Look - All Mountain Bindings Pivot 12 Gw B115
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All Mountain Bindings Pivot 12 Gw B115

Recommended retail price
Brake95 - 115 mm

The freeride Pivot ski binding sets the standard for control and release for the world's most dedicated skiers.

The binding's Full Action toe piece and unique "turntable" heel design offer expert freeskiers a responsive connection between boot and ski for instant power transmission and precise ski control. It features powerful shock absorption and travel with confident retention and release for aggressive skiing.
It's compatible with all traditional Alpine (ISO 5355) and GripWalk® boot soles.
Brake Width
95 - 115 mm
1105 g ½ Pair


LOOK's classic PIVOT turntable heel design offers 28mm of elastic travel and rotates directly under the tibia, delivering elite-level shock absorption and the industry's most trustworthy retention for a significant reduction in unwanted pre-release.

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.
The shortened mounting zone provides less swing weight, improved response, and a deeper, rounder, more consistent ski flex.

LOOK binding components are designed to deliver industry-leading roll coupling strength (boot-to-binding interface). This ensures minimal roll before the boot engages the binding for the most efficient power transmission in skiing.

GRIPWALK compatible bindings ensure perfect compatibility with two boot sole standards: - Traditional Alpine soles (ISO 5355) - GRIPWALK soles (future ISO 23223 standard)
Featuring 45mm of elastic travel and 180⁰ multi-directional release, the FULL ACTION toe piece delivers best-in-class retention and release and increased coupling strength (boot-to-binding interface) for maximum power transmission.
LOOK is the only binding brand to develop a true mechanical upward release that functions independently from the heel for the most effective 180⁰ MULTI DIRECTIONAL RELEASE in the instance of a fall.
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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

I'm wondering as a female who's 5'2 and 110 and an aggressive skier if the Pivot 12 would be acceptable? I'm coming from a racing background but looking to put something on my freeride skies and love the safety features of this binding. 

Asked by: Nikki
Hello! The Pivot 12 bindings would be a great fit for you. Depending on your DIN setting, you may want to consider going up to the Pivot 14, (DIN range of 5 -14 as opposed to the Pivot 12 which has a DIN of 4 - 12). 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

I just got Rossi Soul 7 HD 164 skis for west coast powder.  I am 59, 5'5'' and 150lbs, advanced skier who will use thesis skis primarily in powder.  I have used Look Turntable bindings growing up in the Northeast.  What would you recommend?

Asked by: jk1013
Hello! The Look Pivot binding is a great choice for any type of skiing for an advanced skier. You will want to use the B115 brake in order to accommodate the waist of the ski. You can find a dealer located near you by using our store finder at the link below: http://storefinder.rossignol.com/l/list?cc=en_ Enjoy skiing! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-05-30

What is the tolerance for brake to edge distance, I have a set of Icelandic nomads, 105 w, thats only 5mm on each side with the 115mm brake

Asked by: RockiesFan78
Hi! We recommend not going bigger than 10mm on each side of the ski, so a total maximum width of <20mm than your ski. Happy skiing! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-03-04

 Is there a structural  difference between the Pivot 12 and the Pivot 14? I understand the DIN settings ( I am between a 6 and 7). Is there a reason to go with the 12 vs the 14 in my case .The binding weight does not seem to be a significant factor.

Asked by: amber
Hi! There are no structural differences between the Pivot 12 and Pivot 14, the only difference are the springs, hence the different DIN settings. For a proper fitting, we recommend going into one of our authorized dealers for assistance. Thank you! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-01-30

I have these bindings and were mounted to fit a boot with a sole length of 298mm. I am purchasing new boots that are 293mm and was wondering if the binding would have an issue fitting that sole length. Thanks

Asked by: LEXI
Hi! We recommend bringing your bindings and boots into a trained technician who will be able to better assist you with this adjustment. Thank you! The Look Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-01-29

Ski width at the waist is 102. Is the Look Pivot 12 W with break width 115 too wide?

Asked by: Jerry
Hello! For a ski with a 102 waist, we would recommend going with the B115 brake. This brake width will give you 6.5mm of overhang on each side, which is still well within our standard recommendations. 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: 2019-12-24

I'm 5'9" 195 lbs w/o clothes & ski on piste, blues & blacks.Mostly cruisers these days,& controlled speed. I have a repaired ACL,& put in about 10 days/year.Skiing a 171 ski that is 130/91/113. Can I get away with the Pivot 12,or do I need the Pivot 14?

Asked by: Paul12
Hello! The Pivot 12 would be an appropriate choice for your height and weight. With a DIN range of 4 - 12, this versatile range should be able to accommodate you. However, if you are still unsure regarding the DIN range, it would be a good idea to speak with an authorized retailer regarding your skiing style as many factors go into determining your ideal DIN setting. 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: 2019-12-20
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