The Moment Voyager XIII Evo is the touring binding you—and we—have been waiting for.
Three years ago we began work with ATK on the Voyager platform: the most advanced tech binding on the market. While we couldn’t be happier, it can be made better.
Enter the Voyager XIII Evo. All-new architecture provides independently adjustable toe release, lower-profile heel, stronger automatic brakes, and a redesigned Freeride Spacer—dramatically increasing composure, elasticity, power transmission, and serviceability. The all-new Voyager platform sets a new standard for the most approachable tech binding—built for those who value consistency of release and skiability over higher retention settings.
The Voyager platform overcomes the shortcomings present in every other tech binding—suspension between heel and toe pins and the ever-present heel gap. By eliminating this gap and ensuring constant interface between the full width of the boot and ski the Voyager provides power transmission and edge hold not possible with any other tech binding.
While most tech bindings incorporate higher ramp (lifting the heel substantially above the toe) the Voyager has a flatter, freeride-oriented stance, allowing for a more natural athletic position, providing more power and easier pivoting on wider, rockered, modern skis and freetouring boots.
With an oversized platform, low-ramp Freeride Stance Geometry, unmatched elasticity, dual-axis independently-adjustable heel, fully adjustable toe release, and full serviceability—all in an ultra-light package, the Voyager XIII Evo blurs the line between aggressive freeride and light, efficient, free touring like no binding we have ever seen, and like nothing you’ve ever skied. Meaning you can push the most powerful tech binding on the market even harder.
Nothing beyond reach.
Release range 5-13 Adjustment range 25mm Weight 434g with brakes and hardware Heel/Toe Drop 7mm Stack height Toe: 38mm / Heel: 45mm Elastic Travel 14mm Active Forward Pressure Yes Climbing Modes 3 Materials 7075 Aluminum, Stainless Steel and POM
The new toe-piece incorporates a fully independent adjustable release, allowing for a more equal distribution of retention load between toe and heel, dramatically reducing the likelihood of pre-release and increasing composure. New geometry increases energy absorption, power transmission, and consistency of release while working with an updated lower-profile heel to provide more elastic travel and substantially improved boot centering. Closed architecture and rolling-interface lock lever prevent interference from ice and debris, while the Uphill Hardness Variator allows compensation for boot wear, ensuring consistent performance year after year.
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