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Rossignol Control Step In XC Ski Bindings

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$55.95 $70.00 (20% OFF)
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Description: Rossignol Control Step In XC Ski Bindings

Introducing the new Turnamic® Nordic system, compatible amongst existing NNN® & Prolink® boot soles, the CONTROL STEP IN is an easy to use touring binding designed for recreational off-trail skiers. The easy, tool-free fore/aft adjustability allows customized performance based on snow conditions with our new simple Step In system for easy entry-and-exit. Only compatible with the new Turnamic® IFP plate.

Key Features of Rossignol Control Step In XC Ski Bindings:
  • Interface: IPF
  • Mechanism: Automatic In, Manual Out
  • Sport/Touring Binding
  • Step-in Function
  • Pol Release Function
  • Lock Slider
  • Binding Flex: Classic
  • Weight: 242 gr/pair

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Work well, need base
These bindings work well. I was surprised when I received them to find that they required a special base on the skiis. I had to order that from a separate retailer. But after I put the base on everything is good. Easy to step in and out of.
March 13, 2019
MA, US
Age: 45-64
Purchased
2 months ago
Ability:
Intermediate

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How do you get out of binding ?
Kathy G on Dec 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Kathy,
This is a standard NNN style binding. You are held in by the pin on your boot. there is a little "button" on the front of the binding that will release your foot.
Do the bindings include the IFP mounting plate?
Dana H on Jan 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No.
Are these bindings compatible with the Rossignol BC X-2 XC boots?
Dana H on Jan 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes.
How to adjust these bindings to the size of the boot?
Zbigniew M on Nov 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey,
You won't need to adjust these to the size of the boot. The nice thing about the IFP system is that it is easy to slide the bindings forward or backwards to get the most leverage over the skis in varying snow conditions or depending on whether you're climbing or going down hill.

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