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Rossignol FKS 120 Ski Binding

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An accessible shred masterpiece.

Remember when your favorite band released an acoustic album and you thought "Ehhhh..." but it actually turned out to be awesome? Think of the the brand-spanking-new Rossignol FKS 120 Binding as Rossi's unplugged masterpiece—a little less rugged and hard-charging than the original, but still a top-shelf addition to the catalog. The FKS 120 still has the turntable heel and unparalleled travel, which help prevent prerelease and injury, but is designed for lighter or more conservative riders than the burlier 140 and 180. With 95mm and 115mm brakes, they'll fit pretty much whatever boards you have, letting you shred everything from groomers to trees to pow to steeps like a legend.

  • DIN range 4-12
  • FKS turntable heelpiece
  • Dual Action III toepiece
  • 45mm of lateral travel in the toe
  • 28mm of vertical travel in the heel
  • 4.75lb per pair
  • Item #ROS000C

Tech Specs

4 - 12
Brake Width
95 mm, 115 mm
Claimed Weight
[pair] 4 lb 12 oz
Recommended Use
alpine skiing, freeriding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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One Binding To Rule Them All

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

FKS/Pivots have been around for a long time but there is a reason you see many skiers using them over the years. THEY WORK. I've had 3 pairs over about 10 years and all of them still work. I used 120's when I was a bit younger and lighter and now have made the move to the 140's. The pivoting heel provides a safer lateral release than other bindings. The low profile of the FKS allows you to sit lower and more directly on the ski to help provide a more responsive experience with better feel of what is going on below you. The absolute best part has to be the durability that they provide over time. From a beginner to a professional, FKS/Pivots are the way to go. With the din only spanning to 12, I would recommend a smaller and less aggressive rider for the 120's. Feel free to checkout the video below on what these bindings can do for you. If you have any other questions feel free to contact me with extension 4587!

Best binding technology out

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is the only binding I ride. Park, pow, or just a leisure groomer lap this is the binding you want to be on. The heel release has saved my knees countless times. If you are willing to spend the extra money, I recommend the FKS 180. The 120 has a plastic plate on the bottom and the 180 has a metal one.

A binding

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

As everyone has said, these are awesome! They are some of the most bomber bindings on the market and ones you wont have to second guess. While not my go to, that would be the FKS Duel 140, the 120 is just a capable of bindings that I use when riding my early/late season set ups and those times of year have a ton of sharks and other random terrain to snag... better have a bindings that wont go skiwampus on ya!

Best. Binding. Ever.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This really is the best binding ever and I recommend it to all my friends and family. They are great especially if you are riding in the park because of the heel release. The heel release have saved my knees. These are durable as well, I have some on my older skis from a few seasons ago and they still work great.

"Favorite binding of all time!"

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

Bombproof, reliable, you can't ask for much more. Standing at the top of a technical line, the last thing you want to think of is "I hope I don't pop out of my bindings...". That thought won't cross your mind when you're in these. Can't beat the turntable heel which helps prevent prerelease and injuries. Highly recommended!

FKS for the win

    After having multiple friends suggest these bindings, I made the jump and boy am I stoked. They definitely take a little getting used to with the flex and swivelling heelpiece, but the performance is undeniable. To say the least, there's definitely something to be said about trusting your gear. I purchased the 120s as I'm a lighter skier, coming in at whopping 5'3" 110lbs with my DIN set at 5. I ended up buying the 115mm and set them on my 101 Icelantic Maiden Skis. I was a little apprehensive about the brake width being excessive, but it's nothing to call home about.

    Great Bindings for Intermediate Skier

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

    My goal this Christmas was to outfit my parents with ski gear, and got these for my father. My father is 5 foot 8, 140 so a lighter skier. He does well but definitely not aggressive. We got these for his All mountain skis here in Utah (88 underfoot) and he has loved them so far. Easy to step in and out of, lets the ski flex naturally. He is pretty excited about them and their performance thus far!

    Awesome Bindings!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've been using FKS bindings for 15 years. I recently purchased these for my wife for a new pair of skis. Same Great quality as the higher DIN options. If you are a lighter person looking for a great binding this is it.

    This is my second pair

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I purchased one pair for my wife last year and she loved them and so I am getting them for my new kit this year. They are easy to step into and break free when they need to and not in a random fashion.

    FKS are some of the best!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Great feel in terms of both how it rides and the short mount points really let the ski flex naturally. A little fiddly to spin the heel and get in if the ski isn't flat, but that's my only complaint. There's only a couple drawbacks buyers should be aware of:

    -limited BSL adjustment compared to other Alpine binders. I'll let someone here at Backcountry chime in with the exact.

    -Brakes are NOT an easy swap. My understanding is that it is doable, but a bit of a pain and quite pricey.

    For any one and done mounts' these are my goto's. With the added elasticity you can run a slightly lower din and still be fine.

    Rossi FKS 120's are the Shiznit!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It is hard to beat Rossi bindings. This company has been in the snow biz forever it seems like. Rossi is my go-to company when I need quality gear that is going to last a lifetime of abuse on the mountain. I have these mounted on my Dynastar skis and I have to say I freaking love em! Best pair of bindings I have owned thus far. You can't go wrong with Rossi FKS 120 ski bindings for a good, stable binding that pairs well with fat powder skis. I recommend these any day to anyone looking to get a pair of bindings without breaking the budget.

    Will the FKS 120's fit on the Rossignol Scratch Pro 148s?

    I am wondering whether I should go with this binding or the FKS 140. I have 140's currently on my big mountain skis but am planning on getting a pair of park oriented all mountain skis in the next month. I generally ski with a din between 9 and 10 and weigh about 175. Does this get to close to the limit of 12 or will I be ok with the 120s. A second question is whether there is a weight difference between the two pairs. Also, is the construction the same with only a different spring or does the construction differ?

    I'll answer 11 months later just in case others need the answer: The 120's are identical to the 140's except for the DIN spring.

    Also, if you do not need more than a DIN setting of 12 why get the 140? 12 DIN is 12 DIN. If you're between 9 and 10 of course you'll be ok with the 120's.