The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the importers have announced a voluntary recall of Marker and Kastle Twin Cam 12.0 ski bindings.
Steel springs in the heel pieces of the bindings could break, posing a fall hazard to consumers, according to a written statement from the commissioner.
No injuries have been reported.
The recalled models:
- Marker 12.0 TC Comp EPS/white and red
- Marker 12.0 Free with 90mm or 110mm ski brake/black
- Marker rMotion 12.0 D/white and red
- Kästle K12 KTI
- Kästle K12 CTI with 90mm or 110mm ski brake
The bindings sold for between $280 and $340.
They were made in the Czech Republic
Consumers are urged to immediately stop using the bindings and return Marker bindings to a Marker-authorized retailer or return Kastle bindings to a Kastle-authorized retailer for a free replacement heel binding.