KneeBinding, Inc. of Stowe, Vermont, continues to raise the bar with the Carbon14, introduced for the 2018-19 season.
This new model offers all the same advantages of the best-selling KneeBinding Carbon, but with a higher DIN range (5-14).
“We are excited about the reception we’ve had for our new Carbon14,” said John Spring-er-Miller, KneeBinding chairman. “In fact, we’re already sold out of that model for the season, although there may still be a few left in stores going into the holiday season.”
The even bigger news this year is the significant in-store price reductions. Springer-Miller said KneeBinding has been able to reduce consumer prices by $30 per pair for all of its six models.
KneeBindings are best known for protecting against knee ligament injuries. The bindings include a third patented release mechanism no other binding has — a “PureLateral” heel release that can detect the forces that cause most knee injuries on skis and can release before the forces are great enough to cause a knee injury. KneeBinding claims to reduce the risk of knee injuries by at least 75 percent.
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But the company is no less pleased with the bindings’ performance and retention. “We’ve won virtually every major performance award in the industry, including ‘Gear of the Year’ and ‘Best Alpine Binding.’
And KneeBinding is the only binding ever to win Powder Magazine’s ‘Skier’s Choice Award’ two years in a row,” noted COO Steve Walkerman.
In fact, reviewers have stated that Knee-Bindings ski “as well or better than any other binding,” an extraordinary advantage for a product that originally made its name by being significantly safer.
KneeBindings are made in the USA and come with a five-year warranty.