There are a variety of bindings that easily attach to the Hok. All the bindings options listed below will offer great range of motion and natural foot flex while touring in the backcountry. This is essential for comfortable and efficient skishoeing, whether your out for an hour or all day. Control is also important and all these options offer what we consider to be the best blend of touring comfort and ski control.
We consider the 75mm system to have the best mix of control, weight, and comfort while skishoeing. Our universal binding is definitely the most convenient and the least
expensive way to start out, as you can use your existing boots. It also offers good control and has a comfortable flex for touring. The system bindings are great too, and if you have a good system boot this offers great flex and control in a small package.
Whatever you choose, switching to a different system is easy to do, as the Hok comes with threaded inserts that match the hole pattern of the universal and the 75mm binding. An adapter plate is also available for easily mounting of Rottefella NNNBC or Salomon BC bindings.
Altai Skis 75mm 3pin binding:
For those that have a sturdy 75mm boot, we recommend this as the lightest boot/binding system with the best control, and we offer a sturdy 75mm binding that screws into the threaded inserts incorporated into the ski.
For those that prefer the convenience of a universal binding, we offer a universal binding, also matching the hole pattern of the Hok’s threaded inserts. The binding is adjustable to most boots with a flexible sole and offers good control and flex for touring. If you don’t have any sturdy nordic boots, this is the most economical way to start out skishoeing.
Rottefella NNNBC and Salomon BC:
For those that already have a NNNBC or Salomon BC boot, or prefer this system over the 3pin system, we offer an adapter plate that screws into the ski via the threaded inserts. The binding then screws into the adapter plate. This also offers a great mix of light weight and good control.