Rottefella MOVE™ gets the best out of your skis, regardless of whether you use skin skis (felleski) or wax them yourself. On skin skis, which were initially designed for grip, you will get much better glide by moving the binding backwards on flat sections and downhill slopes. When you lubricate, the pressure on the grip zone will change as you move the binding. Forward for better grip, backward for better glide. This gives you optimal conditions, the whole way. By moving the binding, you will find that the grip waxing lasts longer.
The red field in the illustration shows the location of the balance point when the binding is moved forwards. The whole trap or grip zone is in contact with the substrate, resulting in maximum grip.
MOVE™ BINDINGEN IN THE REAR POSITION
The red field in the illustration shows the location of the balance point when the binding is moved backwards. Only a small part of the skis' grip area comes into contact with the snow, regardless of whether you have skin skis (felleski) or waxable skis (smøreski). This gives you better glide.
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If you want to achieve full control over the glide and grip properties of your skis, the Rottefella MOVE ™ / waxable ski combination is the only smart choice
First you need to find a pair of skis that are perfect for your technique and body weight, which you can do via SkiSelector. (Here honesty is the key to success!) Once in place, the waxing zones can be defined in millimetres by SkiSelector – and you will then discover how extremely effective Rottefella MOVE ™ actually is. Analyses by SkiSelector show that the tension curve for skis changes when you move the bindings forwards or backwards. This becomes all the more evident at long distances; by "distributing" the balance point to several areas of the grip waxing, the waxing will last longer. You will simply have better grip over longer distances. At the same time, you can optimise the glide. In runs that end with flat sections and downhill, such as the Birkebeineren, the benefits of moving the binding backwards will be obvious. Both for you and competitors who don't use MOVE™.
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