Increase your performance with Xcelerator Pro Classic. The Xcelerator Pro Classic, a binding specially designed for classic cross-country skiing, based on the winning technology of the Xcelerator system. And used by athletes and race enthusiasts. Use the Rottefella QuickLock™ to choose between grip or glide. Moving the binding utilizes the wax zone of the skis better without having to stop and wax along the way.
The Xcelerator Pro Classic binding gives you the optimal transmission of power from man to ski, and provides great balance and control in every stride. And a perfekt match for skinskiis! Reccomended by skiforeningen (the norwegian ski council.)
The Ideal Position between boot and binding enables maximum power transmission in every kick. More rigidity in the material allows for a quicker response and better balance for classic skiier.
ISPO award 2016
Very proud to announce that Xcelerator Pro Classic was chosen Gold Winner at ISPO award for 2016!! The jury’s statement: "The Rottefella binding deserves the title GOLD WINNER because it's so versatile. Thanks to the binding's adjustment, you either get better grip in rough, undulating terrain, or you glide easier when it's flat.“
The Voilé HD Mountaineer 3-Pin Telemark Binding. Despite the ridiculously-long name, it’s as simple as a telemark binding can get: A 75mm Nordic Norm toe piece that mounts directly to the the ski and a barebones heel pad.
But wimpy, it ain’t. The toe box is constructed of 5052-H32 aluminum and machined almost identically as our 3-Pin Cable bindings. The three-level toe bail meets exactly the same specs as our other 3-Pin offerings and promises to take a licking and keep on clicking. Obviously, its a binding that is more suited to covering distance than making turns. And it thrives when its snuggled up against the duckbill of a leather boot.
Before the advent of compression spring cartridges, telemark binding designs relied on expandable springs to compensate for the rise in the heel when turning. Such springs were typically used in conjunction with some sort of flexible cable.
Enter the Voilé 3-Pin Cable Telemark Binding. Introduced in 1989, the name is a bit of a misnomer. As with all Voilé tele bindings, there really is no cable in the conventional sense. Instead, a pair of long, rigid, coiled springs with hooks and a locking heel piece complete the necessary toe-to-heel loop. The springs expand ever so slightly with each telemark turn and can be easily adjusted on the heel end. It’s a design that has stood the test of time, and still is very popular with skiers who prefer the comfort and flex of leather and softer-plastic telemark boots.