LOOK PIVOT 12 GW B95 Black Icon

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The all-mountain Pivot ski binding sets the standard for control and release for the world’s most dedicated skiers. The LOOK PIVOT 12 GW B95 Black Icon 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 ISO 23223 A.

Features:

  • Din: 4-12
  • Toe piece anti-friction : Full Action GW AFD
  • Toe piece type:  Full Action
  • Heel piece type: PIVOT
  • Heel piece system: PIVOT
  • Brake width: 95 mm
  • Length adjustment: 16 mm
  • Stand Height: 19 mm

Additional information

Weight 4 kg

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About Look: In 1948, engineer and inventor Jean Beyl, who owned a rubber manufacturing company, broke his leg skiing whilst wearing a rigid ski binding which then brought him into the fledgling safety binding business In 1950, Beyl invented the Look Nevada dual-pivot ski binding system. The following year the Look company was founded, named after the American magazine Look. The 1962 Look Nevada II single-pivot ski binding design was the main influence for the company's bindings over the next 40 years. Following Beyl's early designs of a clipless bicycle pedal, in 1983, Look was bought by French businessman Bernard Tapie, who created the professional cycling team La Vie Claire the following year. The first clipless pedals released by Look were the PP65. With the La Vie Claire team, Bernard Hinault won the 1985 Tour de France using PP65 pedals, helping secure the acceptance of clipless pedal systems which remains in widespread use today. At the 1986 Tour, Greg LeMond rode a "Bernard Hinault" Signature Model Look prototype for his win of the race. Look's pedal designs have been a source of inspiration for rival manufacturers ever since. Look started manufacturing carbon bike frames in the late-1980s. In June 2016, Activa Capital became a majority shareholder in the company, together with Dominique Bergin and Thierry Fournier.
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