SKI LONGER STRONGER safer
The first exoskeleton developed for clever skiers
The secret weapon for ski lovers
SKI LONGER AND STRONGER
The system that installs under the pants and becomes invisible.
This is the secret weapon of lovers of skiing
discover the ski-Mojo
If more than 90% of the people who have tried Ski~Mojo claim to have been “bluffed and enthusiastic” it is because this new equipment increases the performance and pleasure felt by most skiers.
The added endurance and power allows for 100% sport and fun skiing all day long, without feeling too much burning thighs or intense aches and pains in the evening.
The pain in the knees, back and hips is strongly reduced or even disappear in certain cases, allowing all those who thought they were giving up skiing, or who had already given up, to keep on skiing for another 20 years. Powder lovers enjoy even more fantastic days, with maximum efficiency on the skis until the evening. On the piste, the trajectories become even more precise thanks to an increased bite of the skis on hard snow.
3 MINUTES TO UNDERSTAND
HOW IT WORKS
Ski~Mojo is a mechanism based on a powerful adjustable spring that supports around 1/3 of the body weight. By compressing the springs in the bending phase, it restores energy and increases muscle power tenfold during extension.
The suspension effect of the springs reduces shock and reduces pressure on the knees by 40%. It also relieves the hips and back.
Knee flexion requires an additional, imperceptible energy expenditure. This additional hamstring work, estimated at 10%, combined with a 30% reduction in quadriceps contraction should protects the cruciate ligaments.
Ski-Mojo is invisible
when worn under the
Suitable for skiing,
but also snowboarding,
Adopted by more than 3000
users, including 400
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A survey performed in 2019 among 560 users with knee joint pain (survey available here) shows that for more than 90% of them, these pain