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Fischer Turnamic Race Pro Classic IFP Cross Country Bindings

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Description

If you want to progress your cross country skiing - these Race Pro Turnamic classic bindings from Fischer have the most direct power transfer.

Fischer built the Turnamic Pro Race cross country bindings for classic to provide cross country skiers torsional stiff, low profiled ski bindings for the great results out in the snow.

It is easy to adjust the position of the binding for more grip or more glide. It will fit shoe sizes from US 3 - 17 (EU 35 - 52)

These Turnamic bindings are compatible with Turnamic ski boots, Rottefella NNN ski boots, and Salomon Prolink ski boots.

These binding can only be mounted on IFP plates and not NIS plates.

Notice: When purchasing both skis and bindings from us, we mount your bindings for free. If you would like us to do the mounting please add you boot size when ordering these bindings.

Specifications
Ski Type:
Classic
Compatible boots:
NNN, Prolink, Turnamic
Weight - pr. pair:
200g
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The sideways turn to get in and out of the binding is easy. There are no instructions, included with the bindings, so I had to go online to see how to adjust the forward / backward position, which affects grip and glide. This is my first NNN compatible boots/bindings system, as I had the SNS system with the two bar attatchment classic binding, that was sold for about 18 months, a while ago, so the feel is VERY different. Closer to the ski, and the bar further forward on the boot. I can see that it will be better in classic, but will make step turns more difficult. Not sure if I will like the NNN system in Skate.
Leonie K. (Blaine)
05/01/2018
Rating: 4 of 5!
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