Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 - Ski Mojo Australia

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - 30th MAY 2018:  Snow skiers in Australia will be able to ski for longer this season with Ski~Mojo.

Ski~Mojo is a lightweight exoskeleton that uses shock absorbing springs to take up to a third of the strain off the legs and knees.  Using the skier’s own kinetic energy, Ski~Mojo supplements the power of the leg muscles, this in turn reduces impact, substantially delays muscle fatigue and alleviates leg and knee pain.

 “The Ski~Mojo is like fuel injection for your skiing. 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,” said Martin Hannaford, Managing Director of Ski~Mojo.

Worn under ski pants, a few minutes fitting the Ski~Mojo at the start of the day enables hours of additional enjoyment on the mountain.  The system is attached to ski boots (the clips easily fit both owned or hired boots) using telescopic rods, which can be adjusted to fit any leg length.  

Ski~Mojo is now available in Australia online & in store at specialist ski retailers.  Skiers will also have the opportunity to demo Ski~Mojo at major Australian resorts this season by registering online at www.skimojoasia.com.

 

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Ski~Mojo is a lightweight exoskeleton that uses shock absorbing springs to take up to a third of the strain off the legs and knees.  Using the skier’s own kinetic energy, Ski~Mojo supplements the power of the leg muscles, this in turn reduces impact, substantially delays muscle fatigue and alleviates leg and knee pain.

Invented & developed in the UK almost 10 years ago, Ski~Mojo is used by thousands of skiers across Europe and is now available in Australia for the 2018 season  - online at www.skimojoasia.com & in store at specialist ski retailers.


Tim O'Sullivan
P: +61 (0) 2 8317 3216
W: www.skimojoasia.com

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