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Rottefella (literally translated as rat trap ) is a Norwegian manufacturer of ski bindings for cross-country skiing and telemarking . The company is located in Klokkarstua in Asker municipality .

The original binding, known as the "rat trap", was developed in 1927 by Bror With . This system was one of the most widely used cross-country bindings for over 50 years. The binding was later replaced by the NNN system ( New Nordic Norm ) in cross-country skiing. The system manufactured by the company for telemarking is called NTN ( New Telemark Norm ).

Cross-country binding of the NNN system from 2008, model for classic technology, also off-track

In addition to the NNN system, only SNS ( Salomon Nordic System ) is widespread on the world market for cross-country skiing bindings . These systems are not compatible and must match the shoe used. Beginning with the 2007/2008 collection, Fischer Sports GmbH switched from the SNS system to NNN, which has increased its market share, especially in the European market.

Individual evidence

  1. European Commission, Competition: Case No COMP / M.3765 - Amer / Salomon (English; PDF; 231 kB)
  2. Fischer Sports GmbH: ISPO 2007 press conference ( Memento of the original from December 28, 2008 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot /

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