Rottefella NNN Touring Auto

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The new Rottefella NIS Auto Touring combi replaces the venerable T3 and T4.

- EMS

Get out and enjoy your winter wonderland with the Rottefella Auto Touring Combi Binding. Providing plenty of contact with the ski, this binding will give you full control on tricky turns and downhill sections of the trail. An easy step-in, step-out system gets you on and off the trail in no time.

- Mountain Gear

The NNN Touring Bindings from Rottefella are a great introductory binding into the world of cross country skiing. The step-in feature of the NNN Touring Bindings makes it easy to get in and out, while still providing excellent contact with your skis. PRODUCT FEATURES: Easy to use Nordic touring binding that will fit any NNN boot Provides secure grip and control on downhill trails Flex design provides enhanced comfort Versatile installation design allows binding to click onto any ski with an NIS plate and a screw mounted adapter plate for skis without System: NNN Weight: 6 oz. Material: Composite, rubber, steel

- Appalachian Outdoors

Rottefella's Touring Auto has a new, enhanced step-in/step-out system which makes it easy to enter and exit the binding. An easy to use nordic touring binding that will fit any NNN boot The binding's contact with the ski gives the skier a secure grip and control downhill. A newly developed flex provides enhanced comfort. The "Combi" part of the name refers to the versatile installation design. Out of the box, this binding clicks on to any ski with an NIS plate. For any ski without the NIS plate (e.g., any flat-decked XC ski), there is a screw mounted adapter plate to allow installation Rottefella NIS Mounting Plate for non-NIS skis not included, available separately

- OMCgear

The Rottefella Touring Auto has a new, enhanced step-in/step-out system which makes it easy to enter and exit the binding. The bindings contact with the ski gives the skier a secure grip and control downhill. A newly developed flex provides enhanced comfort

- CampSaver.com