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OUR TIPS TO CHOOSING YOUR SKI BINDINGS

 



You bought new skis and you now want to equip bindings well suited to your practice? You're struggling to differentiate all models? What are the indicators and settings on the bindings?
Here are some tips and answers to help you make your decision and select the model that suits you best.
However, keep in mind that your bindings are designed to limit the risk of injury from falls, while providing the necessary support to ski with maximum pleasure.
The precise adjustment of your bindings must be done by a professional. When buying your skis, your dealer should normally measure, using a machine control releasing torques obtained with your bindings with your own shoes (ISO 11088 standard).




 

1. CHOOSE THE RIGHT MODEL FOR YOUR SKIS AND YOUR PRACTICE

Most skis are now available with a pair of associated ski bindings. The piste and all mountain skis are often equipped with interfaces and compatible editing systems with only one type of ski binding.

Beyond the design, color and mounting compatibility, the ski binding’s characteristics offered in packages are adapted to those skis and practice to which they are intended: so, trust the manufacturer and the retailer when they advise you a complete set.

In all cases, the range of adjustment of your bindings will allow some latitude adjustment. Finally, if you select your bindings yourself, check the width of the brakes so they adapt to the width of the skis.

PIVOT is one mythic of a product and a true reference for professional free riders and everyone willing to ski with reliable bindings. The best riders trust it: #itrustlook.

SPX12 has been developed during the World Cup and in collaboration with the athletes. The SPX range therefore provides a high level of precision, performance and safety – both on and off the piste. Mounted on the Konect system or to be screwed on the flat skis.

The NX12 are perfect for all skiers looking for a secure, light and easy-to-use bindings. Mounted on the Konect system or to be screwed on the flat skis.

The XPress are extremely light and guaranty an optimal combination between safety, design and comfort.

Look offers a wide range of bindings designed specifically for children, with a permanent concern for safety and lightness. The TEAM & KID X are compatible with children (type C) and adult (type A) boots.


  

 

2. DETERMINE THE VALUE OF PRE-SETTING YOUR BINDINGS

Before buying your bindings, it is important to estimate how their setting value. So you can choose, depending on your body and your practice, the model that maximizes your safety and pleasure. Determining this value must take into account:
1. Your weight / size
2. The sole length of your ski boots
3. Your skiing level
4. Your age, fitness and your sport habits


  

To know if your bindings are properly adjusted, click here!
Always ask to a professional or a technician to adjust correctly your bindings.


 

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