Prolink Boot with Turnamic Binding

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Prolink Boot with Turnamic Binding

Post by skateski007 » Tue May 22, 2018 12:16 pm

Hi,

Is a Salomon Prolink skate boot compatible with Turnamic skate bindings?

Thanks

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Re: Prolink Boot with Turnamic Binding

Post by PenokeeRanger » Tue May 22, 2018 9:07 pm

Can’t answer for the skate aspect but for my new classic Salomon S/Race Skin skis this winter I bought the IFP plate and mounted it so I could use the IFP/turnamic bindings. Though I had to drill one additional hole for each ski, they worked great with my new Prolink Pursuit boots. I only got to ski 40km with them at the end of the season but I’m really happy with them.

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Re: Prolink Boot with Turnamic Binding

Post by celestyx » Wed May 23, 2018 12:17 pm

skateski007 wrote:Hi,

Is a Salomon Prolink skate boot compatible with Turnamic skate bindings?

Thanks
Yes. I have Atomic Prolink skate boots and have no problems in the Turnamic bindings.

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Re: Prolink Boot with Turnamic Binding

Post by skateski007 » Wed May 23, 2018 12:27 pm

Thank you all for your answers

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Re: Prolink Boot with Turnamic Binding

Post by Magnus Johansson » Thu May 24, 2018 3:01 am

Like already said above, the binding/boot interfaces of Prolink and Turnamic are compatible. I think it is quite stupid that NNN2 is not only the open domain standard for this interface but also a registered trademark of Rottefella. Otherwise, all NNN2 compatible products could be marked with NNN2 so people easily could know things will fit together.

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