They are the skiers who take on the most challenging slopes of the World Cup, the freeriders who seek out the steepest slopes or the freestylers spinning in the air: all working closely with the LOOK teams to create the most sophisticated equipment: a binding that is so efficient you barely notice it, a binding they trust in 100%, a binding that makes them say “#ITRUSTLOOK”.
For a long time, we had wanted to go further to meet the wishes of our athletes who defy the laws of physics. So we invited some of these athletes to design their own graphic, in short, to create their own “SIGNATURE” model
Henrik Kristoffersen (Winner of the Giant World Cup and Slalom World Cup 2020) was first. From 2016 to 2018, he proudly presented his Mondrian binding on podiums all over the world. In 2019, his wish was bindings inspired by the colour of the stopwatch during his races: green, faster than the rest! The result was the Green Ltd binding, which you can still see on the skis of this amazing champion.
Clément Noël (Second place in the Slalom World Cup 2020) is Henrik Kristoffersen’s direct opponent in slalom, displaying a raw talent that promises many victories ahead. We invited him to design a weapon reflecting his own character. Blue, like ‘the blue line of the Vosges’ described by Jules Ferry, the blue line of the mountains in whose shadow Clément was born
Another Henrik then came on board. Henrik Harlaut holds the highest number of titles in the X-Games in big air and slopestyle: he is already a freestyle ski legend, and a very active one! Inspired by Scarface, the NBA and the famous Air Jordans, Henrik has come up with a PIVOT binding that reflects his personality: cool, skilful and UNIQUE!
Perrine Laffont & Ben Cavet
They are champions of mogul skiing and as they point out, what is important for them is to have 100% confidence in their equipment, even forgetting the product to focus entirely on their technical and physical performance. Perrine Laffont, reigning World Champion and Olympic Champion, as well as Ben Cavet, 2nd in the general classification of the World Cup last year, wanted a binding that was well personalized, in their image.