Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using these recalled ski bindings
and return Marker bindings to a Marker authorized retailer or return Kastle bindings to a Kastle authorized retailer for a free replacement heel binding.
The biggest drop is in leg fractures, as a result of improvements in equipment - plastic-shell boots and ski bindings
that release after a fall and brakes that stop a runaway ski injuring another skier as it slides down the slope.
Free-heel ski bindings
are hinged at the toe to allow uphill travel, allowing skiers to explore the backcountry.
Ski Swap officials do check ski bindings
to make sure they meet safety standards before putting them on display.
The resins are a good match for use in outdoor recreational equipment such as vehicle hoods and components as well as ski bindings
and protective gear, offering cold-temperature resistance combined with UV resistance and excellent gloss retention.
Similar to bicycle locks, they fasten through ski bindings
and cost from $6 to $25.
We sell products under the HEAD (tennis, squash, paddle and racquetball racquets, tennis balls, tennis footwear, badminton products, alpine skis, ski bindings
and ski boots, snowboards, bindings and boots), Penn (tennis and racquetball balls), Tyrolia (ski bindings
), and Mares/Dacor (diving equipment) brands.
Special equipment: A repair kit is mandatory and should include duct tape, bailing wire, a sewing needle, awl, extra cables for cross country ski bindings
and stove parts.
This recall applies to the below listed models of the ATOMIC Race, Xentrix, Device, Centro and DYNAMIC ski bindings
produced between 1998 and 2002.