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Atomic Recalls Heel Bindings

ATOMIC USA CONDUCTING VOLUNTARY RECALL OF THE HEEL COMPONENTS OF CERTAIN SKI BINDINGS MANUFACTURED BETWEEN 1998 AND 2002

OGDEN, UTAH, DECEMBER 24, 2008 -- Atomic Ski USA, Inc. is carrying out a voluntary precautionary recall of heel components of certain bindings manufactured between 1998 and 2002. This recall applies to the below listed models of the ATOMIC Race, Xentrix, Device, Centro and DYNAMIC ski bindings produced
between 1998 and 2002.


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