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ATTACCHI DA ALL-MOUNTAIN PIVOT 14 GW B75

310,00 €
Prezzo consigliato al negozio
DIN/ISO5-14
Freno75 - 95 mm

Gli attacchi da sci freestyle 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
FCIA065
Larghezza freno
75 - 95 mm
Peso
1115 g ½ Paio
DIN/ISO
5-14

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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Just bought 4frnt 99 skis. I’m looking at the look 14 GW binding. What size should I buy?

Asked by: Boomer
Hello! We offer the Pivot 14 GW in three sizes. B95 brakes accommodate ski widths of 75 - 95mm, B115 accommodates 95 - 115mm and B130 accommodates 115 - 130mm. You want to choose a brake width that is more than the width of your ski, but offers less than 10mm of overhang. 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: 2020-06-26

I have Pivot 14's with a broken brake plate. is it possible to buy a replacement ?

Asked by: karlc1955
Hi! If you are still in need of replacement parts, feel free to give us a call at (435) 252-3300 and ask for our Service Department. They are open 9-5 MST, Monday through Friday and would be happy to help you out. Thank you! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-01-29

Would you recommend Look Pivot 14 AW B95 Black Bindings for 2019 K2 Pinnacle 95 Ti Skis?

Asked by: Clement
Hi! The Pivot 14 is a great binding that a ton of us ride everyday. If you are looking to get the most natural flex out of a ski, the Pivot is the way to go. Thank you! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-01-29

Wpuld you.llease share the link showing the binding adjustments. I have a new pair of boots with slightly smaller sole length. I know I can go to a shop. I want to know how to do it myself. Thanks, Ed

Asked by: Ned357
Hello! For any binding adjustments, please visit a local shop where a trained technician can assist you. Due to liability reasons we are not able to advise you on binding adjustments. Thank You! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-10-24

Is there any way for these to be readjusted after being mounted onto a ski? If not, it is bad to unscrew the binding if I go up a boot size and need repositioning? I love these bindings but I want a binding that could stay if I get new boots. Thanks

Asked by: Sam14
Hello! Most bindings have a bit of adjustment that can be made. However, when going up or down a boot size, we would recommend visiting a local authorized dealer where a trained technician can advise you. You can find the retailer nearest you by following the link below: http://storefinder.look-bindings.com/ Thank You! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-05-22

My DIN setting calculated out to be between a 6 and a 7. Both  the Pivot 12 and 14 support that DIN range -- which one should I choose?

Asked by: AMBER1
Hello! Both bindings would provide you the stability and appropriate setting that you are looking for. If you have a wider ski that needs a brake width of over 115mm, we would recommend going with the Pivot 14. We would encourage you to visit a local authorized retailer to get your hands on a pair. You can find the retailer nearest you by following the link below: http://storefinder.look-bindings.com/ Enjoy Skiing! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-05-22

i like too use the ski/binding with 2 difrent boots. so how whide is the range for the sole length adjustment?

Asked by: rudie
Hello! We would suggest setting your bindings for the boot that you will be using the most. If your BSL is the same on both boots, you should need to worry about adjusting the bindings too much. However, whenever swapping out boots, it's a good idea to bring them by your local authorized Look dealer to make sure that your bindings are adjusted appropriately. You can find the dealer nearest you by following the link below: https://storefinder.look-bindings.com/l/list?campaignId=storefinder.look-bindings.com&cc=en_ Thank You! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-05-22

Are 2018/19 pivot 14 GripWalk compatible

Asked by: Tyrant
Hello! The Pivot 14 GW bindings are compatible with both GripWalk and standard ISO 5355 soles. The 18/19 Pivot 14 AW bindings are compatible with both soles as well. If you have any further questions, please send us an email directly at inforossiusa@rossignol.com Thank You! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-12-19
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