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QuickStance®
No Boundary Bindings mount to any Snowboard to let you Ride Free with 360° Rotating Capability. Change your Stance to Carve Harder and Turn Tighter!

Snowboarding
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Four to eight percent of snowboarding injuries take place while the person is waiting in ski-lift lines or entering and exiting ski lifts. Snowboarders push themselves forward with a free foot while in the ski-lift line, leaving the other foot (usually that of the lead leg) locked on the board at a 9–27 degree angle, placing a large torque force on this leg and predisposing the person to knee injury if a fall occurs.[25][26] Snowboard binding rotating devices are designed to minimize the torque force, Quick Stance[27] being the first developed in 1995.[28] They allow snowboarders to turn the locked foot straight into the direction of the tip of the snowboard without removing the boot from the boot binding.

Snowboard binding rotating device
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Snowboard binding rotating devices are designed to minimize the torque force that occurs when a snowboarder has one foot out of the binding and one locked on the board. The rotating device allows the snowboarder to turn the locked foot straight into the direction of the tip of the snowboard without removing his boot from the boot binding. Like this he can push himself forward like a skateboarder.