Naxo Backcountry Skiing Bindings – Info Index

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), tricks, and tips Naxo NX01 and NX21 randonnee "AT" ski bindings

Naxo Backcountry Skiing Bindings
Naxo NX01 backcountry skiing binding, NX21 looks almost the same.

(Please note, Naxo binding is an orphaned and discontinued product, though it may be available on the used and remainders market.)

Main Naxo FAQ (check this first)

How to Mount Naxo Bindings On Skis

Review of Naxo NX01 and NX02 backcountry skiing bindings

Backcountry Skiing Binding Slop (Torque) Test

Second Look at NX21

First Look at NX21 (ultra-beefed Naxo)

First Look — Stronger Naxo NX01 for 04-05

Naxo Backcountry Skiing Binding Adjustment Instructions

Naxo Torque Plate Modification

Fritschi vs. Naxo Comparo

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