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Look Pivot 14 Ski Binding

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    11 Reviews


    Look, a legend!

    For years, the Look Pivot bindings have been the clamps of choice for skiers who like to push the limits in serious terrain, and the Pivot 14, while lighter and slightly less rugged than the 18 DIN version, is still one of the burliest, most reliable, and most powerful bindings out there. While the 18 is entirely metal, the Pivot 14 uses some tough-as-nails polymer in the heel and toe to cut down the weight while hardly compromising power or durability, and employs the same world-famous Pivot heelpiece for power transmission and consistent release. The heel boasts 28mm of vertical travel to prevent unwanted release which, combined with the 45mm lateral travel of the Full Drive toepiece, lets you set your DIN lower without compromising retention power, so your skis will stay on through heavy impacts and strong torque but still release before your knee ligaments do. With a DIN that goes to 14, the Pivot is strong enough for all but the burliest skiers and has enough brake widths for most skis, making it the ideal choice for big park hits, serious lines, and high-speed pow shredding.

    • 5-14 DIN
    • Turntable heel
    • Full Drive toe
    • 180-degree multi-directional release
    • 27mm vertical heel elasticity
    • 45mm lateral toe elasticity
    • Short mounting zone
    • Item #DYN003K

    Tech Specs

    metal, plastic
    5 - 14
    Brake Width
    95 mm, 115 mm, 130 mm
    Boot Compatibility
    Safety Features
    180-degree multi-directional release
    Stand Height
    20 mm
    Claimed Weight
    2 lb 6 oz
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Favorite Bindings

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Been skiing the pivot 10+ yrs - currently on Volkl (metal) Katanas. Never released when not needed. That's my top binding priority. Previous bindings have been Atomic, Salomon, Marker, and non-pivot Looks.

    Favorite Bindings

    Why have anything else?

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Pivot 14s. Put these on my bump skis.
    57 hard ski days. Beat the hell outta them.

    Got some new Supernatural 108 LINE skis. Moved these over.
    52 hard ski days. Beat the hell outta them.

    So two years later, I would say, my skiing is like my sex, poor, sloppy and fast. Oh and it usually involves a somersault or a face plant. These things have popped me loose every single time. Won't ski anything else. EVAR.

    Would give them 5 stars if I had something other reference points. Demo skis had various bindings, none were particularly impressive, however those are demo bindings too.

    Love 'em

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These bindings are great, i now currently have them on all of my skis except for my touring skis. They take a couple times getting into to get used to but overall an amazing binding, will definitely purchase another pair

    Best Bindings.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've been riding Pivot's and FKS bindings for nearly a decade. The durability, responsiveness, and performance are second to none. Since I started using them I have never broken a pair. The low profile of the binding puts you closer/lower on the ski than any other binding that I have ever used, which allows for greater feel and responsiveness. The pivoting heel allows for a safer, more reliable release when all hell breaks loose. Pivots are very light which is a feature that should always be sought after when looking into bindings. There is a reason the majority of top freestyle and freeride athletes ride these bindings. You simply can't go wrong.

    keeps ya safe, keeps it fun

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Do you hate having to hold back out of fear that your bindings won't release properly and your ski season along with the $$ you spent on your pass is down the drain? Fear no more- the folks over at Look know what they are doing with these bindings and I have never felt more confident while skiing because I can rely on the bindings releasing properly when it counts with the pivoting heel.

    Additionally, the high DIN allows you to push your ski as hard as you want, and really allows for great power transmission. I picked up the 95 mm for my Black Crows Navis skis that are 102 underfoot and they work perfect. Only complaint is that the pivoting heel as to be realigned most times before you pop back in.... just another reason to not stop skiing.

    Would the 115s be bendable to fit a 117 underfoot ski?


    I am looking to get bindings for the women's 2015 Rossi Savory 7's. They are 106 mm underfoot. What size binding do you suggest? I'm interested in the Look Pivot 14's, but if you have any other suggestions, that would be great! Thanks!

    For a 120mm waisted ski, should I go with the 115mm or 130mm brake?