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Comparison Review 2024 Look Bindings

Philpug

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MODELTOE HEIGHT (mm)HEEL HEIGHT
(mm)
SETTING RANGEWEIGHT (g/pr)STANDARD BRAKE SIZES (mm)OPTIONAL BRAKE SIZES (mm)
NX 10 GW16.519.53-10160083, 93, 10073
NX 11 GW16.519.53.5-11183090, 10083, 120
NX 12 GW16.519.53.5-12203090, 100, 12083
SPX 10 GW16.519.53-10213090, 10073
SPX 12 GW16.519.53.5-12222090, 100, 12073
Pivot 12 GW16.519.04-12229075, 95, 115130
Pivot 14 GW16.519.05-14229075, 95, 115130
Pivot 15 GW16.519.06-15249095, 115, 13075
Pivot 18 GW16.519.08-18249075, 95, 115, 13075
NX 12 Konect (demo/system)33343.5-12270090, 10083, 120
SPX 12 GW Test
(demo/system)
16.519.03.5-1222209080, 100, 120
SPX 12 Metrix (demo)24.5264-1227409080, 100, 110, 120
SPX 12 GW Konect (demo/system)33343.5-12290090, 100, 12083
Note: All specs are based on information available at time of publishing and are subject to change.

NX 10 GW, NX 11 GW
  • Pluses: Lightweight, multidirectional toe release, 45mm of heel travel, easy step-in heel
  • Minuses: Older design but still does the job
  • Color Options: Black, Iridescent Grey (NX11), Black/White (NX 10)
NX 12 GW
  • Pluses: Multidirectional toe release, 45mm of travel, accepts GripWalk
  • Minuses: Lightweight heel
  • Color options: Black
SPX 12 GW
  • Pluses: Multidirectional toe release, simple WTR adjustment, accepts GripWalk, responsive heel
  • Minuses: Heavy, long mount distance. Henry Ford would be happy with the color options
  • Color options: Gray Organic, Black, Forza 3.0
Pivot 12 GW
  • Pluses: Multidirectional toe release, GripWalk, shortest mount distance, low rotation weight, most elasticity in heel
  • Minuses: Very little range of adjustment, can be quirky to get into, low brakes can get caught landing switch
  • Color options: Forza 3.0, Black Icon
Pivot 14 GW
  • Pluses: Responsive heel, 20 mm travel, shortest mount distance, lowest rotation weight, most elasticity in heel
  • Minuses: Very little range of adjustment, can be quirky to get into, low brakes can get caught landing switch (same binding as 12, just a slightly stronger spring)
  • Color options: Forza 3.0, Black Icon
Pivot 15 GW
  • Pluses: All metal, single-pivot toe; the Pivot 15 is back
  • Minuses: WTR AFD optional, must be changed before toe piece is installed (AFD Part #FCEF002), not compatible with GripWalk
  • Color options: Forza 3.0, Gold, Raw, Sender
Pivot 18 GW
  • Pluses: All metal, single-pivot toe
  • Minuses: WTR AFD optional, must be changed before toe piece is installed (AFD Part #FCEF002), not compatible with GripWalk
  • Color options: Forza 3.0, Black (75mm only)
Demo/System Bindings

NX 12 Konect

  • Adjustment range: 260-377 mm
  • Toolless length adjustment: Yes, w/manual AFD
  • Sole compatibility: DIN, GripWalk, WTR
  • Pluses: Easy step-in heel, easiest to adjust for DIN/WTR, accepts GripWalk
  • Minuses: Tall stand height, heavy for entry-level demo
  • Color options: Black/White
SPX 12 Test
  • Adjustment range: 45 mm
  • Toolless length adjustment: No
  • Sole compatibility: DIN, GripWalk
  • Pluses: Lowest of Look's demo options, accepts GripWalk. Best Look option for a true "demo" experience.
  • Minuses: Static toe, not always over center mark of ski. Need tools to adjust. A Unicorn to find
  • Color options: Black
SPX Metrix 12 Demo
  • Adjustment range: 260-360
  • Toolless length adjustment: No
  • Sole compatibility: DIN, GripWalk
  • Pluses: Most connected interface of all demo bindings. Lower than Konect demos
  • Minuses: Need tools to adjust.
  • Color options: Black
  • Others to consider: Atomic/Salomon Strive 13 Demo, Marker Griffon 13 Demo
SPX 12 Konect
  • Adjustment range: 260-377 mm
  • Toolless length adjustment: Yes, w/manual AFD
  • Sole compatibility: DIN, GripWalk, WTR
  • Pluses: Easiest to adjust for DIN/WTR, accepts GripWalk
  • Color options: Black/White
  • Minuses: Tall stand height, heaviest of all demos
 

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What kind of tool is needed to adjust the metric demo? Flat head to move heel piece like the normal SPX heel?
 

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I'm sure this has probably been covered but can i swap out brakes between pivot 15's and 14's ??
 

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They even had 130s. Seriously though for those that did not realize the drill hole pattern has not changed and are interchangeable.
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@Philpug apart from the DIN, how else are the 2024 SPX 12 Rockerace GW and 2024 SPX 10 GW bindings different? Can both be mounted to the Rossi Hero Athlete or Dynstar Speed Omeglass FIS SL skis? Thanks!
 
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@Philpug apart from the DIN, how else are the 2024 SPX 12 Rockerace GW and 2024 SPX 10 GW bindings different?
The toes are different
Can both be mounted to the Rossi Hero Athlete or Dynstar Speed Omeglass FIS SL skis? Thanks!
Yes but I would limit the 10 to a junior application
 

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@Philpug I keep seeing different claims for the delta / toe/ heel height - looking at the Pivot 12 /14.
Did you measure these heights and the weights for these bindings?
I know the only different between the 12 and 14 is supposedly the strength of the spring.......

thank you ....
 

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