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Clip in, point your tips, and ski like you mean it.

The Look PX 15 FS WB Alpine Ski Binding locks you in for a solid ride whether you're rallying the park or charging the steeps. With their 15-rated DIN and 100mm-wide brakes, these bindings know how to haul. The PX 15 Binding's titanium construction keeps it light and nimble, while the big springs hold tight through the gnarliest lines—say goodbye to pre-releasing.

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What's the widest brake available for these...

What's the widest brake available for these binders and do you stock them? I need brakes for a 120 ski.

Best Answer Responded on

I am almost certain that you can only get a Look brake in 100mm for these, but bending isn't too hard to do, and most shops can do it for you. These are great bindings too.

Will these bindings work on Line Blends?

Will these bindings work on Line Blends?

Best Answer Responded on

These are a great binding for Line Blends if you are a very very advanced skier, the downside to this binding is that is weighs a bit more than some bindings in the PX line. This is because this binding is really burly and made out of alot of metal, so very advanced skiers require this type of construction. If you haven't broken alot of bindings, or are more of an expert skier as opposed to a very advanced/pro skier, you would probably like the Look PX 14 or the Rossignol SAS 140 ti a little bit better!

5 5

BOMBER

I mounted a pair of these on my Dynastar Pro XXL 194's. They are match mad ein heaven or rather hell!!! They release when you need them to and don't when they shouldn't. Great binding.

4 5

Great for pow skis

i love these bindings, but they are heavy. I had them on my park skis but moved them to my powder skis...perfect fit. I went with the salomon sth14 for my park ski because there a ton lighter.

5 5

Finally a binding to trust

After being hurt by the old marker design too many times (the wide ride stuff looks better) these bindings are great.

They hold on through any punishment I throw at them on my Pontoons and they come off only when then need to. I'll happily buy them for any skis I get in the future.

5 5

Grip like a gorilla

These bindings are super bomber. I mounted the on the K2 obSETHed ski, and they grip like gorillas. They released as prayed for on a gnarly bail, and held awesome on aggressive GS-like turns. Good job Look!

How much of a difference does the lifting...

How much of a difference does the lifting make on these? Would they be just fine to mount and use without the lifters?

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The lifters are only about 5mm so you would not notice them to much if at all, Yes you could mount without them (a lot of people do) just make sure you either get shorter screws or grind down the ones that come with them or else you will have extra breaks under your skis.

Metal toe and/or heel housings?upward toe...

Metal toe and/or heel housings?upward toe release?

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I belive they are metal and i know they don't have the upward toe release they are pretty heavy bindings but industructible.