Rottefella Nato M98


Brand: Rottefella

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ian
ian (Guest)
22/01/2018
Strenghts:
simple, light, adjustable for size and tension...

Weaknesses:
simple and light...bring a spare wrench and wire if you're far from home

Summary:
use them for mixed touring with leathers...
does not compare with modern 'tele' binders for big boots and boards
but more heel control than three-pin backcountry

Eric Mikkelsen
Eric Mikkelsen (Guest)
14/03/2008
Strenghts:
light weight, simple, classic design...dating back to 1932

Best used with soft leather single telemark boots.

Weaknesses:
not built for driving big, heavy skis with big heavy plastic boots.

Summary:
In its element, on a light ski with a light boot, this binding is the best in it's catagory.

I would love to own this binding if anyone can help me find it at a reasonable price. Please e-mail me if you have purchase info. Thanks!

henrikmjoberg
25/01/2006
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Strenghts:
+ Easy
+ Good restraint even with leather pants
+ Adjustable wire length

Weaknesses:
+ Weaker feather on the wire compared to Chili Riva

Summary:
Mounted on a ├ůsnes Combi Combat Cap ski with 10 mm plates, they provide an excellent combination for trips in varying and steep mountain ranges. Stopping and walking on the trip will be natural while maintaining relatively good stability on the way down. However, they are of course no weapon for freeride enthusiasts.