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Rottefella Rottefella NNN BC Auto Binding

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    User-friendly and usage-ready.

    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.
    • Item #ALP0306

    Tech Specs

    Material
    plastic, stainless steel
    Binding Type
    NNN BC
    Auto Step-In
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    (pair) 12.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring, nordic skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Extremely difficult to get into

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    My wife recently got some new waxless cross-country skis with Rottefella NNN "automatic" bindings. Perhaps there's some magic trick to getting them latched on, but it sure isn't obvious! She has yet to be able to do it herself by just stepping down. Unless I bend down, guide the boot just so and apply pressure to the toe, they just don't latch. I was so happy I was still using my old 3-pin bindings, which I've never had any trouble getting into.

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    I'm new to this sport. Could anyone tell me if I can make adjustments for my NNN BC Rossignol X9 size 11 boots to go on Karhu Quest skis with Rottefella bindings (NNN BC) size 7.

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    I just replaced my old NNN auto bindings with NNN BC3's because I bought new boots that were more supportive and insulated backcountry boots. My skis are wide enough, so it was no problem. I've mounted many bindings and have had no problems with these (despite no manual or template included, weird). My only question is: Why are the sides of the bindings not flush with the skis? Are they supposed to be that way?

    Recently, had Rottefella manual T3 bindings mounted to XC skis. Where should the boot heel meet the heel plate? One heel plate was set back further then the other, and the inner edge of the boot heel doesn't rest on the heel plate properly; it is forward on it. It seems off by 1/2 of an inch. To close this heel plate in more, would necessitate drilling another hole. Would this compromise the structural integrity of the ski? Much thanks.

    I just purchased the Fischer offtrack 5 boot and currently have a pair of rossignal evo skis...I generally don't ski offtrack and want to be sure this binding would work rather than the magnum...

    i have always mounted my own bindings,...

    i have always mounted my own bindings, (three pins, alpine)...but never any NNN bc,,

    do you have any instructions for locating the binding on the ski?? (i have purchased two pairs for christmas gifts and i would like to get them mounted up so we can ski christmas afternoon!!)

    thank you

    The place where the binding holds onto the pin in the boot should be located over the balance point.



    I generally locate the balance points on both skis, then take the average of the two. If you don't have a jig, don't worry. You can directly screw the binding onto the ski (make sure the heel plate is properly adjusted to the boots that will be using the skis).



    I would suggest that after screwing the binding onto the skis, to take the bindings off, and then put wood glue in the holes, reinstall the bindings, then let it sit upside down overnight.



    If you have any other questions, let me know.



    J-Man, Sugarloaf OC Tech.

    I just bought a pair of Rossignol X5 NNN...

    I just bought a pair of Rossignol X5 NNN boots. Should these fit my Rottefella NNN BC bindings? The tread seems to keep the bar from engaging or I am just thick?