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bquick222It hasnt been proven but supposedly Look Pivots help with knee injuries by having the heel piece pivot right or left when the rider ejects. I bought the pivots for the simple fact that they are all metal and have better durability.
TOAST.More elastic travel in the heel so the less likely they are to prerelease. The pivot heel also allows for a smoother toe eject. Look pivots dont release laterally in the heel, contrary to popular belief. If you look at the heel piece you will notice the heel is trapped in by the two bars. The only pivoting heel piece that is marketed to help with knee injuries is Knee Binding since they can release laterally in the heel.
DeepskierI don't think so if your heel is in the correct spot and the pressure is big enough to tear your ACL, then your boot will slip from those stems first. I think.
parkplaygroundnot more than any other binding that is set at a similar din.
Laurent.They make you look pro.
Here is next years colors for the Pivot. With Rossi no longer marketing bindings under the Rossi name I think we have seen the last of the orange FKS.
BanterScootwhat is the difference between a pivot binding and a regular one? what does the pivot help with?
SessionStop saying it's less likely to cause an ACL tear. It has not been proven, because it DOES NOT.
treebeardno one in this thread has said that
you're kinda the worst
SessionLiterally the 4th post down
Staticthe one where he says they arn't proven to help with knee injuries?
MinggMost regular bindings don't go ass far up your ass when landing backseat as pivots do.