Developed using medical insights Ski Mojo is a device that uses spring recoil technology to take up to a third of the strain off the legs and knees by providing kinetic energy to assist leg extension. Ski Mojo supplements the power of the leg muscles, this in turn reduces impact, substantially delays muscle fatigue and alleviates leg and knee pain.
Since its launch in 2007 the Ski Mojo has been developed and honed into the latest version. The Ski Mojo works like an exoskeleton for the legs consisting of a lightweight comfortable harness with neoprene knee supports containing powerful springs.
Ski Mojo enables the wearer to ski for longer and avoid the leg pain and fatigue they would otherwise experience.
Martin Hannaford, Managing Director of Ski Mojo, said:
The Ski Mojo is like fuel injection for your skiing. The Ski Mojo is British designed, British engineered and British made and it is loved the world over by those who want to enhance their technique, extend their ski day, reduce impact and eradicate pain. The product is unique and its benefits are life altering.
Independent Product Review
Robert Stewart, Freelance ski writer and editor of Snow Enthusiast Magazine, BASI Level 3 Ski Instructor/ ISIA tested and reviewed the Ski Mojo in June 2014:
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Report From The University of Padova
The University of Padova, Italy undertook a series of tests to evaluate the Ski Mojo: Evaluation of muscular EMG activity variations wearing Ski Mojo on a skiing treadmill.
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Statement from Dr M H Binet
World renowned ski physician who is a Board Member of ISSS (International Society for skiing Safety) and Secretary-Treasurer of SITMESH (The International Society for Skiing Traumatology and Winter Sports Medicine) provided a statement.