Fischer Exercise Classic NIS

Where to Buy

sponsored links
Help support this site by making your next gear purchase through one of the links above. Click a link, buy what you need, and the seller will contribute a portion of the purchase price to support Trailspace's independent gear reviews.

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Fischer's Exercise Classic NIS page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The manual Fischer Exercise Classic NIS Cross-Country Bindings are perfect for avid recreational skiers and beginner racers.

- REI

Fischer's branded Exercise Classic is a lightweight high-performance NIS binding designed for recreational skate skiing. The manual open/close mechanism has a large, user-friendly grip for increased ease-of-use, even with gloves. The Exercise Skate features a wider heel-piece for increased stability and 60-shore flexbit.

- CampSaver.com

This user-friendly NNN binding is easy to install on any ski with an NIS mounting plate. Just simply slide it onto the existing NIS plate no screws are necessary. The position of the binding can be adjusted to suit your skis and skiing style. A wide binding plate increases the contact area between the boot and binding for excellent stability and control. Compatible with NNN boots. Imported.

- L.L.Bean

You'd leave a trail of fire if the track wasn't covered in snow, because the Fischer Exercise Classic NIS Binding allows incredible power transfer and enhanced control for skating and racing. Once you fix your toe into this manual NIS binding, you'll feel how little space there is between your boot and the ski, which prevents energy loss and adds more speed to your strides.

- Backcountry.com

Fischer Exercise Classic NIS

previously retailed for:
$20.99 - $69.95

The Fischer Exercise Classic NIS is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 21, 2016 at REI.

Recently on Trailspace

Meet Ross: Bike Tech, Backpacker, Paddler, Reviewer of the Month

Final Days: Review Your Gear to Win Therm-a-Rest Prize

Borah Gear eVent Rain Mitts Review

Exped Travel Box II Plus Review

Heroclip Review

Patagonia Crosstrek Bottoms Review