Fischer World Cup Skate Binding - IFP
The TURNAMIC® skate binding developed for World Cup athletes allows them to precisely position the binding, quickly and without tools. Safe Lock feature prevents unintentional opening of the binding during race action. FLOWFLEX® technology allows binding to flex with the ski for optimal power transfer.
Double locking clip for easy and safe fixation and adjustment of the binding on the IFP (Integrated Fixation Plate).
Adjustable heel section where the boot size is preselected using snap hooks on the heel rails. The heel is automatically positioned with it when the position is adjusted so no separate adjustments are necessary later.
The RACE CODE label of quality guarantees technological lead for professionals and ambitious skiers, direct from Fischer’s racing department: The close contact of the Fischer development team with athletes and trainers ensures that valuable inputs from the piste are implemented directly in technological innovations. Because victory is a question of perfect details.
Lightweight locking mechanism eliminates accidental openings due to errant pole or ski hits. An audible click confirms that the lever is locked.
Flexor developed for skating style with flex grade 11.0 and progressive power flow. Pre-load technology ensures the best ski control from the beginning of the motion. 40° working angle (amplitude), tool-free changeover, secure fit inside binding housing and low-wear material are what make this high-performance absorber stand out.
The shape of the Race Pro Skate housing keeps the ski balanced horizontally after every kick. Perfect ski control – even when the ski is in the air.
The mounting and positioning works tool-free and is optimized for easy operation even in difficult conditions on the track. A clearly visible value display in the windows next to the adjustment and the sensible latching facilitates positioning.
The well-thought-out (in all details) housing construction with broad contact surface and torsionally stiff geometry is the basis for direct power transfer. Previously unattained ski control and forward thrust go hand in hand with low weight.