Rottefella Xcelerator Classic NIS Binding

Retailers' Descriptions

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Xcelerator 2.0 Classic bindings are ultralight NIS race bindings designed for competitive classic skiing. The new 2.0 version is stiffer and uses less material than its predecessor.


The Rottefella Xcelerator Classic Binding could have been made out of feathers and helium and it wouldn't be much lighter. Checking in at just under six ounces per pair, the Xcelerator is the lightest classic binding out there, but it isn't some flimsy one-trick-pony. It's made of tough plastic and has an innovative steel clamping system that grips the toe axle at the widest points for increased power transmission and ski control. The Xcelerator also utilizes the wide footprint and easy adjustability of the NIS system, so you have total control over your skis at all times without the need for tools or screws. It even has swappable toe bumpers, so you can change the binding flex to suit your needs or the conditions, making it the only classic binding you'll need.


Rottefella Xcelerator Classic NIS Bindings in a short time on the market have become a new standard for light, tight, and reliable high performance classic ski bindings. Up to 40% lighter than previous NNN race bindings The latching system is redesigned in such a way to reduce weight, increase durability, and provide a slightly tighter link with the boot. Base plate is wider than other systems and offers greater lateral support, important for skating and downhills Fits skis with NIS plate only. . Xcelerators feature replaceable flex bumpers (sold separately), making it easy to personalize your binding.

- OMCgear

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previously retailed for:
$78.54 - $99.95

The Rottefella Xcelerator Classic NIS Binding is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 29, 2017 at REI.

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