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1. (WO2018222045) SKI BINDING ATTACHMENT
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PATENT CLAIMS

1. A ski binding attachment (3) comprising :

- an attachment plate (60) designed to be mounted on a ski :

- an exchangeable fastening element (30) designed to be detachably mounted on a forward part of the attachment plate (60), where

the attachment plate (60) and fastening element (30) comprise respectively one or more first locking elements (301a, 302a) and one or more second locking elements (311a, 312a), the first locking elements (301a, 302a) and the second locking elements (311a, 312a) engaging with each other and locking the fastening element (30) in the longitudinal and lateral direction of the attachment plate (60) when the fastening element (30) is arranged from above and down onto the attachment plate (60).

2. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 1, where the first locking elements (301a, 302a) are projecting elements that extend out from respectively the fastening element (30) and the second locking elements (311a, 312a) are opposing constrictions or apertures in the attachment plate (60).

3. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 1 or 2, comprising :

- a vertical lock (40) designed to lock the first and the second locking elements (301a, 302a, 311a, 3112a) to each other in the vertical direction.

4. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 3, where the vertical lock (40) comprises at least one pin (41a) designed to be mounted in the longitudinal direction of the mounting plate (6).

5. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 4, where the attachment plate (60) has a longitudinal upward directed first edge (6a) on one side, where

- the first edge (6a) has varying width such that a second area (a) of the first edge (6a) forms the second locking element (311a), the edge (6a) comprising at least one first area (d) adjacent to the second area (a), where the first area (d) is wider than the second area (a), and where the first area (d) has a longitudinal channel (309a) designed to receive the vertical lock (40).

6. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 5, where the second area (a) and the first locking element (301a) both comprise adjacent longitudinal grooves (322a, 302a) in their side walls designed to form, together, an extension of the longitudinal channel (309a) when the fastening element (30) is arranged on the attachment plate (60).

7. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 6, where the fastening element (30) comprises two or more first locking elements (301a, 301b) arranged one after another in the longitudinal direction.

8. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 7, where the edge (6a) comprises at least one third area (b) adjacent to the second area (a), the third area (b) being wider than the second area (a), and where the longitudinal channel (309a) continues into the third area (b).

9. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 8, where the edge (6a) comprises at least one fourth area (c) arranged directly after the third area (b) in the longitudinal direction, where the two first locking elements (301a, 302a) are designed to fit into respectively the second and the fourth area (a, c), such that the longitudinal channel (309a) extends from the first area (d) into the fourth area (c) and where the channel alternates between being a longitudinal hole in the first edge (6a) of the mounting plate and a channel formed by longitudinal grooves (322a, 302a, 323a, 303a) in the side walls of the two first locking elements (301a, 302a) when the fastening element (30) is arranged on the attachment plate (60).

10. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 9, where the edge (6a) comprises at least one fifth area (e) arranged directly after the fourth area (c) in the longitudinal direction, where the fifth area (e) is wider than the fourth area (c), and where the longitudinal channel (309a) continues into the fifth area (c).

11. The ski binding attachment (3), according to any one of claims 5 to 10, where the longitudinal channel (309a) and the pin (41a) have a rectangular cross-section.

12. The ski binding attachment (3), according to any one of claims 4 to 11, comprising a lock (44a, 45a) designed to lock the pin (41a) in the longitudinal direction when the vertical lock (40) locks the fastening element (30) in the vertical direction.

13. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 12, where the vertical lock (40) comprises:

- a mounting bracket (43) that holds the two pins (41a, 41b), and where the vertical lock (40) is designed to be locked and opened relative to the attachment plate (60) and the fastening element (30) by application of a longitudinal force on the mounting bracket (43) in respectively first and second opposite longitudinal directions.

14. The ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 13, where the vertical lock (40) has a spring force in the lateral direction such that the juts (45a, 45b) are pressed into the notches (44a, 44b) by the spring force when the vertical lock (40) is in a locking position and out of the notches (44a, 44b) when the vertical lock (40) is not on the locking position.

15. The ski binding attachment (3), according to any one of the claims above, comprising :

- a rod or rail (5) with two or more sliding elements (51a, 51b,...), where the rod is disposed, at least partly, between the fastening element (30) and the attachment plate (6), where the fastening element (30) is designed to lock the rail (5) in the longitudinal direction.

16. A ski binding attachment (3), according to claim 15, comprising :

- a rotatable element (32), rotatably fastened to the fastening element (30); and

- a first and a second rotating pin (321, 322) arranged to rotate with the rotatable element (32), and cooperate with the sliding elements (51a, 51b,...),

-wherein the rotatable element (32) is designed to be rotated at least one revolution and move the rod (5) in the same longitudinal direction throughout the revolution, where the sliding elements (51a, 51b,...) are arranged one after another, where the first and the second rotating pin (321, 322) are designed to alternately push the sliding elements (51a, 51b,...), and thus the rod (5), in the same longitudinal direction when the rotatable element (32) is rotated.

17. The ski binding attachment (3) according to any one of the claims above, where the attachment plate (60) is an integral part of the mounting plate (6) designed to be attached to a ski and further designed to hold the ski binding fastened in the vertical and lateral direction.

18. The ski binding attachment (3) according to any one of claims 1-16 above, where the attachment plate (60) is designed to be separate from a mounting plate (6) designed to be attached a ski and to hold the ski binding fastened in the vertical and lateral direction.