Look Pivot 18 Ski Binding

Look Pivot 18 Ski Binding
Look Pivot 18 Ski Binding
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Pivot 18 Ski Binding by Look
Getting the first chair on a powder day is like catching a unicorn, but you did it, and now you have the honor of laying down the first line in a big, beautiful bowl filled with the softest snow of the season; the last thing you want is your ski to fall off on the first turn, so keep it strapped to your boot with Look's solid Pivot 18 Ski Binding. With an 8-18 DIN setting, the Pivot is as burly (or as soft) as bindings come.Look made the Pivot completely out of metal, with plenty of innovations to keep this clamp solid season after season. The full action toe piece works with the turntable heel to provide 28mm of elastic travel and deliver shock absorption. More specifically, that means this binding strengthens boot-to-binding coupling by 14% and provides a more efficient power transmission, enhanced steering, and control by 10%, There are seven points of contact, as opposed to the standard five, to drive more power to the ski. A short mounting zone makes this binding easy to install, and it reduces swing weight, improves response, and deepens your ski's flex.

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SKU: DYN004H
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