To our knowledge, The KneeBinding KB12C is the only Carbon Fiber ski binding. Please let me know if you know of another...
Most bindings are made using plastic resins impregnated with glass fibers to makes the plastic stronger and stiffer. KneeBinding also does this. But the KneeBinding KB12C uses material that has been impregnated with a blend of carbon fiber. It costs a lot more, but it is even stronger and stiffer than material made with glass, and does not result in extra weight, the way metal would.
KneeBindings are suitable for any kind of skier. Some skiers appreciate the additional stiffness.
Rossi-Smash - there you go again. You have nothing to prove that this is NOT true. Would you please stop repeating it?
Can you show the finite analysis that shows the KB12C is stiffer than your other bindings? Can you show it is stiffer than say a Marker Jester or Look Pivot?