Double trouble.

Recently upgraded to WTR soles only to find that they didn't work properly with your current bindings? Sweat not, amigo, because Look's new SPX 12 Dual Binding is designed to do exactly that, so you can rip in your favorite boots while you're digging Look's legendary elasticity, rugged retention, and reliable release. With a DIN that goes up to 12, the SPX is perfect for aggressive intermediates and lightweight experts, with loads of heel and toe elasticity so you can set your DIN lower and reduce the risk of injury without compromising retention. The bombproof toe serves up 180 degrees of release, so you'll be covered during almost any fall, and the SPX's ability to work with both alpine and WTR soles means it's the only clamp you'll need all season long.

  • Alpine binding accomodates WTR or standard alpine boots
  • 3.5-12 DIN setting for aggressive intermediates and lighter skiers
  • Full Action Toe drives energy to the ski
  • Oversize heel pivot enhances energy transmission
  • More elastic travel results in more reliable retention
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Awesome bindings

    I have Look road bike clips and love those, so I looked into these and am super excited to use them next season. This video was helpful in making my decision. I wanted something that would hold firm, and release if/when I crash.

    Don't look back.

      The SPX 12 is solid, reliable, versatile, and affordable. This is my wife's binding of choice for resort riding and she actively recommends the brand to all who ask. She's had several knee injuries, and she thinks that the toe/heel release of the SPX comes second only to the Pivot.

      The DIN range accommodates folks who are just starting out and need an easy release setting, type II+ midweight skiers (think blue-run-charging dads), and type III+ light-ish weight skiers (between 100-160lbs or so).

      If you're an aggressive skier over 180lbs or so, she'd recommend looking for a model with a higher DIN range (up to 14 or 16).

      works for me

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      took me a minute to find a 100mm binding but I am very pleased with this purchase. I have always heard good things about Look. They are easy to clip into and feel good when skiing. Feel secure and also release when I want them to. They bright color combo makes it easy to spot out my skis in a crowd! Would recommend for sure

      Very Durable

        Solid binding that releases when it should. I've been skiing on mine for years and I have no complaints.

        Safety First

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        The SPX is one of the best bindings for resort skiing out there. It features the most elastic travel of any binding on the market, meaning that it will keep you in the binding when you want/need to, but let you out when you need to, to avoid knee injury. I love the color options on this binding, you have a great choice to match any ski. I'd recommend this to every medium sized skier looking for a great alpine ski binding!

        Great bindings

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Great for speed and responsiveness. They don't feel heavy, but provide a lot of stability. These are great for speed and control. Glad I purchased them.

        Good binding for smaller/beginning rider

        • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

        This 12 din binding from Look is a great entry level binding or binding for smaller riders. The SPX is a pre courser to the very popular Look Pivot bindings. You don't get the swiveling heel piece that comes on the Look series but all the quality, durability, and dependability is still present. You can use these with alpine or WTR soles making it incredibly versatile.