Spring skeleton takes strain off skiers’ knees

Skiers complaining about painful knees after a long day on the slopes are increasingly a thing of the past.

Around 500 ski instructors have enjoyed the support of “exoskeleton knees” this season, said Gabriel Castelain, who is the French distributor of British Ski-Mojo knees.

“Think of it like riding an electric bicycle,” he said, speaking to Connexion – ...

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