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Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Thu Nov 28, 2019 11:37 am
by Rodro
Is any know someting about a nnnbc releasable binding ?

Iam satisfied of soft boots on soft snow for some turns but i dont like when i am away from road the risk of someting or some knee brocking.

Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Thu Nov 28, 2019 6:54 pm
by bgregoire
Perhaps some DIY binging out there but nothing I have heard commercially. Take it easy!

Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Thu Nov 28, 2019 8:39 pm
by Rodro
bgregoire wrote:
Thu Nov 28, 2019 6:54 pm
Perhaps some DIY binging out there but nothing I have heard commercially. Take it easy!
thanks, i know about telebre and maybe rottofella new system. But first i will put a universal plate with insets.
May be a diy, cause i m toolmaker but ouff i prefer just buy.
And so ! we each live at Quebec, me Trois-Rivières

Au plaisir !

Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Thu Nov 28, 2019 11:28 pm
by bgregoire
Rodro wrote:
Thu Nov 28, 2019 8:39 pm
And so ! we each live at Quebec, me Trois-Rivières

Au plaisir !
Bienvenue! En fait, j'ai grandit de l'autre côté du fleuve de chez toi!

Bon ski!

Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 7:56 am
by Johnny
Yep, just Telebry your actual binding with the 3p pattern and you will have a super nice releasable NNN-BC binding. As simple as that, no DIY mods required. (Well you might have to trim the plastic NNN-BC plate a bit...) 8-)

Just mount according to the bar, not the pin line...

Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 9:21 am
by lowangle al
Releasable binding or not you still need to ski with the same amount of caution when far from the trailhead. I don't know your skill level, but being far from the road is no place to practice, especially if you're by yourself. My solution for safety is using heavier gear which allows me to ski more aggressively than I would with more distance oriented stuff.

Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 7:04 pm
by Rodro
Johnny wrote:
Fri Nov 29, 2019 7:56 am
Yep, just Telebry your actual binding with the 3p pattern and you will have a super nice releasable NNN-BC binding. As simple as that, no DIY mods required. (Well you might have to trim the plastic NNN-BC plate a bit...) 8-)

Just mount according to the bar, not the pin line...
Ok i to with telebry
And maybe a diy kit as my avatar

Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2019 7:23 pm
by Johnny
Doux Jesus Rodro!!!!!!! :o

Voila bien le plus beau systeme de leash jamais concu par l'homme!!! Un chef-d'oeuvre!!! :lol:
Comment tu l'appelle? NNN-B-Quille?

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Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Sat Nov 30, 2019 9:14 am
by Rodbelan
Un conseil à propos de Telebry; oublie ça, man... J'en ai eu une paire. Le principe est difficile à expliquer, mais ta fixation ne va tenir que par un seul pivot central et 3 butées. Le truc va nécessairement développer du jeu. Le gars qui les fabrique est super patient et gentil par ailleurs. En plus, ça pèse une tonne ce truc! Faudrait que tu puisses en voir une paire pour te faire une idée... Le TRP 100 de Rottefella (faudrait modifier un peu) est aussi lourd et ne release que latéralement...

La question qui se pose est: est-ce vraiment nécessaire? Le combo fix/botte dans ce cas-ci possède quand même assez de marge de mouvement lors d'une chute. Et puis, il y a le risque homeostasis qui stipule que lorsque l'on se sent trop en sécurité, c'est à ce moment-là que le danger se pointe... Les releases ne sont pas parfaits; parfois, ça occasionne des problèmes (comme pour cet ami qui avait fait ajuster ses skis et qui s'est retrouvé contre un arbre en sous-bois expressément parce qu'une de ses fixs s'était débrayée).

Re: Rottofella nnnbc releasable ?

Posted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:49 am
by Rodro
Johnny wrote:
Fri Nov 29, 2019 7:23 pm
Doux Jesus Rodro!!!!!!! :o

Voila bien le plus beau systeme de leash jamais concu par l'homme!!! Un chef-d'oeuvre!!! :lol:
Comment tu l'appelle? NNN-B-Quille?

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Ahah, no name again, maybe ice carv tool cause it do the job so sharp.

I make it since many years and use it just few time, ta first the idea whas to ski crusty icy hill at Monts Groulx and Chics Chocs, it's so stiff that you dont want it on soft snow.
So it work more than expect, maybe a new design eventually but not now.
But certainly just neet.

If i work on someting it will on minimalist maybe releasable binding.