These telemark bindings, the NTN Freeride, are powerful and the perfect choice for resort and freeride skiing in the off-piste.
The width of the brake arms/stoppers are 110mm. It is possible to buy separately stoppers with the width of 95mm or 125mm.
A simple step in and step out binding with a mode for downhill skiing and mode for uphill walking - off course with free heels all the time.
The NTN Freeride is the more heavy duty edition of the telemark bindings from Rottefella. They offer good stability, quick response and therefore good ski control. The bindings have one heel lift position of 50mm.
These bindings are only compatible with NTN (New Telemark Norm) telemark boots from the brands Crispi, Scarpa, and Scott.
Flexibility (Powertubes with other flexibility can be bought separately):
- The small edition comes with a soft (green) powertube making a soft flex.
- The large edition comes with a medium (blue) powertube making a medium flex
Rottefella recommends green powertubes for small boots <26.5 mondopoint and blue powertubes for large boots >26.5 mondopoint.
- The Small fits boot sizes 22.0 - 26.0Mondopoint from the brands Scarpa and Crispi and boot sizes 22.0 - 25.5Mondopoint from the brands Garmont and Scott
- The Large fits boots size 26.0Mondopoint and up from the brands Garmont and Scott and boot sizes 26.5Mondopoint and up from the brands Scarpa and Crispi
Note: These bindings do not have a traditional and ISO certified heel and toe release functionality. But Rottefella has made a release functionality - We follow the recommendations of Rottefella when mounting and adjusting the release functionality of the bindings.
Find products compatible with Rottefella NTN Freeride Telemark Ski Bindings:
|Model||Brake arm Width||Weight||Stand Height|
|S - 110mm||110mm||65.26oz||30mm|
|L - 95mm||-||-||-|
|L - 110mm||110mm||65.26oz||30mm|
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|Excellent down hill telly binding. Well suited for aggressive skiers. Great for carving in natural or groomed trails. Quick response, so grant in moguls and pretty much anything the mountain throws at you. Very robust (had mine 10 years, full seasons). Great if you have more than one pair of skis, because very easily switchable form on pair of sticks to the next. I would not recommend for back country and ascension because too heavy. Awesome free ride binding. Won,t come off easily of you land a fall.|
|Michel M. (Sutton)|