WHEN CHOOSING THE RIGHT BINDING, THERE ARE TWO MAIN THINGS TO CONSIDER
- YOUR WEIGHT determines the maximum DIN # you need. For example people weighing 100 - 200 lbs / 45 - 90 kg should get a binding that goes up to a 12 DIN according to the below chart.
YOUR SKI WIDTH determines the brake width you'll need. The brake should be as close to the ski waist width as possible and no more than 10mm narrower or wider. For example a 100mm brake fits 90-110mm waist width skis.
Reference the table below for the full comparison of specs and features for the 2016 Look ski bindings.
Review the charts below and if you need help deciding contact us >
Look Pivot 12 WTR
Look Pivot 14 WTR
Look Pivot 18
Marker Griffon 13 ID
Marker Baron EPF 13
Daymaker Touring Adapter
Marker Kingpin 13
8 - 18
175+ lbs / 80+ kg
Skier Weight lb / kg
1245g (1/2 pair)
Toe Lateral Elasticity
Heel Vertical Elasticity
|Brake Width||Binding Models||Suggested J ski models||Suggested ski waist width|
|95mm||Pivot 12, Pivot 14, Pivot 18||The Whipit, The Allplay||85 - 104 mm|
|100mm||Pivot 12||The Whipit, The Allplay, The Vacation, The Metal||90 - 110 mm|
|115mm||Pivot 12, Pivot 14, Pivot 18||The Vacation, The Metal The Friend||105 - 125 mm|