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Class Information
Number: 280/621
Name: Land vehicles > Skates > Shoe attaching means > Ski fasteners > Heel cable and/or ankle strap type > Cable tightening mechanism mounted on ski
Description: Devices wherein the ski has mounted thereon, means to tighten the cable or strap-like element against the heel or ankle of the boot.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8167331 Spring cartridge for ski binding May. 1, 2012
7487992 Snowboarding binding Feb. 10, 2009
7384057 Apparatus for tensioning a ski-touring binding Jun. 10, 2008
7246811 Snowboard binding engagement mechanism Jul. 24, 2007
7246812 Cross-country ski binding Jul. 24, 2007
7207592 Binding for a sports boot on a gliding board Apr. 24, 2007
6234514 Ski harness heel bail assembly having enclosed springs and rigid tension members May. 22, 2001
6065770 Snowboard binding May. 23, 2000
6003893 Snowboard binding Dec. 21, 1999
5893576 Cross-country ski binding with replaceable side cable length adjustor Apr. 13, 1999
5199915 Footpiece for a ski Apr. 6, 1993
5009441 Ski board binding Apr. 23, 1991
4291894 Electrical ski boot release Sep. 29, 1981
3975035 Ski bindings Aug. 17, 1976
3945658 Ski binding Mar. 23, 1976

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