Fischer Auto T3 NNN Cross Country Ski Bindings

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Fischer Auto T3 NNN Cross Country Ski Bindings
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Sku#: 205218P

The Fischer Auto T3 Cross Country Ski Bindings are the ideal recreational NNN binding that offers stability and control. Whether you're just starting out the day or you've stepped out of the bindings for a little break you'll have no troubles getting back in with the ease that comes with the auto entry. With a broader binding plate increasing the contact area between the boot and the binding you'll have maximum stability and additional support. These bindings were designed with a minimized space between the ski and the boot to ensure excellent power transfer and sensitivity. No other binding system will bring your foot so close to the cross country ski. When you demand reliability, easy handling, stability and control, go with the trusted Fischer brand and get your boots into a Fischer Auto T3 Cross Country Ski Binding.

  • Flex: 40
  • Action: Auto

Ski Gear Intended Use  Cross Country Special Features  Ease of Auto Entry Warranty  One Year
Model Year  2014 Model Number  S51107 Product ID  205218
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Q: I have Fischer 205 N460 Europa Crown S Crownbase 750 cross country skis I purchased in the 80's and in great condition. I was out today and broke a binding. I have Look Contact bindings. There are three screws in the front (binding) piece and one screw for the heal rest. Will new bindings (say NNN style) have the same screw hole pattern? Is the screw hole pattern standard throughout the industry? Can I just drill new holes in the skis for new bindings or is there some kind of sleeve or something required?
Asked : Feb 07, 2014
By : Ger, St. Louis
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A: The Look Contact bindings were an older style SNS binding, and should have a different mounting hole pattern than the Fischer Auto T3 NNN bindings. You would most likely just need to install the new bindings directly to the skis with the new hole pattern.
Answered : Feb 10, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
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