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KneeBinding Technology Offers Unique Knee Protection for Skiers of All Skillsets
Date:2/25/2016

With more than 10 years of product research and development under its belt, KneeBinding, an American brand based in Stowe, VT, is proud to offer the safest and most revolutionary alpine binding innovation currently on the market.

KneeBinding products are the only flat mount ski bindings proven to protect against most ACL tears – the most commonly reported injury in the sport – without compromising performance. Unlike standard bindings that offer two areas of release, KneeBinding products add a third dimension with a first-of-its-kind PureLateral™ heel release, a multi-patented mechanism designed to eject the skier’s boot once too much rear-weighted twisting force is applied (the most common cause of ACL injuries while skiing) without any pre-release issues during regular use.

KneeBinding products not only keep wearers safer than any other binding on the market, they also provide superior performance features that allow skiers to get the most from their equipment and tap into their full potential. KneeBinding products are equipped with a one of a kind FlexFloat™ floating mount system which allows the ski to flex more naturally through each turn, minimizing the risk of premature release. In addition, KneeBinding’s unique Leveredge™ interface provides boot platforms in both the front and rear designed to match the width of the boot sole, thereby improving leverage and edge-grip.

“We firmly believe that no matter what level skier you are, your gear should always have your back,” said John Springer-Miller, KneeBinding Chairman. “We’re proud to offer a completely unique piece of technology that has the capability to keep skiers safer than any other piece of gear on the market. It’s an exciting time for the ski industry and we’re looking forward to seeing what else this may lead to for gear advancements in the future.”

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. For more information on KneeBinding, please visit http://www.KneeBinding.com.

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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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