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ATTACCHI DA ALL-MOUNTAIN PIVOT 12 GW B115

310,00 €
Prezzo consigliato al negozio
DIN/ISO4-12
Freno95 - 115 mm

Gli attacchi da sci freeride Pivot sono il massimo in fatto di controllo e sgancio, perfetti per gli sciatori più appassionati.

Il puntale Full Action e l'esclusivo design del tallone a rotazione offrono ai freeskier esperti una connessione reattiva tra scarpone e sci, per una trasmissione istantanea di energia e un controllo preciso dello sci. Offrono un assorbimento degli urti e un'escursione efficaci, con una tenuta e uno sgancio sicuri per gli sciatori più intraprendenti.
Compatibili con tutte le suole tradizionali Alpine (ISO 5355) e GripWalk®.
Referenza
FCIA066
Larghezza freno
95 - 115 mm
Peso
1105 g ½ Paio
DIN/ISO
4-12

PIVOT

L'attacco SPX è stato sviluppato pensando a sciatori di livello da buono a esperto, qualunque sia il loro livello e il terreno che affrontano. I nostri ingegneri sono riusciti ad abbinare un livello eccezionale di elasticità, di prestazioni e di sicurezza a un design moderno, ad un peso ridotto e ad un buon comfort di utilizzo.

LONG ELASTIC TRAVEL
La lunga corsa elastica permette di ridurre al minimo la possibilità di sgancio indesiderato dallo scarpone, pur rispettando i valori di sgancio stabiliti dalle norme ISO internazionali. Per sciare in tutta fiducia e sicurezza.
SHORT MOUNTING ZONE
L'impianto più corto assicura un comportamento neutro e naturale dello sci, oltre ad offrire una gestione ottimale del flex.
ROLLING CONTROL
La talloniera PIVOT accompagna lo sgancio lungo l'asse della tibia, limitando al massimo il rischio di infortuni e offrendo una corsa elastica record di ben 28 mm.
GRIPWALK
Il sistema di attacchi GRIPWALK assicura perfetta compatibilità con 2 standard di scarponi: - scarponi con suola tradizionale (ISO 5355) - scarponi con suola GRIPWALK (il futuro ISO 23223 )
FULL ACTION TOE PIECE
Il nuovo puntale rinforzato Full Action presenta: - una ganascia del 14% più ampia per una migliore trasmissione su scarpone e sci; - una piattaforma del 10% più ampia per rendere ancora più efficace la trasmissione; - componenti rinforzati, per una migliore resistenza e durata, e che assicurano precisione e masima versatilità per un impiego in tutte le discipline, dallo Sci Alpino al Freestyle, dal Freeride ai Moguls.
MULTI DIRECTIONAL RELEASE
Tutti gli attacchi LOOK si avvalgano di un sistema di sgancio multidirezionale 3D che riduce il rischio di infortunio in caso di caduta di qualsiasi natura. Inoltre la suola dello scarpone è sempre sotto costante pressione e ciò si traduce in un miglior controllo e in una maggiore stabilità in fase di conduzione.
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I have a Look Pivot 12GW that was originally mounted for a 305mm shell. If I change boots, how long a shell can I use without having to remount the binding?

Asked by: Rich
As long as the shell does not change you will not need to remount your bindings. If you go to a larger or smaller boot then you will need to have a certified technician remount to fit the new size.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-12-30

Am I able to ski tour with these bindings?

Asked by: skies97
Hello, No, these bindings are a traditional alpine binding, a ski touring binding is able to release the heel in order to tour. Thank you
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-12-22

Hi I have a Salomon QST 118 underfoot. What would you recommend?

Asked by: Meg1792
Hello, You will need to make sure the brake width on the bindings are compatible. The brakes can be bent slightly wider while mounting. I would suggest a 120mm brake. Thank you
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-12-24

I have an 84 waist ski. Do you make brakes to accommodate a thinner ski in the pivot bindings?

Asked by: Woods
Hello! The Pivot brake width that would accommodate your ski the best would be our B95 brakes which can accommodate a ski waist of 80 - 95mm. If you have any other questions, please feel free to send us an email directly at inforossiusa@rossignol.com Thank You! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-11-24

I have a pair of armada arv 96’s and was wondering if a 115 brake width would be too big? I was told that I shouldn’t go more than 15mm wider than the ski width, and the 95mm option is a bit too small. 

Asked by: Dusk
Hello! When looking at swapping out brakes, our rule of thumb is to keep the brake difference under 20mm (10mm per side). The B115 would be the best option as you never want to bend or alter your brakes to fit your skis waist. If you have any other questions, please feel free to send us an email directly at inforossiusa@rossignol.com Enjoy Skiing! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-10-10

On a 95 waist ski (Icelantic Nomad 95) would you recommend the 95 brake or the 115 brake width?

Asked by: JDKU
Hi, You can use the 95mm brake on your skis. Have a nice day. The Look Team !
Answered by: Service Client Look
Date published: 2020-10-02

I have a Look Pivot binding now, love it. I'm purchasing Line skis that have a 107 waist. i 'm a male advanced skier who skis "Big Mountain" style in Colorado. I am 5'11" and ~145 lbs. Do you have a Pivot model you'd recommend that fits a 107 waist?

Asked by: Hen the Beast
Hello! We offer a range of Pivot Bindings that would be a good fit for you. The best brake width would be our B115, which will accommodate a ski waist of 95 - 115mm wide. We recommend that your brake width is wider than the width of your ski, but offers less than 10mm of over hang per side. The B115 should be a great fit. We would recommend taking a look at the Pivot 14, Pivot 15 and Pivot 18 models. The Pivot 14 has a plastic toe piece where the 15 & 18 offer the full metal toe piece. We would recommend selecting a binding where your DIN setting falls within the middle of the DIN range of the binding. If you have any further questions, please feel free to send us an email directly at inforossiusa@rossignol.com Enjoy Skiing! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-07-24

I have 122mm Powder ski and i was wondering which binding should i get and which brake (no touring) 

Asked by: Matiski
Hello! If your ski has a width of 122mm, we would recommend either the Pivot 14 GW B130 or the Pivot 18 GW B130. The B130 brake can accommodate a ski that is anywhere from 115 - 130mm. If you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out directly at inforossiusa@rossignol.com Thank You! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-06-29
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