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Description

All-mountain, lightweight bindings that are wicked easy to use.

You already have enough weight on your feet, so don't add to it with heavy bindings. Instead, turn to the Look NX 12 Alpine Binding. This all-mountain binding features a 3.5-12 DIN range, a lightweight NX heel, and a reinforced Full Drive toe-piece that delivers maximum power transmission and ease of use.

  • DIN range of 3.5 to 12 for all-mountain skiing
  • Full Drive toe features four points of contact on the boot for maximum power transmission, while its 180-degree multi-directional release capabilities aid release
  • Toe also has high vertical and lateral elastic travel which provides shock absorption and reduces inadvertent release
  • Toe has 45mm of lateral travel
  • NX heel consists of lightweight composite materials which aid in easier turn transitions, making skiing more fun and carrying skis a breeze
  • Heel has an easy step-in design, while a long lever arm makes exiting the binding effortless
  • NX also features 12mm of elastic travel
  • Toe and heel's wide mounting zones supply better contact with wide skis
  • Reinforced housing increases binding integrity
  • Two wide brake options (Medium: 80-90mm; Wide: 90-100mm) accommodate modern to fat skis

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