In 2018, Rottefella revolutionized the sport of cross-country skiing with the MOVE™ binding system by introducing MOVE™Switch, which made it possible to move the binding for grip and glide without taking off your skis. The successor, Rottefella MOVE™ Race, is specially intended for those who want to maximize glide and where seconds count! Now we have added a newcomer into the MOVE™ family – MOVE™ Tune Skate gives you the opportunity to fine - tune your bindings according to snow conditions, the characteristics of your skis, and your technique.
FOR BETTER GRIP AND GLIDE
There are few things that do more to ruin a good ski trip than poor grip and poor glide. Even a perfect day can be below average if the equipment isn't up to it. With MOVE™ Switch it's easy to do something about this. Four different settings provide good grip on uphill slopes and good glide down. With MOVE™Switch, you can enjoy the outdoor experience without giving a thought to the equipment..
MOVE™ Race is for those of you who have in mind hills, flat open spaces, downhill runs and seconds, and where skiing is about measuring yourself against your own performance as well as that of other skiers. MOVE™ Race gives you instant glide and maximum grip. When you flip the MOVE™ Race lever forward, you move the balance point back by 30 mm. Three small centimeters that make a whole world of difference.
MOVE™ TUNE SKATE
MOVE™ Tune Skate helps you optimize your skis in all conditions by fine - tuning your bindings between nine steps according to snow conditions, the characteristics of your skis, and your technique. By moving the bindings forwards in hard packed snow, you get skis that are easier to steer and increases stability. By moving the bindings backw ards in loose snow conditions, you get less pressure on the front skis and they float better
Move and winseconds in races
Ready for the best season of your life? Below, we have covered all the classic long runs, and highlighted where we recommend adjusting your MOVE™ Switch or MOVE™ Race bindings and which settings to choose. That way, it won't be the grip or the glide that determines the outcome.