Fischer Exercise Skate NIS
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Fischer's branded Exercise Skate 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.
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. The Dual Flexor System helps keep the ski balanced after every leg kick, preventing the tip or tail from digging into the snow. Compatible with NNN skate boots. Imported.
Made for Fischer by Rottefella, the Exercise Skate Binding is an excellent skate ski binding for performance and recreational skating. When installed on skis with NIS (Nordic Integrated System) plates it can be adjusted from 3 to 5 distinct positions for different skier types and snow conditions. Provides power transfer, stability and edge control NIS plate keeps the binding closer to the ski to deliver optimal stability and performance Ideal for the performance skate skier and is compatible with all NNN skate or NNN combi boots Only to be used on skis with factory installed NIS plates Picture shows binding on NIS plate. NIS plate is not part of the binding, it is built into NIS compatible skis Binding can be combined with the Rottefella binding wedge to create a neutral stance (sold separately)
The union between your boot and ski determines the speed you can skate, the intensity of your workout, and the overall enjoyment of your day on the snow. With the Fischer Exercise Skate NIS Binding you can max out all three. The somewhat simple, highly-engineered manual design grants you better skating efficiency so you can really go after it on the track. With as little space as possible between your boot and ski, you'll break your own records and even win a race or two.