"Technically, a skwal is a single waisted wide ski with close bindings mounted in-line with no angles. Skwal technique and style would mirror ski and water-monoski…
Interpreting its inventor Patrick Thias Balmain, skwal is one foot in front of the other facing the chosen direction, carving on the edges.
It’s the demand for the most spectacular carving, crushed to the ground, where the movements are minimized…
The key factor is the management of the centre of gravity with all forces unleashed throughout the turns…
The feeling is to ride a street bike…" (Obi One)
The skwal is a demanding sport which subjects the person and equipment to the stresses which can be as varied and unpredictable.
Therefore the use of this product could result in competitive activity during the generation of strains and injuries to joints and all body parts.
The bindings will not release and are considered integral: ski-boot-bindings.
Tripping and blocking can not be guaranteed in all circumstances and situation in the conduct of competitive-sport.
This bindings can not guarantee the safety of the skier in the practice of skwal because it is impossible to predict the risk in all its variables in behavior or not release the bindings
The end user bindings assumes full responsibility for using our equipment during his competitive sporting activities.
These bindings are exclusively designed for use in competitions skwal under full responsibility of the athlete user.
The factory reserves the right to make different products at any time and without notice any changes it thinks necessary to improve them or any need for manufacturing or commercial nature.
All photographs and illustrations are not contractual.
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These bindings should be repaired and main-tained only by an authorized dealer.
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