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One tough, versatile binding.

Step up your game with the Look Pivot 14 Ski Binding. Thanks to its broad DIN range, the Pivot hangs in for the ride instead of prematurely copping out and sending you flying head over heels over a cliff.

  • DIN ranges up to 14 for big-mountain, freeride, and bump skiing
  • Pivot 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
  • 72mm AFD (anti-friction device) reduces friction during release and has a wide screw pattern for better contact with wide skis
  • Toe has 40mm of lateral travel
  • Pivot heel provides less pre-release and enables you to set the bindings at lower release values due to 25mm of elastic travel, three points of contact that firmly hold the boot heel, and a heel piece that rotates with the boot directly under the tibia
  • Heel's wide mounting zone offers deeper, rounder, more consistent ski flexing, turning, floating, and smearing
  • All-metal reinforced housing increases binding integrity
  • Three wide brake options (Wide: 95mm; XXL: 115mm; B130: 130mm) accommodate modern to fat skis

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I have some Nordica Soul Riders which are...

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I have some Nordica Soul Riders which are 97 mm under the boot. I have been looking at the 95mm version these and the 110 mm Marker Griffons. Any suggestions on which to go with and does anyone think I can get the 95mm Look on the skis or should I go up to the 115mm?

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Either the Pivot with the 95mm brake or the Griffon 110 will work just fine.

5 5

Great binding

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I recently bought the Pivot 14 XXL and mounted them on my Kastle MX 108's, AWESOME bindings, made the Tahoe winter of 13-14, the best spring skiing season! Thanks Emily J. :)

How much lift do these bindings have?...

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How much lift do these bindings have? Griffons sit at 22mm, new Salomon STH wtr 13 say 18mm, and I think I found these sit at 20mm?? What about the differences in ramp angle between the three? And the brake sizes aren't interchangeable correct?
Been thinking about trying some instead of my long standing favorite Griffons the next time a buy a binding. I owned a pair of the turntable heels many many years but just went away from them.

Thanks to all!

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Yo Skifreak,
Great question! The stand height on the FKS or Pivot is 20mm. The STH WTR 13 has 18mm or technically 18.3mm of stand height while the Griffons have a stand height of 22mm. To my knowledge the Pivot has a half degree ramp angle while the newer STH 13 and the Griffons both have a neutral or flat ramp angle. For riding switch the lower the ramp angle the better. As for now the brakes on the Pivot are not interchangeable which means they will fit most skis that are within about 5-7mm above or below the stated brake width. The Griffon and STH 13 both have interchangeable brakes which makes them easy to move from a narrow to wide ski. All three bindings are killer options for a freeride or park binding. The Griffon and STH 13 both have a wider mounting platform making the power transmission slightly better on those platforms. I still choose the FKS or Pivot as my binding of choice for most of my new skis mainly because I have never had any Pivot bindings fail on me or pre-release.

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Thanks Dan Be, I was pretty sure on my data but not exactly sure. I have always chosen Griffon because of the extra leverage and power transmission given to my skis, especially the wide skis. The extra release options provided by the pivot systems for my knees is awesome and the additional colors it brings to pair with some other skis.

I primarily use a free ride AT boot (Dynafit...

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I primarily use a free ride AT boot (Dynafit Vulcan) as my resort boot, and am looking to mount an Alpine binding to a pair of Volkll Mantra's. Given the higher toe on the AT boot (due to rubber sole etc), I'm wondering whether it'll be compatible with the Pivots. Any suggestions for alternative bindings - I think Marker Griffon have toe height adjustment, but not certain.
Thanks

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The Pivot will not work with the Vulcan. That boot is only compatible with tech bindings due to the shorter toe and heel lugs. This is what is stopping that boot from working with bindings that do have a toe height adjustment.

after the binding is mounted, is it possible...

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after the binding is mounted, is it possible to adjust boot sole lengths for different size boots? Mostly in 2-3 different sizes max

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No! You have very limited adjustment with the Rossi or Look turntable heels. With most other bindings you can usually count on being able to go up or down one shell size and still get in but not these. If my thinking is correct there should be around 5mm of adjustment with 1cm being the maximum. Anybody else out there know for sure?

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Follow up to my comments above. I just came from my local shop and one of the guys has a pair of these bindings, according to him there is more adjustment than people think, it's just not very simple. Him and his dad swap the ski back and forth with around 14mm difference in sole lengths. Personally I would really still only count on 10mm being the max to be on the safe side.

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Thank you! That's the problem hit me now. would you please give some descriptions on how to adjust it?

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JiangYu, giving binding adjustment advice other than from a local ski shop is a touchy subject on forums. My recommendation is to take the ski into a shop in the morning and have them go over it with you. Or if going to the hill run into the rental or demo shop and someone hopefully will help you.

New schooler's forums has a thread on the Look pivot 14 adjustment. Some gray area exists so again I'm recommending letting a shop show you how it's done.

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Didn't expect a so quick response, thanks for your kindness.
Gonna find a pro to handle this like you said. :)

I am considering putting these on a new...

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I am considering putting these on a new pair of Nordica Hell & Back (waist 98mm). Should I go with the Wide or XXL?
SLB

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In my opinion the 95mm should work just fine, maybe a minor little bend to the binding will cover it. See what other people say because I don't have a lot of experience with Rossi and Look bindings. Yet.

I've skied all my life on looks, and i'd...

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I've skied all my life on looks, and i'd like to put some on my k2 rictors, which are 80mm underfoot. I've read from numerous places that there's no problem with wider brakes up to 15mm, but i was wondering if anyone has actually experienced this or could recommend this.
thank you.

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Depends how much they really tuck up into the binding. That does start to push the limits of where I would want them on a narrower ski. Only reason is that if you are a very aggressive carver with high angulation the brake could end up digging into the snow and releasing the carve for a second. But this is pretty extreme and only if you are very aggressive. Even if you got a marker griffon 90mm that's only 5mm difference from the Look.

How do these compare to the Rossignol FKS...

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How do these compare to the Rossignol FKS 140 (are they the same binding)? Would you put these on a pair of Rossignol Soul 7's @ 188 length? (I'm an intermediate skier that doesn't like speed anymore in my old age; mostly ski on-piste; 5'10" 175lbs)

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Its the same thing just one says Rossi and the other says Look. You can honestly choose whatever binding you want as long as they get the brake width right when you buy them. Marker Griffon and Salomon STH 2 WTR13 are just a couple other good options.

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Thanks! I ended up buying some Rossi FKS (same thing as these Look Pivot 14's) and they are AWESOME! I love the setup! I highly recommend these bindings - I feel so much more comfortable on my skis!

I have Sick Day 95s. What size will work...

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I have Sick Day 95s. What size will work for me?

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With 95 mm brake you are going to want to go with the wides.

I have two days on these bindings and the...

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I have two days on these bindings and the piece of black plastic shaped like a semi circle on the heel section broke off. Is this piece functional? Should I epoxy it back on or would this be covered under warranty?

I have two days on these bindings and the...
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I've been skiing on them like this for another six days and they seem to be performing fine, but I would still like to know for sure.

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Hey Veetow, definitely a good idea to have these bindings checked out by a local shop. Your knees aren't worth risking!

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Thanks, Lexi. I've now got about 20 days on them like this and they've continued to function fine. Of course you're right, though. I should certainly get them checked out.

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I'm sure it's probably under warranty. You should check with Look or Rossignol. Let us know what happens.

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Awesome binding!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I grew up racing on the old Rossignol pivot bindings and decided to go back to this design and have been so happy with these so far! I've replaced some old demo bindings on my skis with these and have absolutely no regrets. They felt bomber right out of the box and I feel super secure in them while skiing.
These bindings also have a low ramp angle, which I think is really important when selecting bindings. I also really trust the design of the heel piece when it comes to protecting my knees (one of which I injured last year) and it's one of the main reasons I decided to go back to this design.

Get them!! Or the Pivot 18s if you need a din beyond 12 or 13...

5 5

Mean green machine

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Got this binding for my park setup this season based on the generally awesome reviews. I have personally never used bindings with the turntable-style heel before, but I've had durability and quality problems with the last few sets of fixed heel-piece bindings I've used and am excited to try out something new. These bindings felt solid in hand out of the box (metal, not plastic), and have felt solid so far during a few early season groomer/mini-park days. Zero complaints so far!

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John, how have these bindings held up thus far? What bindings do you use for your pow set up?

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They are holding up great after a number of park days this season and have only released when I would have wanted them to anyway! I have been rocking an older pair of Salomon S914's on my veteran pow boards for several years now with no problems, but plan on switching to this binding for my next setup.

5 5

The single best binding on the market

Could you ride other bindings? Sure. Should you ride other bindings? Nope. If you're looking for a bombproof binding that's been tested time and time again, the Pivot is the binding you want. It's actually an old design, that was brought back from retirement due to popular demand. This binding is not only great because of it's durability, but also because it has unique release options that have been known to spare knees. I'm a small guy, about 5'4" and 130lb, so I ride my DIN around 11, which is why I have the Pivot 14. If you plan to use these bindings at 13 or 14, it would be worth going up to the Pivot 18. Otherwise, these are the best bindings the market has to offer.

On Line Opus (118mm), can I put the xxl,...

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On Line Opus (118mm), can I put the xxl, or do I need to put the 130?

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You can use the XXL brake (115mm) and bend the brakes out slightly to fit the waist of your ski.

5 5

Bomber

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These bindings are great. They are easy to get in/out of, look sick and are safer than other options. Recommend these to any big mountain skier on the lighter side.

5 5

dalbello kr2 core - on narrow skis

currently riding atomic etl 123, also purchasing the spruce sherpas when they release in december. i know the kr2 core will just destroy everything on the sherpas (ca 11cm waist), but how will they perform on my etls (7.5sm waist) i currently ride my etls with dalbello spark 7, and the are ok, but i feel i need MORE. should i buy new boots for my etls is my question. or is the kr2 core the shitz, also on narrow skis? please help, winter is comming, i must be ready!!

Looking at some of these reviews people...

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Looking at some of these reviews people are saying the binding are not adjustable if you get end up with a different boot sole length. We're talking adjustments once the bindings are mounted right? This isn't a mount once and that's it deal is it?

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Yes. Once it's mounted you cannot adjust it, unless you remount them to the new sole length.

my skis are 94mm underfoot. what siza...

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my skis are 94mm underfoot. what siza brakes do i need? will the wide (95mm) be wide enough?

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The 95mm brake (wide option from the drop down menu) will be a perfect fit for you skis.

How are these compared the PX 12? I am a...

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How are these compared the PX 12? I am a Intermediate Advanced skier, 6'4" 190.

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Hey Luke,
Assuming you are asking about the Look px 12 bindings, these are the better binding, for sure. The Pivot heel in these bindings provides less pre-release than the other bindings, and obviously has a slightly higher DIN range than the px12.
I am 6'3, 195 and love these bindings.

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