A system for harvesting electrical energy during ski touring

Energy storage systems of electronic components have short lifetimes especially in winter which can be safety-relevant for longer outdoor activities . The present invention includes a means for energy production during nordic skiing activities. The mechanical energy of the pivoting foot movement is transformed into electric energy that can be used for the continual recharging of the energy reservoir.

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