KneeBinding Hard Core Ski Binding

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2020 Knee Binding Hard Core Binding

Knee Binding produces the only bindings in the world with what they call Pure Lateral heel release. It is designed to detect minute forces that usually would cause knee injuries, but instead releasing you out of the binding just before an injury would occur. They have been proven to effectively reduce the percentage of knee injuries while skiing. The Hard Core version of their binding has the highest DIN range and thus the strongest retention and forward pressure. This means top freestylers, racers, and other aggressive skiers can enjoy the benefits of Knee Bindings while maintaining a proper DIN setting for their level of skiing. They use fully cantilevered brakes and geometry that allows for more aggressive carving and better switch landings (i.e. your brakes won't catch on the snow nearly as easily as other bindings). The snazzy, bright neon green color is a nod to the binding's application and positions it among similarly bright colored bindings on the market (you know what we're talking about) for high performance skiing. One of our favorite aspects of Knee Binding is that they're all designed, engineered, and produced in the United States with tremendous attention to detail and seemingly endless testing resulting in the reduced knee injuries their bindings boast.


  • DIN Range: 5 to 14
  • 3 mm Ramp Delta for More Balanced Stance
  • Cantilevered Brakes
  • Pure Lateral 3D ACL Protection
  • FlexFloat Mounting System
  • Lever Edge Technology
  • Convenient Treadle Scraper
  • Interchangeable Brakes
  • Conforms with International Testing Standards
  • Made in the USA
KneeBinding Hard Core Ski Binding

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How does this compare with the tyrolia binding or the marker griffon? I'm looking at last years elan ripstick and like the bright binding for that ski
Question by: Gina Whipple on Nov 28, 2020, 8:51 AM
Hi Gina! The Knee Binding is really unique, especially the toe piece. It allows for more lateral release out of the toe, which is designed to reduce knee injuries. The stand height is a little bit higher than both the Tyrolia or the Griffon, but it's a good all-mountain binding with a little extra technology for knee injury prevention.
Answer by: Jeff Neagle on Nov 29, 2020, 8:29 AM
How do I know if 110 size is for me?
Question by: john collins on Nov 3, 2022, 3:11 PM
Hi John
this depends on how wide your ski is at the waist! You would want something around the same size, so if your ski is around 110mm underfoot, the 110 is the right size! Hope that helps!
Answer by: Michael Queally (Admin) on Nov 3, 2022, 4:03 PM

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