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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Rossignol's T3 Auto page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Rossignol's T3 Automatic Binding is easy to put on and take off with its automatic centering system. Features a wider heel-piece for more stability. To be used on non NIS skis (flat skis).

- CampSaver.com

The Rossignol T3 Automatic Touring Ski Binding has the stability, width, and strength for long hauls off the track. The lightweight, strong Delrin material gives the T3 Automatic Binding awesome durability without weighing you down. The automatic step-in and release function takes the hassle out of getting in and out of your binding. Go ahead and venture into smooth territory or less-than-optimal conditionsthis Rossignol binding's wide heel piece stabilizes you for sure footing on varied terrains.

- Backcountry.com

These easy-to-use Rossignol T3 Touring NNN Auto bindings get you on the trail quickly with step-in convenience. Step-in mechanism with double steering grooves align with NNN boot soles and offer stability and ski control. Soft flex allows the ski tips to remain in the track and the tails to return to the track in line after each kick. Wide 55mm bindings offer a stable platform; thinner center portion allows the Rossignol T3 Touring NNN Auto bindings to flex along with the skis.


These easy-to-use bindings have an extra-wide heel piece to provide a stable platform for recreational touring. Automatic system offers easy in/out. NNN compatible. Made in Norway.

- L.L.Bean

Rossignol T3 Auto


The Rossignol T3 Auto is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 2, 2014 at L.L.Bean.

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