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French brothers launch Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for 'Quicksett' snowboard binding innovation

If you snowboard you'll know and probably accept some of the difficulties of getting around resort, especially if you snowboard with skiers, who can glide along flats while you unceremoniously unstrap from your bindings and contort yourself into uncomfortable positions to skate yourself to steeper slopes, only to then join your skier friends on the lift and practically have to dislocate your hip to sit on the chair.

French brothers Remi and Sylvian thought this was a problem that could be solved and it looks like they've come up with a simple solution with their binding baseplate replacement, which allows you to swivel your feet at the touch of a wrist mounted button.

Single baseplate Quicksetts are currently available for an early bird price of £62 and the duo are nearly €8000 towards their €25,000 target with 39 days to go.

See the video below for a full demonstration and head on over to the Indiegogo page to help get the product launched to market.