atomic||N BACKLAND SUMMIT 9 LSH|
|Atomic||N BACKLAND TOUR Black/Gunmetal|
|Salomon||N MTN PURE Black/Titan|
|Salomon||N MTN SUMMIT 12 BR Orange/Burnt|
|Salomon||N MTN SUMMIT 12 LSH Orange|
|Salomon||N MTN SUMMIT 5 BR Gold|
|Salomon||N MTN SUMMIT 9 BR Titan|
|Salomon||N MTN TOUR Black/Titan|
The firm has received two reports of incidents of the front binding failing. No injuries have been reported.
Name of Product: Armada, Atomic, and Salomon ski bindings
Recall Date: November 9, 2023
Recall Number: 24-021
Hazard: The toe component of recalled ski bindings can fail, causing the ski boot to disconnect from the ski, posing fall and injury hazards.
Sold At: Ski stores nationwide and online at armadaskis.com, atomic.com and salomon.com from May 2022 through September 2023 for between $550 and $600 for the bindings when sold separately.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ski bindings and return them to any authorized Armada, Atomic Ski, or Salomon dealer for a free inspection and a free replacement of the toe portion of the ski bindings, if included in the recall. Authorized dealers can verify if a binding is included in this recall based on its serial number. The serial number is only visible during disassembly, and the firm asks consumers to allow dealers only to disassemble the bindings. Consumers should not disassemble bindings on their own.
Units: About 4,250 (In addition, about 1,446 were sold in Canada)
Consumer Directions and Contact
What Do I Do if My Product is Recalled?
Amer Sports Winter & Outdoor Company toll-free at 833-944-1062 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MT, email at email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; or email@example.com, or online at https://www.armadaskis.com/recall-notice, https://www.atomic.com/recall-notice, or https://www.salomon.com/recall-notice.
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