Reviewed by East Coast hiker from NJ on Thursday, January 16, 2014
These are very good, lightweight NNN bindings. Just bought 3rd pair for another older pair of skis I want to upgrade. Only issue is that the box did not come with an instruction on exactly where and how to mount them but Rottefella in Norway quickly help me with that little problem. Very easy to use and provide surprisingly good control, also when it comes to "plow-braking".
Reviewed by Middle-aged ex-racer from New England on Tuesday, January 07, 2014
This is a decent entry binding. They are easy enough to install without a ski tech if you know about balance points, boot lengths, etc. The plastic is not terribly rugged, but nothing seems in danger of breaking. The quick release mechanism works very well, too. I would recommend these to a beginner.
Reviewed by Mike from Central massachusetts on Friday, February 15, 2013
Totally functional. Easy enough to mount (pay attention to the balance point of the ski). I have only used the bindings twice but they are easy to click into and out of boot. I would absolutely recommend this binding at this price
Reviewed by Montrose Family XC from Montrose, CO on Monday, February 04, 2013
I bought these for my 11 year old daughter and put them on an inexpensive pair of atomic 55 touring skis. So far they have fit the bill for our use on groomed trails and some non-groomed trails as well.
Reviewed by FlyFisher 1 from Bend, OR on Wednesday, January 19, 2011
NNN II bindings provide good stability with ease of use. I prefer the "manual" version, but the step in type was the only version available from STP. Hard to beat the price! These mount with the long standing 3 screw pattern used for most light touring nordic bindings, so are easy to retrofit to current skis with the original NNN binding.