Size TU
Mechanism Automatic
Weight 455g

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Rossignol's BC Auto page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

It's time you hopped off the track and into Rossignol's BC Auto Ski Binding for some off-trail, Nordic tours. This traditional, screw-mounted binding features an easy-to-use, automatic step-in compatibility for easier entry and exit. Rossignol widened the steering plate for the extra stability you'll want now that you'r off the track.

- Backcountry.com

Reliable, easy-to-use bindings with a wide platform for great support and control on backcountry skis. Wide platform supports more of the foot for better control. NNN BC compatible. Automatic system offers easy in/out. Made in Norway.

- L.L.Bean

Rossignol Cross Country BC Auto Bindings ros0011. The easy hands-free click-in/ click-out design provides fast user-friendly entry and exit. The BC Auto features an extra-wide 56mm steering plate for increased stability in variable snow and 40-shore flexbit.

- CampSaver.com

When the trail ends due to endless snow, but you must go on; Rossignol has been thinking of you. Grab your BC Auto Cross Country Ski Binding, and place them on your favorite skis. See where the endless roads may take you. PRODUCT FEATURES: The BC Auto is a screw-mounted back country binding with simple step-in and step-out system The easy-to-use design makes on-hill operating simple: fasten your boot by stepping into it with an audible click and release by pressing the push-button mechanism with your ski pole The wide 56mm steering plate gives excellent stability and ski control, essential to traveling through variable snow conditions The BC Auto's lightweight, easy-to-use and stable design make it the the best binding on the market for back country exploring

- Appalachian Outdoors