Rottefella NNN BC Auto

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The NNN BC Auto Backcountry Bindings are very user-friendly and easily operated with a convenient automatic step-in design that closes with an audible click and releases with ski-pole pressure.

- REI

Slide and skate with ease when you attach the NNN BC Automatic AT Binding from Rottefella to your skis. You'll get plenty of stability with the wide, 56 mm platform and the automatic step-in design makes stepping in and releasing a breeze.

- Mountain Gear

With a design that's nice and simple, Rotefella's BC Auto NNN Bindings will keep you gliding over the snow all day long. Whether you're just getting into the world of XC or you're a seasoned vet, the BC Auto NNN Bindings are sure to make your life easier. PRODUCT FEATURES: NNN BC Binding Easy to slide in construction Comes with two rubber bumpers

- Appalachian Outdoors

The backcountry version of the NNN binding stands up to harder use and more-aggressive turns.. . . Durable, and simple to use-ideal for backcountry conditions. Step-in design; releases with a prod from your ski-pole tip. For use only with NNN BC-compatible backcountry ski boots. Dual ridges align with grooves on NNN-BC boots for greater foot down control. Recommended boots include the Alpina BC 1550.

- EMS

The Rottefella NNN BC Auto binding combines an intuitive and user-friendly design with a high degree of boot compatibility. When you're done with a wind-blown tour, press your ski pole tip into the toe piece for an easy release. Notched grooves optimize power transmission so your skis feel like true extensions of your legs, and a wide platform enhances edge control. The NNN system hugs your boots while you lay fresh tracks, and lets them go when it's time to spend some time by the fireplace.

- Backcountry.com