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SPX 12 DUAL B90 Black White

$300.00
Recommended retail price
DIN/ISO3,5-12
Brake< 90 mm

The SPX 12 DUAL is a high-performance, multi-standard all-mountain binding.

Featuring the strongest coupling strength and longest elastic travel on the market, the SPX delivers instant power transmission, precision, and control with superior shock absorption to reduce unwanted pre-release. A quick, easy adjustment allows compatibility with ALPINE, GRIP WALK, and WTR (Walk-to-Ride) soles.
Reference
FCHA042
Brake Width
< 90 mm
Weight
1110 g ½ PAIR
DIN/ISO
3,5-12

SPX

DUAL

LOOK's DUAL technology allows compatibility with three different boot sole standards: traditional Alpine soles (ISO 5355), GRIPWALK®, and WTR; while offering quick, easy boot type selection and a consistent natural ramp angle.

LONG ELASTICITY
Longer elastic travel ensures more reliable retention to keep you in when you need. LOOK bindings offer the most elastic travel (lateral and vertical) and the fastest re-centering prior to release, ensuring superior shock absorption to reduce unwanted pre-release.
MULTI DIRECTIONNAL RELEASE
LOOK is the only binding brand to develop a true mechanical upward release that functions independently from the heel for the most effective multi-directional protection in the case of a fall.
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What are the differences between WTR and ALPINE, which one its better to put if im a freestyler. Thx

Asked by: Ziad
Hi! The type of soles that you use will not affect the performance of the equipment. The SPX 12 Dual B90 is compatible with WTR soles. The WTR soles are rockered to make walking in your boots easier. Alpine soles are the traditional boot sole option and are also compatible. If you have any further questions, please send us an email at inforossiusa@rossignol.com Thank You! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-06-08

I just bought look spx 12 binding from my local look retailler. My skis are 83 mm and they installed 100mm and it looks weird. Is there a reason why they installed such a wide brake ? What do you usually recommend for a ski that width? Thank you

Asked by: Fredlav
Hi! For our SPX 12 binding, we recommend a 90mm brake for skis that are 90mm wide or less. However, as long as your brakes don't overhang the ski more than 10mm per side, these brakes will work on your skis. If you have any concerns, we would recommend reaching out to the retailer that mounted your skis to see if they can assist you. Thank you! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-06-06

Hi, I have look Spx 12 dual bindings from 2017. Are these ok to use with gripwalk boots?

Asked by: Greg nz
Hi! Our Look Dual WTR bindings are compatible with GripWalk soles when they are in the &quot;Alpine&quot; position. If you would like to contact us directly with any further questions, please send us an email at info@rossignol.com Thank you! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-06-04

what is better the spx 12 or spx 10

Asked by: maxm
Hi, Both of the LOOK SPX 12 Dual and SPX 10 bindings are great. The difference between the two really comes down to two things, DIN range and boot sole compatibility. The SPX 10 has a DIN range of 3-10 while the SPX 12 DUAL has a DIN range of 3.5-12. To figure out what your DIN setting should be set at, we would recommend going into an authorized LOOK dealer and speaking with a Binding Technician. The LOOK SPX 10 is compatible with standard ISO 5355 alpine boot soles. The LOOK SPX 12 Dual is compatible with standard ISO 5355 alpine boot soles, GRIP WALK boot soles, and WTR alpine boot soles. To figure out which binding is right for you, we would recommend looking at what your DIN setting should be and what kind of alpine boot sole you have. For more information, feel free to contact us at inforossiusa@rossignol.com. Thank You! The LOOK Team!
Answered by: Look Customer Service
Date published: 2018-11-28

I think I bumped my binding out of adjustment. How can I tell if the forward pressure is correct? Where should the indicator be when my boot is installed? I don't want to pay a shop for mounting if nothing is wrong. Thank you.

Asked by: RobertBinPC
Hi, To ensure that your DIN is set correctly, we would recommend going into an authorized LOOK dealer to have certified binding technician take a look and adjust your bindings if needed. To find a dealer located near you, please use our store finder at the link below: http://storefinder.look-bindings.com/ Thank You! The LOOK Team!
Answered by: Look Customer Service
Date published: 2019-01-03

What are the differents between spx 14 rockerace and spx 12 dual? Can i used both on plate r22?

Asked by: Piergiorgio
Hi, The R22 Racing Plate is compatible with all SPX/PX Rockerflex, and SPX/PX Racing bindings. That being said, it is not compatible with the SPX 12 Dual AW binding. We would recommend going into an authorized LOOK dealer to have a certified technician take al ook at your skis to see which bindings you need. You can find a dealer located near you by using our store finder at the link below: http://storefinder.look-bindings.com/ Enjoy Skiing! The LOOK Team!
Answered by: Look Customer Service
Date published: 2018-09-26

does SPX Dual come in Brake 80 or 85

Asked by: Anna
Hi, The SPX 12 DUAL is not sold with an 80mm brake width. That being said, we do have a 80mm brake that is compatible with our SPX 12 DUAL binding. We would recommend going into an authorized LOOK dealer to have a certified technician take a look at your bindings and order you the correct brake width. To find a dealer located near you, please use our store finder at the link below: http://storefinder.look-bindings.com/ Thank You! The LOOK Team!
Answered by: Look Customer Service
Date published: 2018-08-24

My skis have a 78mm waist so I am looking for narrower binding. I see the SPX &lt;90 is that what I would order? What is the width?

Asked by: Anna
Hi, The LOOK SPX 12 DUAL B90 bindings has a 90 mm brake width. We would recommend going into an authorized LOOK dealer to get your hands on these bindings. You can find a dealer located near you by using our store finder at the link below: http://storefinder.look-bindings.com. Thank You! The LOOK Team!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-08-21
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