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Old Look Pivot Binding

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Hey guys, I just bought a pair of '09 Line Blends and have been looking for a binding for them. My friend has an old pair of Look Pivots that he said he could sell me for 100, pretty used but still in excellent condition. My other choice is to buy a brand new pair of Rossignol SAS2 120 for 150. What do you think?

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Look bindings have numerous models that might be considered a "pivot".  For a used 12 DIN binding, $100 would be a very premium price.    Any idea which model Look binding this is?

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I believe those Line's are 100mm underfoot.....Many of the older Look pivot bindings have brakes that only accept up to maybe 75mm. What vintage are they? They can be bent but that's another issue. You should be able to find the Rossi/ Look/ Dynastar in a DIN 12 or 15 for a great price this time of year........

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They are probably a season or two older than the season before they were discontinued, and now brought back ha ha

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are you able to adjust the new look pivot 14 bindings? another buddy wants to give me his look pivot 14s, but i think theyre the wides, which mean they only go to 90, can i buy the XXL breaks? or can you not replace breaks on the pivot bindings

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Originally Posted by Canadian1st View Post

They are probably a season or two older than the season before they were discontinued, and now brought back ha ha


Pivot or turntable? Can you rotate the heelpiece 360 degrees or just a little bit either way?

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Its an actual pivot, does not rotate 360 degrees like this years. I think they could possibly be a pair of Look P12

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The real question is, can you fit the 2010 Look Pivot 14 Wide (95mm brake) on a 2009 Line Blend which is 133-100-122. Thanks

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