About Mike's Overall Binding

About the MOB

The company, Mike Mosley Productions, LLC, dba Mike's Overall Binding, was launched to develop and market a releasable binding system. The goal is to improve the safe release from water skis and wake boards, ultimately, helping to reduce injuries. The company is lead by Mike Mosley, a national water ski competitor with 40 years of involvement within the sport and the water sports industry.

As the use of hard shell, or boot style bindings, has become more popular for water-skiing and wake boarding, injury has become more of a concern also. We recognize the need for a more reliable mechanical release system. As an early adopter of hard shells and a releasable system, Mike has been skiing with his system for 20 years. The original system was developed by A.R.C. in the early 1990’s based on a popular snow ski boot released mechanism that is still in use today. Over the years, Mike continued to use this system, improve the main parts of the release system, and adapted it to newer style boots. The MOB system is the latest design by Mike, based on this original system, but incorporating a more versatile boot mount system, and a composite material boot plate, which provides better flex characteristics and lower profile.

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  Mike Mosley, Owner & System Designer

Mike Mosley, Owner & System Designer

About Mike Mosley

Mike Mosley Has been involved with the sport of water skiing for 40 years. He has participated as a competitor, official, driver, coach, and organizer. As a competitor, he has finished in the top 10 places at Nationals numerous times in slalom, jump, and overall. Mike has held an open slalom rating and set the Alabama State Men 3 slalom record at one buoy at 41’ off. As a rated senior judge, senior driver and tech controller, he has officiated at over 300 American Water Ski Association competitions. Mike is also a strong supporter of collegiate water skiing.

As a water ski coach, Mike has worked with many regional, national and world competitors. While coaching his own children, he established a strong junior development program in the state of Alabama. He also became involved with disabled water skiing, coaching USA team members at five World Championships.

Because of his success with these programs, Mike was honored by USA Water Ski and the US Olympic Committee as developmental coach of the year for water skiing.

Over the years, Mike has been involved with the water sports industry as well. He worked at several marine dealerships. He has also been involved in different capacities with tournament boat manufacturers and water ski companies.