Look Pivot 14 Dual Binding

Look Pivot 14 Dual Binding
Look Pivot 14 Dual Binding
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Pivot 14 Dual Binding by Look
The Look Pivot series is famous enough that it's entered into one-name celebrity territory--"Pivots, bro' Siiiiiiick!"--but the Pivot 14 Dual Binding is switching things up a little. Before you get your undies all in a bundle, understand that its essential character is unchanged. There's still the bombproof Full Drive toe, which offers 180 degrees of lateral release, and the turntable heel that pivots--see what they did there'--under your leg for knee-saving release and bomber retention. Likewise, the 27mm of vertical heel elasticity and 5mm of lateral toe elasticity are unchanged, so you can set your DIN at a reasonable level without walking out of your clamps when you shouldn't or breaking your leg when you should've released. What's different about the Pivot Dual, then' Look has designed it to be WTR compatible, so you can finally use it with the rockered boot soles that you love so much. Just give the adjustment screw a few twists with a screwdriver, and the Dual will accommodate WTR boots without any difference in retention or release, saving you from buying a whole new pair. Sound good' That's because it is.

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