The NIS system offers the unique advantage of adjustability. The binding can slide along the NIS plate to enable individual fine tuning. This possibility of individual adjustment is of significance not only to racers. Recreational skiers and also newcomers to the sport also benefit from being able to make these adjustments.
 
On the whole it is assumed that the balance point is used for the mounting position. Individual adjustments to this basic setting can be made according to the skiing style. Using the NIS key you can make these adjustments in no time at all – even when you are out on the track.
 
The following will show you how the different positions of the binding affect the performance of the skis and, as a result, how the climbing and gliding properties change as a result. The different colours on the pictures show you the varying pressure patterns according to the position of the binding.
EFFECTS ON SKATING

Binding more forward:

  Increased pressure in shovel area
  Advantage: greater stability when gliding
  Important: loses speed



Binding moved further back:

  Pressure reduction in shovel section
  Advantage: more forgiving in terms of skiing style
  Important: not as dynamic
EFFECTS ON CLASSIC – GLIDING PHASE
Binding more forward:

 

  Greater pressure in shovel area when gliding
  Important: reduction in gliding properties



Binding moved further back:

  Less pressure in shovel area when gliding
  Advantage: better gliding qualities
EFFECTS ON CLASSIC – KICK ACTION

Binding more forward:

  Greater pressure on climbing zone in kick action
  Advantage: easier climbing, more reliable kick action



Binding moved further back:

  Less pressure on climbing zone in kick action
  Important: kick action more difficult