Fischer Touring Classic NIS

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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This Touring Classic binding features a wide housing for a great balance in all skiing conditions, a very user-friendly automatic step in/out mechanism, and allows individual adjustment thanks to the Nordic Integrated System (NIS). . . . NIS is easy to mount. . NNN binding for stability and control. . Compatible with skis with an NIS plate. . Compatible with NNN boots. . Weight: 285g. .


The NNN Touring Classic NIS XC Ski Bindings from Fischer are newly designed for offtrack cruising. They are a user friendly ski with a step in and out mechanism. PRODUCT FEATURES: FLEX: 40 ShA BOOT ATTACHMENT: automatic ASSEMBLY: NIS WEIGHT: 285 g

- Appalachian Outdoors

Step into the Fischer Touring Classic NIS Binding, and explore the trails, woods, and hills with serious stability and control. The NIS mounting system makes it easy to mount and adjust your bindings, so your balance will be dialed in all conditions, and the wide NNN automatic binding gives you better stability, control, and power transfer than an old-school binding, all without having to use your hands to step in and out.


The position of the Fischer Touring Classic My Style NIS binding can be adjusted to suit your skis and skiing style with the NIS - fine tuning slider. The wide binding plate increases the contact area between the boot and binding for excellent stability and control. The NIS binding clips automatically onto your boot - just step in and apply pressure to the toe and you're ready to head down the tracks. Broad binding plate and dual guide rails increase stability NIS binding plate allows the binding to slide, and move the balance point forward or aft Automati entry

- OMCgear

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