Pivot 14 GW Ski Binding
A great binding to turn to for up and coming skiers who are looking to progress to the best of their ability, the Pivot 14 is a slightly lighter and more forgiving version of the Pivot 18. The solid construction and reliable release on this binding provide peace of mind, while the minimal footprint drives power to your edges and maintains the ideal flex from your skis.
- Solid and reliable freeride binding for long time skiers
- 5-14 din range caters to advanced skiers looking to progress
- 7 points of contact with ski drive power to your edges
- Famous pivot heel is designed for high speed twisting falls
- Short mounting zone allows your skis to flex naturally
- Low stand height provides excellent feel and quick response
- 180° release in the toe adds reliable performance in common falls
- Accommodates both Walk to Ride and alpine soled boots
- Item #LKK000J
- Brake Width
- 75mm, 95mm, 115mm, 130mm
- Boot Compatibility
- Alpine (ISO 5355), GripWalk
- Safety Features
- 180Â° Multi-Directional Release
- Claimed Weight
- [one binding] 2lb 7oz
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing, park & freestyle skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
November 22, 2020
What is the difference between the 95 and 115mm? Is it strictly size? If my son is riding 172cm skis what size will work?
November 28, 2020
This size is the Brake Width of the binding. Find what the waist width is of your son's ski and make sure the brake width of the binding is more. Right around spot on to 15mm over is fine for a brake width. For example, if your son's ski has a 100mm waist width. You would want a 115mm brake width on the size for this binding.
March 28, 2020
Are the 115s too wide for a pair of skis that are 104mm wide?
November 23, 2019
Perhaps a silly question, but will the 115mm brake width fit a ski with 115mm at its waist?
November 25, 2019
Yes! The waist width and up to +5 mm on each side, so 115-125 would work on those.