|Rick Albert White, Founder|
|Products||Snowboard equipment, apparel, accessories|
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In 2002 Rick A. White invented a snowboard binding rotating device to minimize the torque force that occurs when a snowboarder has one foot out of the binding and one locked on the board. The rotating device allows the snowboarder to turn the locked foot straight into the direction of the tip of the snowboard without removing his boot from the boot binding. In 2004 the invention was first introduced on the SIA fare. In 2007 the rotating mechanism was implemented into a snowboard strap-in binding.
In order to attract rider interest, Swivler sponsors riders and events.
Rotatable binding conversion apparatus (US Patent 6,575,489 B1)
- Nowtash, Nuñez, Hill, Welker (2009) Design of a Snowboard Binding; p.10
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