Pivot Heel : The heel piece of this binding can rotates naturally with your leg as it releases, making for a much safer and more durable binding.
Super Wide AFD: A 72mm wide AFD means the sole of the ski boot has a lot of surface area to contact with the binding, transmitting power to the ski.
180 Degree Toe Release: The split toe design of this binding allows a full 180 degrees of release (lateral, diagonal, vertical).
Din Range 6-14:This binding has a very high top din and is best suited for experts who like to set their release values higher than that recommended by official adjustment settings.
These are great bindings marketed to the freeride crowd. The low stand height and wide brake arms included are great features for the Park and Powder skiers who want better balance and have wider skis.
Back around for 2014 are the Pivot bindings by Look. The Pivot 14 has a DIN range of 5-14, is a durable, metal
reinforced binding with the turntable style heel that has become so popular among advanced, aggressive skiers. The Pivot
bindings are top of the range as far as consistency, safety, durability and if you're a serious skier you already know
that and probably didn't even make it this far reading this blurb.