Skier's Choice Draft Picks
Round 6 – Binding Selection, Pick 6One in three skiing injuries involves knee ligaments. Your binding releases laterally in the toe and vertically in the heel. KneeBinding’s PureLateral Heel Release is the only technology that recognizes the loads and forces that create knee injuries, and allows the boot to release laterally in the heel before the injury takes place. The 12C is KneeBinding’s high-performance option made with carbon composite. Lever/Edge provides the widest boot interface on the market, along with the widest mounting points for the widest of skis. An added bonus: KneeBindings are manufactured in Vermont.
|Description||In addition to being so much safer, KneeBindings also have technology that actually improves retention and performance. Lever/Edge provides the widest boot interface on the market along with the widest mounting points for extra leverage and edge grip with today’s wider skis. And the Flex/Float mounting system allows modern ski shapes to flex the way that they were intended, improving elasticity and agility, while minimizing unwanted releases. All KneeBindings are designed and manufactured in the United States of America. - Will Eginton - Will Eginton|
|Features||Carbon Black/Vector Red • DIN 5-12 • Carbon Composite • Adjustable ramp 0-6mm (1.5mm increments)|