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Ski Exokelette: Exoskeletons for skiing

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What is a ski exoskeleton and how do they differ?

In this guide you will find an overview of the leading exoskeletons for skiing, as well as exoskeletons for snowboarding. Exoskeletons are used on the slopes to provide more stability while skiing. This reduces injuries and accidents, and users are more resilient. You can compare the solutions on your own or you can leave it to us, where we will advise you and compare all the solutions from all the manufacturers for you.

Ski exoskeletons or exoskeletons for skiing have several positive features that users can take advantage of. By linking the legs to the ski or snowboard, the user gains more control in movements, can stand and exercise longer, feels significant relief, and fatigue greatly decreases. With prolonged use, it can lead to a reduction in the risk of injury, cushions shocks and acts as a shock absorber for the knees. Professional skiers have been using exoskeletons in training for several years. These are now also being seen more and more often by amateur athletes on the slopes. We have tested it ourselves and would recommend at least supporting exoskeletons to any fan of the slopes. 

 

All advantages of exoskeletons in skiing summarized for you:

 

  • More control in motion
  • Practice longer
  • Reduce the risk of injury
  • Supports the weight of the athlete
  • Cushions shocks
  • Increases the control capacity of the boards
  • Allows the entire force to be transferred directly to the device without losing load capacity due to its own weight
  • As the practice time progresses, fatigue increases and control greatly decreases. For this reason, 80 % of falls occur at the end of the day
  • Skiing longer and with less effort
  • Noticeable relief 
  • Shock absorber for the knees
  • Lightweight construction
  • More power

Difference Againer vs Ski Mojo

The differences between Ski Mojo and Againer are not immediately obvious. They differ in price, processing, system of putting on, ankle protection and textile processing. Just leave it to us to choose your individual solution. Contact us.

All exoskeletons for skiing in comparison

Ski mojo silver side

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