Fischer RS10 PowerRail ski binding

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Fischer RS10

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Regular Price: £69.99

Special Price £41.99

Sport performance ski binding

New binding this year with a good, workable DIN range of 3-10. Low profile, solid feel and an extremely good value binding. Its understated, but rather classy Anthracite and Smoke graphic is another that looks great on lots of this year’s skis. DIN 3-10 Full Diagonal Teflon

Tech Spec

Brand Fischer
Binding type All Mountain

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Posted by Wolfie on Saturday, 31 May 2014

Question:

Hi, Is the Fischer RS10 a Powerrail binding?

Answers:

  • Posted by John Sturgess on Saturday, 31 May 2014

    Hi Wolfie

     

    Thanks for your enquiry about the Fischer RS10's.  There is a Powerail version of the RS10 but the ones we have are the traditional "drill, glue and screw" ones.

    Hope this helps.

     

    Kind regards

     

    John and Team at Snowfit

Posted by Dave Jansen on Sunday, 20 January 2013

Question:

I want to change the length for a larger boot sole. How do I make it larger? Do I have to loosen the phillips head screws? I don't want to force anything

Answers:

  • Posted by John Sturgess on Sunday, 20 January 2013

    Hi,

     

    It depends on how much bigger the boot is.  There is adjustment at the heel, by just lifting the chrome plate with a screwdriver and sliding the heel piece backwards, however, I imagine you have already done this and the increased length is still insufficient. 

    To re-dril the skis (to accept the binding mounted for a bigger boot)  firstly check where the balance point on the boot you intend to use is in relation to the balance point of the ski  (line under the arch of the boot, often marked "A", the corresponding line on the ski could be a line/arrow on the sidewall or the top surface, could be a filled in triangle on the sidewall, could be a raised line on the topsheet, it just depends on the skis in question).  If when the toepiece of the boot is thrust into the toe binding the bott line is directly over the ski line, or within say 5mm, you can get away with just relocating the heel binding assembly if it is more than this then bothe binding pieces will need to be moved.

     

    Let me know the answer to these questions and I'll tell you how to proceed from here.

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