Look SPX 12 Dual Binding

Look SPX 12 Dual Binding
Look SPX 12 Dual Binding
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SPX 12 Dual Binding by Look
That's enough rental setups for you. You are tired of waiting in line for skis and boots every morning, it is time for your own setup. No matter what boots and skis you end up with, the Look SPX 12 Dual Bindings are for you. The SPX 12 does a great job of mixing high performance ski control with reliable and forgiving release characteristics. An oversized heel pivot provides a strong boot-to-ski interface and efficient transition of power from your legs to the edge of the ski. This transition of power allows you to effectively edge on firm snow and control your skis at high speed. At the same time the 3. 5-12 DIN value provides reliable release for a wide range of skiing abilities and skier sizes. This means there is plenty of room for you to grow as a skier and that you will be able to use these same bindings from your first setup until you are an established local who carves up all of the groomers and fresh snow you can find.

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SKU: DYN006R
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