Look Pivot 12 GW Ski Binding

Look Pivot 12 GW Ski Binding
Look Pivot 12 GW Ski Binding
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Pivot 12 GW Ski Binding by Look
The Pivot 12 is the lightest and most forgiving binding in the Pivot line which makes it the ideal binding for young riders starting to realize what is possible on a ski hill. The solid construction and reliable release on this binding provide peace of mind, while the minimal footprint drives power to your edges and maintains the ideal flex from your skis.

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SKU: LKK000I
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