When Meidjo was first introduced (2013) it promised to deliver every binding feature the new telemark norm consortium dreamed of back at the end of the 20th century: step-in, safety release, free-pivot touring, lightweight, and ski brakes. The first NTN tele trap, Rottefella's Freeride, was a turning machine, but it came up short for touring. From the get go Meidjo offered Dynaficient touring, lightweight, with a sweet NTN connection, and safety release. By year two it added ski brakes AND an optional AT heel. Though Meidjo was a beauty to behold, she was easily bruised. Over time Meidjo has toughened up and the third generation is the bestest evah.
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