fit over the pins seen on the bottom of the plate, keeping the boot from sliding rearward. However, if certain force limits are exceeded, it releases the boot to minimize skier injury, such as in the case of a fall or impact. This binding features a Nevada-style pivoting toe, a step-in-step-out heel, and an integrated ski brake. They are no longer as popular as they were but are still for sale. In 2007, Fischer abandoned SNS and entirely switched to NIS. The heel was held to the plate by a short strap attaching at the back.
Skiing Heritage Journal :. . Salomon Snowscape 7 Pilot Cross Country Skis with Bindings XX-Large NEW 109.96. "Norway: How It All Started". The boot is then clamped down by a bail. Unlike the 75 mm it was symmetric. 12 a b "About Us" Archived at the Wayback Machine., Rottefella Huntsford, Roland. 6 NTN (New Telemark Norm) edit In 2007, Rottefella introduced the New Telemark Norm binding. The toe clip runs through the core of the ski to bend up on either side.