Rottefella NNN BC Magnum
I use these on Alpina Trackers and find them to be…
Price Paid: $60
Yes, you have to bend over to release them but they always open and close and provide a good connection to the ski, and the binding plate gives you a bump up in control over the standard BC bindings.
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Designed to increase the contact area between boot and ski, the Rottefella NNN BC Magnum ski bindings feature a wide contoured steering plate to deliver great turning power. Wide 67mm plate delivers more force to the edge of the ski, improving its ability to hold an edge. Low-profile design gives best feel for the snow, while delivering an efficient kick. Large manual closing lever is sculpted with ergonomic, glove-friendly finger recesses for easy latching.
A toughened up version of the classic NNN BC, the NNN BC Magnum Manual Binding from Rottefella features a wider steering plate and a beefier manually closing anatomical lever for a sturdier backcountry touring binding.
- Mountain Gear
For maximum control in the backcountry, the Rottefella Magnum BC Binding has an extra large contact plate. The best choice for wide cross country skis.
The Rottefella NNN BC Magnum binding is designed to control the biggest bushwhacker skis. A massive 67mm contact plate provides the ultimate in ski control. The Magnum's glove friendly manual lever provides total connection security. For serious wilderness Nordic exploring, nothing else comes close.