Bionic Knees on Skis

Posted By: Zeke Piestrup on November 24, 2008 12:00 am

A revolutionary system allows skiers with bad knees to ski twice as long and pain free. CADS (Constant–force Articulated Dynamic Struts) is a spring loaded “bionic” suspension system that attaches to the skier in two places, the back of the ski boot and waist. This system has been proven to decrease leg muscle fatigue, knee strain and lower back strain all the while increasing edging power, snow contact, and control. You can demo a CADS system for free at Vail or visit the website for ordering information. Could this amazing device lead to an onslaught of 70-somethings entering mogul competitions alongside Johnny Mosley?

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