Please see our instructions to see what is involved in the installation of this kit.
Sizing: These bindings come in two sizes.
Large/ Men’s- fits approximately men’s size 8 to 14. (black adjustment straps and yellow heel straps, as shown in pictures above)
Small/ Women’s- fits approximately women’s sizes 5-11. (yellow adjustment straps and black heel straps, not shown in pictures above)
Are your bindings cracked or have they crumbled into many small pieces? This is what you are looking for! The Wrapp Swift bindings are used on Atlas’s Montane back country model. This is a great binding/crampon package for general all-around use and the straps fit a very wide size range of footwear.
We like these bindings because they feature soft EVA padding and webbing straps that tighten and release easily.
Will these bindings work on your snowshoes? You need to have existing bindings that rotate on one of the two strap configurations shown below. The new bindings and crampons will mount to these straps. These straps (called toe cords) are are typically very long lasting and robust. If your toe cord is significantly damaged (like enlarged holes) this DIY kit may not work and you may need to have the toe cords replaced (not a DIY project).
These Wrapp Swift bindings are a great replacement binding for most Atlas models going back to the 1990’s including:
- 7 Series/ Recreational Series- 721, 725, 730, 733
- 8 Series- 821, 825, 830, 833
- 9 Series-
- 10 Series- 1022, 1025, 1030, 1033, 1044
- 12 Series- 1222, 1225, 1230, 1233
- Snowshoes marked with “SLS” on the toe cord.
- Altas models co-branded with Liberty Mountain Sports and Cabela’s.
- Atlas models with Indy 500, Indy 500 Plus/Max on the footbed/crampon.
Don’t know which model you have? Take a look at the rubberized strap (toe cord) that connects the frame to the crampon/binding. These straps frequently have numbers imprinted on them. The number on that strap will be your model number. Some old styles won’t have anything imprinted on the toe cords, but in most cases, these bindings will work.
Estimated time to install: 30-40 minutes if your bindings are held on with aluminum blind rivets. Possibly longer if your bindings are held on with steel tubular rivets. Do your best not to overheat the rivets when drilling them out of you might melt the toe cords.
Please see our instructions for DIY installation.
What’s Included: This kit includes one pair of Atlas Wrapp Swift Bindings with heel straps, 8 bolts, 8 nuts, 8 washers, 2 stainless steel crampons, and 2 base plates and instructions. For most folks this kit will provide everything needed to replace old cracked bindings. These are a ‘one size fits most’ binding. In rare cases you may need to purchase other hardware from you local hardware store.
Tools you will need: Drill, new 1/4″ drill bit, WD40 or another cutting lubricant (for drilling out rivets), a Phillips head screw driver and a 3/8″ wrench or adjustable crescent wrench.
Please note: Our inventory changes from season to season and the colors of the bindings we have in stock may vary from what is shown in this item description. We can’t guarantee what color bindings you will receive.
We are not able to offer installation assistance via phone or email. If you find that installing this DIY kit is beyond your abilities, we suggest that you enlist the help of your local ski shop.
No returns or exchanges on parts orders. No international sales.