"The thing is legit! I had no pre-releases, boot movement, or any other undesirable sensations.
It makes sense to protect yourself against the heartbreak of knee injury,
and the boot-to-ski connection feels as good as any binding made!"
- Powder Magazine
The world's only carbon-fiber binding blends industrial resins with hi-tech carbon fibers to increase strength and rigidity.
This makes the coupling even tighter and stiffer, providing more feedback to the skier and more precise transmission of energy to the ski.
Totally cool in Carbon Black and Vector Red.
With higher retention settings and forward pressure, top freestylers and racers can enjoy legendary performance and retention while still dramatically
reducing the possibility of a knee injury. Comes with 3mm ramp delta for more balanced stance. KneeBinding fully cantilevered brakes and geometry
allow more aggressive carving and more reliable switch landings. High visibility neon-green and black.
Women are even more at risk of knee injuries than men!
Our Mist binding offers a safer, high-performance experience, configured with
the optimal fore-aft stance for women. The Mist places you slightly more upright
(less forward lean), in a more athletic position.
In cloud white, black, and silver. Just right!
New for 2014/15, the Core is a fun expression of performance and protection.
With the widest mounts, the most stable boot platform, the world's only floating mount system for flat skis,
and even cantilevered brakes for less interference and more reliable switch landings,
Totally cool, in neon-green and black.
All the great features you'd expect from any KneeBinding, but that you can't get on ordinary bindings - all
in a graphite-grey, black, and silver package. Made with industrial resins and stainless steel, these
bindings provide premium performance and safety for skiers of all levels on any terrain.
Welcome to the
of Alpine Bindings!
KneeBindings are the only bindings in the world with PureLateralTM
heel release! This patented mechanism can detect the specific forces that cause most knee injuries on skis, and can release
just before the forces are great enough to otherwise injure the knee.