Look Pivot 15 GW B95 Harlaut Ski BindingsRegular price $799.99 Save $0.00
Henrik Harlaut is a legend. As one of the most successful X-Games athletes of all-time, creating a signature Pivot design with him was a goal the LOOK team was excited to accomplish! With a 15 DIN rating and a unique distinctive look, the binding's durable aluminum 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.
Ability Level: Advanced / Expert
Brake Width: 100 (suits ski widths 80-95)
LOOK's classic PIVOT turntable heel design offers 28mm of elastic travel and rotates directly under the tibia, delivering elite-level shock absorption
The shortened mounting zone provides less swing weight, improved response, and a deeper, rounder, more consistent ski flex.
GRIPWALK compatible bindings ensure perfect compatibility with two boot sole standards: - Traditional Alpine soles (ISO 5355) - GRIPWALK soles (future ISO 23223 standard)
Longer elastic travel ensures more reliable retention to keep you in when you need. LOOK bindings offer the most elastic travel (lateral and vertical) and the fastest re-centering prior to release, ensuring superior shock absorption to reduce unwanted pre-release.
Featuring 45mm of elastic travel and 180⁰ multi-directional release, the all-metal RACE toe piece offers maximum power, precision, and durability across all disciplines, from the Alpine World Cup to Freestyle, Freeride and Moguls.
LOOK is the only binding brand to develop a true mechanical upward release that functions independently from the heel for the most effective 180⁰ MULTI DIRECTIONAL RELEASE in the instance of a fall.
LOOK binding components are designed to deliver industry-leading roll coupling strength (boot-to-binding interface). This ensures minimal roll before the boot engages the binding for the most efficient power transmission in skiing.