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Description

The legend's back for another year.

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.

  • Metal and plastic housing
  • Pivot heelpiece
  • Full Drive toepiece
  • Wide Teflon toe glider
  • 45mm lateral toe travel
  • 28mm vertical heel travel
  • 20mm stand height
  • DIN range from 5-14

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5 5

countless bindings

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i have owned so many pairs of these and live by them, they release when they should and dont when the shouldnt. i have always been a fan of the turntable heel, it seems to give you just that extra little piece of mind. Ive tried other bindings and find myself cranking the DIN much higher than needed with them just to stay in. these i have no fear leaving them at a comfortable number and not have to worry about flying out of them on my next hard turn or landing. only downers on this binding is that there isnt a ton of room for adjustment from boot size to boot size but at the same time it is a saving grace giving you a small foot print on the ski.

Will this binding fit on the 2015 line chronic ski? And do you recommend it? If not what would you recommend, intermediate to advanced skier. Thanks

Responded on

Considering they only have one with a 130mm brake left - no. With the pivots and rossignol FKS it's hard/expensive to get smaller brakes for them because of warranty and liability issues. It's the only downfall to these bindings.

would the 95mm binding work with 96 waist?

Responded on

Absolutely! They can totally bend the brake .5 mm (up to 10 mm if they needed to).

Feel free to hit me up at bporreca@backcountry.com or 801-736-6398.

Will the 95mm brake work with a 100 waist ski (nordica enforcer)? Thanks.

Responded on

no, you want your brake width to be wider then the ski waist, but you also don't want them to be too wide because if they are they will drag in the snow.

I would recommend a ski brake width between 105-115 so you have a little clearance.

5 5

Like Rick Astley

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Never gonna give you up
Never gonna let you down
Never gonna run around and desert you
Never gonna make you cry
Never gonna say goodbye


Until they do and when they do it's completely drama free.

Would the 115s be too wide for Blizzard Cochise that have a 108mm waist? And I guess, is there a better fit for the new Cohchise (e.g. Marker Jester)?

Responded on

It wouldnt be too wide, Ive seen that exact set up actually and it worked fine. The probability of anyone getting the Cochise on such a high edge that they would dock out is very very rare.

You can call or email me directly. 801-736-6398, or bporreca@backcountry.com

5 5

Awesome binding

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Pretty much parrot everyone else's review on these....from my understanding they're about the best you can buy.

Should I get the 95 or the 115 for a ski with 105 waist?

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A friend of mine has a pair of Volkl Mantra (100mm waist) and the 95's work fine. You might be able to flair out the brakes a touch. 115's would be the 'safe bet'.

what brake size would you choose for a kastle mx98?

Responded on

Hey Pat,

Personally I would go with the 95mm brake width and bend the brakes out a few mils to make 'em fit.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Ben

1-800-409-4502 ext. 4767
brabinowitz@backcountry.com

5 5

Perfection

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Mounted these to my Atomic Automatics and absolutely love them. They keep you locked in when you need them to and release when they absolutely have to. Beat em up, ride em hard and they'll keep on performing. I plan on having these for a long time.

Would the 95mm binding work for a 98mm underfoot ski? (2013/14 Volkl Mantra)

Responded on

Hey mar4148906,

You could use the 95mm brakes and bend them out a few mm. That shouldn't be a problem at all.

Ben

1-800-409-4502 ext. 4767
brabinowitz@backcountry.com