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KneeBinding Showcases Unique Alpine Binding Technology at SIA Snow Show
Date:1/27/2016

KneeBinding, creators of the first alpine ski binding designed to protect against ACL injuries, will showcase its lineup of revolutionary bindings, each featuring the brand’s signature PureLateral™ heel release technology at the 2016 SIA Snow Show in Denver, Colo., January 28-31 (Booth 3511).

“Our preventative binding is unlike anything else that’s currently on the market, and the SIA Snow Show is an excellent opportunity for us to be able to explain the technology behind the binding firsthand and demonstrate how it works,” said John Springer-Miller, KneeBinding Chairman. “It’s truly a revolutionary product that we are confident can have a huge impact on the future of the sport as we know it, and make a difference in a lot of people’s lives.”

Engineered for modern ski shapes and developed for skiers of all skill sets, KneeBinding products are equipped with a unique lateral heel release that detects the forces that cause damaging knee injuries and can release the wearer’s boot before the injury occurs. KneeBinding products also offer superior performance features that allow skiers to get the most from their equipment and ski with confidence, all without pre-release issues during regular use.

KneeBinding currently offers a collection of five models, including the HardCore14, the world’s only carbon-fiber binding, and the Mist, a model specifically configured for women. KneeBindings are available for purchase at over 500 trusted retailers worldwide.

KneeBinding will be exhibiting at Booth 3511 located in the Colorado Convention Center throughout the duration of the show. The booth will feature an interactive, mechanical device that demonstrates how KneeBinding products protect skiers against knee injuries in a way that standard bindings cannot. Attendees are encouraged to stop by to see the technology in action and learn more. For more information on KneeBinding, please visit http://www.KneeBinding.com.

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About KneeBinding
Made in America and based in Stowe, VT, KneeBinding provides the world’s only proven solution to the more than 70,000 ski-related ACL injuries and countless other knee injuries that occur every year. The safest alpine ski bindings in the world, KneeBinding products have a multi-patented, first-of-its-kind PureLateralTM heel release that detects the forces that cause most knee injuries and releases the ski boot before an injury can occur. Engineered specifically for modern ski shapes, KneeBindings protect skiers from injury without compromising retention and performance. To learn more about KneeBinding, please visit http://www.KneeBinding.com.

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