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Color:Carbon Black
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Responsive and lightweight, the Kneebinding Carbon downhill ski bindings offer advanced skiers high performance and reduce the chances of serious knee injury.

  • Features

    • The Kneebinding Carbon downhill ski bindings offer an innovative solution to injury—a heel piece that releases sideways to reduce the chance of serious knee injury
    • Traditional bindings feature 2 areas of release: sideways toe release in the front of the boot and vertical or forward heel release at the back of the boot
    • Kneebindings offer an additional dimension of sideways release in the heel, reducing the chances of strains and tears to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
    • Resin and stainless-steel components offer high durability, excellent energy transfer and light weight
    • Components are blended with carbon fiber to increase stiffness and maximize responsiveness
    • Mounting system is designed to work with the natural flex of your skis and to reduce unwanted release
    • Hard, flat boot platforms efficiently transfer pressure from edge to edge, and toe-height adjustment eliminates play
    • Wide mounting platform enhances leverage on today's wide skis
    • Comes with either a 90mm brake that fits most all-mountain skis or a 110mm brake that fits most all-mountain wide and some powder skis
    • Features 3 - 12 DIN settings

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Downhill Skiing

    Skill Level

    Advanced

    Boot Sole Compatibility

    Alpine (ISO 5355) and GripWalk

    Lowest DIN

    3

    Highest DIN

    12

    Recommended Skier Weight

    65 + pounds

    Adjustment Range

    30 millimeters

    Brake Width (mm)

    90 MM: 90 millimeters

    110 MM: 110 millimeters

    Gender

    Unisex

    Weight (Pair)

    4 lbs. 12 oz.

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