Fischer BCX Auto

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Fischer's BCX Auto Binding is a versatile, high functional and reliable BC binding. Userfriendly, easy automatic step in/out, and high stability thanks to wide steering plate (56 mm).

- CampSaver.com

The Fischer BCX Auto Binding is solid and a reliable binding between NNN-BC boots and touring skis. The automatic step in / out feature is easily done with a pole tip. The stability is enhanced by a wide steering plate (56 mm). FLEX: 40 ShA Screw assembly

- OMCgear

The BCX Auto Binding from Fischer is a great cross country binding that features a user-friendly automatic step in for easier in and out. The wide 56 mm steering plate offers higher stability for you to take on any terrain. PRODUCT FEATURES: MAXIMUM STABILITY: The broader binding plate increases the contact area between boot and binding. This gives the sole of the boot additional support that can be felt by all skiers in the form of improved stability. MAXIMUM CONTROL: The dual guide rail increases stability and system control considerably. Power transfer and control, especially in sideways motion impulses to the ski are optimised as a result. NNN MAXIMUM CONTACT: The minimised space between boot and ski ensures excellent power transfer and sensitivity. No other binding system brings the human foot so close to the cross country ski.

- Appalachian Outdoors

Trust the Fischer BCX Touring Bindings to give you solid footing and excellent stability on your ski forays into the woods. The binding is simple, versatile, and highly reliable, plus it offers an extra user-friendly step in / out mechanism. A wide steering 56mm steering plate boosts stability and control even more, so you can spend more time exploring and less time digging yourself out of tip-overs.

- Backcountry.com