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Howell 5-15 Anti-ACL-Rupture

Howell 5-15 Anti-ACL-Rupture

$800.00

DEPOSIT PRICE:   $80   (to reveal deposit price, activate drag-down, above)

 

ANTI-PRE-RELEASE.  MAXIMUM EDGE CONTROL

5—15 DIN     $800

 

Deposit:   $80  (balance invoiced at time of shipment October 2022).     

Deposits are fully-refundable at any time.    

Deposits placed now receive a 30% discount off full price when net amount is due in Oct 2022:  net invoiced balance  =  $480 in Oct 2022.

First shipments — October, 2022.  

FREE SHIPPING*  for Deposits of $80 placed now.

Or, orders placed now at full-price receive personalized mounting, testing and adjustment by Rick Howell.  This is a limited-time offer.

 

     Howell 5-15 Anti-ACL-Rupture ski-bindings provide a decisive command over anti-pre-release and edge control.  

     Same binding as Howell 880 Pro.

 

Details:  Super-tough engineering-grade-resins (non-hydroscopic Nylon-12 with 50% long glass fibers) & aluminum housings.  Pure Teflon boot contact points.  Pincer-toes provide solid lateral control even on choppy ice.  Multi-directional toe-release (not pure-vertical toe release).  Solid stainless steel inner workings enhance reliable function.  Unique, Functional Decoupling System (sm) blocks pre-release in each mode of release even at chart settings.  Wide boot contact maximizes edge-control.  Utility patented, low, 17mm stand-height reduces MCL, ACL and meniscus stress.  0°-ramp angle provides natural athletic stance.  Additional 3rd-mode of lateral heel release — uniquely without pre-release — enhances ACL and MCL friendly skiing.  Floating Mounting System maximizes binding-retention to the ski. 

     For more info about how this binding is ACL-friendly, see:  Menu —> Tech Info —> Release  ( or ‘Retention’ or ‘Edge Control’ ).

 

Also included:

     Grip-Sole or ‘standard alpine sole’ compatible;

     Extra-set of insert-molded Pure Teflon AFD’s attachable with simple re-mounting of toe;

     Maximum tipping angle with extreme brake-retraction averts boot-outs;

     Anticipated DIN Certification in Germany;

     Individually tested and calibrated;

     Lifetime Limited Warranty;

     2 brake retainers for base-prep;

     3 ski-brake widths included, standard:  70-80mm;  80-90mm;  90-100mm** ;

     Precision metal mounting jig;  4.1mm-Ø drill bit;  4.0mm-Ø tap and tap-handle;  

     Cant Kit  (0°, 1°, 2°);

     Detailed instructions and on-line service.

 

    Anti-pre-release. ACL-friendly.
  FLAT-OUT SKIING CONFIDENCE.

            Howell SkiBindings 
               It was inevitable.

  

To pre-order other or additional Howell SkiBindings with an $80 reservation-deposit:

Howell 2.5-9  Anti-ACL-Rupture ski-binding — Extra-Female friendly, extra ACL-friendly.   DIN 2.5—9

Howell 8-20  Anti-ACL-Rupture ski-binding — Titanium housings.  CAUTION:  FOR EXTREME SKIERS & RACERS ONLY.  DIN 8—20  

 

 

PO Box 1274    •   Stowe, Vermont 05672  USA
1.802.793.4849  •  rick.howell@howellskibindings.com  •  www.howellskibindings.com

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Copyright © 2019 by Rick Howell and Howell SkiBindings.  All rights reserved.

U.S. Patent 9,463,370 and other patents pending.
'ACL-Friendly', 'It was inevitable.', 'Howell SkiBindings', '800 Venus', '880 Pro', 'Howell 888 Max', ‘Howell 2.5-9 Anti-ACL-Rupture’, ‘Howell 5-15 Anti-ACL-Rupture’; ‘Howell 8-20 Anti-ACL-Rupture’ are (sm) Service Marks.

Content subject to change without notice.

 

* US$20 is automatically charged on Reservation Deposits for international orders.

** Howell SkiBindings is against (a) ski waist widths greater than 100mm  AND  (b) all 'pin-binding's' (except Trab TR2) — due to their association with a new type of skiing-injury:  severe, high-energy tibia-plateau and tibial-tuberosity fractures.  Both new types of skiing injuries are the fastest-growing categories of injuries in skiing — matching the growth of fat-skis and pin-bindings.  The high-energy nature of the new types of skiing fractures involve multiple-fragments, difficult surgical reconstruction, and 10 to 15-months of aggressive rehabilitation.  Fat skis on firm snow are a serious problem for the sustainability of our beautiful sport.   References:  (1) Dominik Heim, MD;  SITEMSH-Japan, 2016.  (2) Zorko; Nemec; Matjacic; Olensek;  Alpine Skiing Simulations Prove Ski Waist-Width Influences Knee Joint Kinematics;  ISSS-Innsbruck, Austria, 2017.   (3) Stenroos; Pakarinen; Jalkanen; Mälkiä; Handolin;  Tibial Fractures in Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding in Finland: A Retrospective Study on Fracture Types and Injury Mechanisms in 363 patients;  Scand J Surg Off Organ Finn Surg Soc Scand Surg Soc., Sept 2015,  doi:10.1177/1457496915607410.  (4) Improved Short Term Outcomes in Tibial Plateau Fractures of Snow Sports Injuries Treated with Immediate Open Reduction Internal Fixation;  Janes, MD; Leonard, MSPH; Phillips, PA-C; Salottolo, MPH; Abbott, MD, Bar-Or, MD;  ISSS-Innsbruck, Austria, 2017.

 

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** US$20 is charged at the time of Reservation Deposit for international shipments.