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Marker F10 Tour Small Alpine Touring
$349.00
If you're looking for a versatile all-mountain binding that allows the freedom of touring when the right set of conditions arise, the Marker F10 Tour Small Alpine Touring Ski Bindings are the right choice. Lift-served durability and traditional alpine step in entry are two more advantages that will appeal to skiers who mix their backcountry and on-piste aspirations and don't want to be hampered by the relative fragility and inconvenience of tech bindings day in and day out. Product Details Toe Triple Pivot Light Toe – The compact toe features a horizontally inserted spring. Together with the gliding plate the gliding elements integrated into the sole holders ensure a very precise release behavior which is comparable to all other Marker bindings. Why should touring skiers and freestylers accept any compromises? An aluminium bridge on the top provides additional support without adding any extra weight. Gliding AFD – All Marker bindings (except the Jester Pro) are equipped with a moveable AFD (Anti Friction Device), allowing a precise release unhindered by dirt, snow, and ice buildup. The type of AFD is matched to the skier type, ensuring perfect functionality from racing to junior and even alpine touring. Heel Hollow Linkage Heel – This heel was redesigned from the ground up to optimize retention for all types of alpine and touring soles. The aluminium hollow axle saves on weight and maximizes the torsional stiffness. This very robust heel construction is best suited for the most strenuous of requirements. Tour Mode Backcountry Comfort – The patented, ergonomically shaped lever under the boot allows comfortable opening and closing. The position prevents the binding from unwanted release and provides unparalleled security against an undesired "telemark" situation. Climbing Aids – The titanium climbing aid offers two 7° and 13° positions which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer pads dampen the impact reducing the irritating traditional “clack” and allow more comfortable hiking. Touring Base Plate – The wide frame construction is secured at several positions, perfectly distributing the pressure for unparalleled skiing performance. 2 sizes are available for optimum size range and stocking efficiency. Touring Balance – Switching the lever to touring mode moves the whole binding 40 mm backward, allowing a more comfortable walking position and keeping the ski optimally balanced for kick turns and steep terrain. Hollow Tech – Marker's fibre-reinforced frame base plate provides impressive riding stability and is yet very light due to the gas injected hollow construction. Boot Compatibility Sole.ID – Marker Sole.ID allows Marker Authorized Retailers to adjust Sole ID equipped bindings to both ISO 5355 (Alpine) and ISO 9523 (AT) boot sole norms, as well as GripWalk and WTR equipped boots. Size Small – Fits BSL (Boot Sole Lengths) 265 - 325 mm Additional Features Power Width Design – The original Marker breakthrough for wider freeskiing skis, based on a 76mm platform. Wider connection brackets create better power transmission for all Marker Royal Family and Tour bindings. Stand Height – 36 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 65 - 230 lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Frame Length:Small Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced DIN / Release Value Low:3 DIN / Release Value High:10 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Tech, Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:3 Years
Marker Baron EPF 13 Large Alpine Touring
$379.00
When you only plan on maintaining one ski setup, but you need a combination of reliable ski area performance and acceptable touring efficiency in your binding, the Marker Baron EPF 13 Large Alpine Touring Ski Bindings are a great option. Essentially a Marker Griffon ID binding with the toe and heel connected by a frame, the Baron EPF 13 is rock solid in both ski and tour modes, and functions just like your alpine binding when it's locked down. Compatible with all boot sole types from ISO 5355 Alpine to ISO 9523 Touring, as well as GripWalk and WTR. Product Details Toe Triple Pivot Elite 2 Toe – This toe construction allows for impressive retention when freeriding. The spring in the toe is inserted horizontally and with a sole plate inclined by 5° it provides the highest energy absorption so as to reduce the risk of early release. The large supporting surface optimizes power transmission and allows for great stresses and strains. In relation to their weight, toes with this technology therefore achieve a never-seen-before performance. Gliding AFD – All Marker bindings (except the Jester Pro) are equipped with a moveable AFD (Anti Friction Device), allowing a precise release unhindered by dirt, snow, and ice buildup. The type of AFD is matched to the skier type, ensuring perfect functionality from racing to junior and even alpine touring. Heel Inter-Pivot 2 Heel – The stunning heel construction delivers superior holding power for freeriding. The Inter Pivot Heel directs the power forces in the angle of elasticity improving the holding power and reducing pre-releases. Tour Mode Backcountry Comfort – The patented, ergonomically shaped lever under the boot allows comfortable opening and closing. The position prevents the binding from unwanted release and provides unparalleled security against an undesired "telemark" situation. Climbing Aids – The titanium climbing aid offers two 7° and 13° positions which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer pads dampen the impact reducing the irritating traditional “clack” and allow more comfortable hiking. Touring Base Plate – The wide frame construction is secured at several positions, perfectly distributing the pressure for unparalleled skiing performance. 2 sizes are available for optimum size range and stocking efficiency. Hollow Tech – Marker's fibre-reinforced frame base plate provides impressive riding stability and is yet very light due to the gas injected hollow construction. Touring Balance – Switching the lever to touring mode moves the whole binding 40 mm backward, allowing a more comfortable walking position and keeping the ski optimally balanced for kick turns and steep terrain. Boot Compatibility Sole.ID – Marker Sole.ID allows Marker Authorized Retailers to adjust Sole ID equipped bindings to both ISO 5355 (Alpine) and ISO 9523 (AT) boot sole norms, as well as GripWalk and WTR equipped boots. Size Large – Fits BSL (Boot Sole Lengths) 305 - 365 mm Additional Features EPF (Extended Power Frame) – The power booster. The power frame delivers breath-taking performance and amazing power transfer in every condition. Recommended for skis over 88 mm. Power Width Design – The original Marker breakthrough for wider freeskiing skis, based on a 76mm platform. Wider connection brackets create better power transmission for all Marker Royal Family and Tour bindings. Stand Height – 36 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 80+ lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Frame Length:Large Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced DIN / Release Value Low:4 DIN / Release Value High:13 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Tech, Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:3 Years More Size (mm) 110 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 1390
Marker Baron EPF 13 Small Alpine Touring
$379.00
When you only plan on maintaining one ski setup, but you need a combination of reliable ski area performance and acceptable touring effiiciency in your binding, the Marker Baron EPF 13 Small Alpine Touring Ski Bindings are a great option. Essentially a Marker Griffon ID binding with the toe and heel connected by a frame, the Baron EPF 13 is rock solid in both ski and tour modes, and functions just like your alpine binding when it's locked down. Compatible with all boot sole types from ISO 5355 Alpine to ISO 9523 Touring, as well as GripWalk and WTR. Product Details Toe Triple Pivot Elite 2 Toe – This toe construction allows for impressive retention when freeriding. The spring in the toe is inserted horizontally and with a sole plate inclined by 5° it provides the highest energy absorption so as to reduce the risk of early release. The large supporting surface optimizes power transmission and allows for great stresses and strains. In relation to their weight, toes with this technology therefore achieve a never-seen-before performance. Gliding AFD – All Marker bindings (except the Jester Pro) are equipped with a moveable AFD (Anti Friction Device), allowing a precise release unhindered by dirt, snow, and ice buildup. The type of AFD is matched to the skier type, ensuring perfect functionality from racing to junior and even alpine touring. Heel Inter-Pivot 2 Heel – The stunning heel construction delivers superior holding power for freeriding. The Inter Pivot Heel directs the power forces in the angle of elasticity improving the holding power and reducing pre-releases. Tour Mode Backcountry Comfort – The patented, ergonomically shaped lever under the boot allows comfortable opening and closing. The position prevents the binding from unwanted release and provides unparalleled security against an undesired "telemark" situation. Climbing Aids – The titanium climbing aid offers two 7° and 13° positions which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer pads dampen the impact reducing the irritating traditional “clack” and allow more comfortable hiking. Touring Base Plate – The wide frame construction is secured at several positions, perfectly distributing the pressure for unparalleled skiing performance. 2 sizes are available for optimum size range and stocking efficiency. Hollow Tech – Marker's fibre-reinforced frame base plate provides impressive riding stability and is yet very light due to the gas injected hollow construction. Touring Balance – Switching the lever to touring mode moves the whole binding 40 mm backward, allowing a more comfortable walking position and keeping the ski optimally balanced for kick turns and steep terrain. Boot Compatibility Sole.ID – Marker Sole.ID allows Marker Authorized Retailers to adjust Sole ID equipped bindings to both ISO 5355 (Alpine) and ISO 9523 (AT) boot sole norms, as well as GripWalk and WTR equipped boots. Size Small – Fits BSL (Boot Sole Lengths) 265 - 325 mm Additional Features EPF (Extended Power Frame) – The power booster. The power frame delivers breath-taking performance and amazing power transfer in every condition. Recommended for skis over 88 mm. Power Width Design – The original Marker breakthrough for wider freeskiing skis, based on a 76mm platform. Wider connection brackets create better power transmission for all Marker Royal Family and Tour bindings. Stand Height – 36 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 80+ lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Frame Length:Small Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced DIN / Release Value Low:4 DIN / Release Value High:13 Warranty:3 Years More Size (mm) 110 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 1375
Marker Alpinist 9 Alpine Touring
$399.00
You know who you are. Your idea of a good time is a week-long traverse above treeline, and 5,000 vertical feet of climbing is a piece of cake. Your whole setup is as light as you can make it without sacrificing reliability, and a 500 gram tech binding feels like an anchor on your feet. You need the Marker Marker Alpinist 9 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings ASAP. Super light at 245 grams per side without brakes, but with features like three climbing levels, fore-aft adjustability and elastic travel at the heel, and the option to add a brake that simply aren't available with race tech bindings, the Alpinist sets a new bar for sustained backcountry travel. Product Details Toe PinTech Toe – Twin spring, with carbon reinforcement. Visual Step-In Support – Integrated rubber pads simplify stepping in. Heel Rotate Pivot Heel – Dynamic Length Compensation with 4 mm of movement as ski flexes. Heel Housing and Boot Flush – Zero gap between boot and heel piece. Vertical Release – Fit with Medium spring. Low and High springs available separately. Adjustable Lateral Release – 4 - 9 Non-ISO Tour Mode 0°/5°/9° Climbing Aid – 0° walking option for flat or rolling approaches, easy to reach and adjust. Boot Compatibility One Size Fits All – Boots with tech inserts at toe and heel are required. Length Adjustment | 15mm – Adjustment for different boot sole lengths. Additional Features Anti-Icing Toe and Heel Wide Drill Pattern – 38 mm footprint provides excellent power transmission. Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Brakes Available Separately – 90, 105 and 115 mm Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced DIN / Release Value Low:4 DIN / Release Value High:9 Boot Sole Type:Tech, Tech Only Warranty:3 Years
Marker F12 Tour EPF Large Alpine Touring
$429.00
Join the happy crowds heading to the sidecountry and backcountry without giving up downhill performance with the Marker F12 Tour EPF Large Alpine Touring Ski Bindings. The F12 Tour EPF is one of the lightest frame type AT bindings around, and functions just like your tried-and-true Marker alpine bindings, but the frame unlocks to permit a raised heel for touring. The wide footprint EPF and Hollow Linkage heel transmit energy with precision while keeping weight to a minimum. The F12 Tour is the perfect solution for those seeking to use one set of skis and bindings for a mix of lift and self-powered skiing. Product Details Toe Triple Pivot Light Toe – The compact toe features a horizontally inserted spring. Together with the gliding plate the gliding elements integrated into the sole holders ensure a very precise release behavior which is comparable to all other Marker bindings. Why should touring skiers and freestylers accept any compromises? An aluminium bridge on the top provides additional support without adding any extra weight. Gliding AFD – All Marker bindings (except the Jester Pro) are equipped with a moveable AFD (Anti Friction Device), allowing a precise release unhindered by dirt, snow, and ice buildup. The type of AFD is matched to the skier type, ensuring perfect functionality from racing to junior and even alpine touring. Heel Hollow Linkage Heel – This heel was redesigned from the ground up to optimize retention for all types of alpine and touring soles. The aluminium hollow axle saves on weight and maximizes the torsional stiffness. This very robust heel construction is best suited for the most strenuous of requirements. Tour Mode Backcountry Comfort – The patented, ergonomically shaped lever under the boot allows comfortable opening and closing. The position prevents the binding from unwanted release and provides unparalleled security against an undesired "telemark" situation. Climbing Aids – The titanium climbing aid offers two 7° and 13° positions which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer pads dampen the impact reducing the irritating traditional “clack” and allow more comfortable hiking. Touring Base Plate – The wide frame construction is secured at several positions, perfectly distributing the pressure for unparalleled skiing performance. 2 sizes are available for optimum size range and stocking efficiency. Hollow Tech – Marker's fibre-reinforced frame base plate provides impressive riding stability and is yet very light due to the gas injected hollow construction. Touring Balance – Switching the lever to touring mode moves the whole binding 40 mm backward, allowing a more comfortable walking position and keeping the ski optimally balanced for kick turns and steep terrain. Boot Compatibility Sole.ID – Marker Sole.ID allows Marker Authorized Retailers to adjust Sole ID equipped bindings to both ISO 5355 (Alpine) and ISO 9523 (AT) boot sole norms, as well as GripWalk and WTR equipped boots. Size Large – Fits BSL (Boot Sole Lengths) 305 - 365 mm Additional Features EPF (Extended Power Frame) – The power booster. The power frame delivers breath-taking performance and amazing power transfer in every condition. Recommended for skis over 88 mm. Power Width Design – The original Marker breakthrough for wider freeskiing skis, based on a 76mm platform. Wider connection brackets create better power transmission for all Marker Royal Family and Tour bindings. Stand Height – 36 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 80 - 250 lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Frame Length:Large Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced DIN / Release Value Low:4 DIN / Release Value High:12 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:3 Years More Size (mm) 110 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 1117
Marker F12 Tour EPF Small Alpine Touring
$429.00
Join the happy crowds heading to the sidecountry and backcountry without sacrifiicing any downhill performance or reliability with the Marker F12 Tour EPF Small Alpine Touring Ski Bindings. The F12 Tour EPF is one of the lightest frame type AT bindings around, and functions just like your tried-and-true Marker alpine bindings, but the frame unlocks to permit a raised heel for touring. The wide footprint EPF and Hollow Linkage heel transmit energy with precision while keeping weight to a minimum. The F12 Tour is the perfect solution for those seeking to use one set of skis and bindings for a mix of lift and self-powered skiing. Product Details Toe Triple Pivot Light Toe – The compact toe features a horizontally inserted spring. Together with the gliding plate the gliding elements integrated into the sole holders ensure a very precise release behavior which is comparable to all other Marker bindings. Why should touring skiers and freestylers accept any compromises? An aluminium bridge on the top provides additional support without adding any extra weight. Gliding AFD – All Marker bindings (except the Jester Pro) are equipped with a moveable AFD (Anti Friction Device), allowing a precise release unhindered by dirt, snow, and ice buildup. The type of AFD is matched to the skier type, ensuring perfect functionality from racing to junior and even alpine touring. Heel Hollow Linkage Heel – This heel was redesigned from the ground up to optimize retention for all types of alpine and touring soles. The aluminium hollow axle saves on weight and maximizes the torsional stiffness. This very robust heel construction is best suited for the most strenuous of requirements. Tour Mode Backcountry Comfort – The patented, ergonomically shaped lever under the boot allows comfortable opening and closing. The position prevents the binding from unwanted release and provides unparalleled security against an undesired "telemark" situation. Climbing Aids – The titanium climbing aid offers two 7° and 13° positions which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer pads dampen the impact reducing the irritating traditional “clack” and allow more comfortable hiking. Touring Base Plate – The wide frame construction is secured at several positions, perfectly distributing the pressure for unparalleled skiing performance. 2 sizes are available for optimum size range and stocking efficiency. Touring Balance – Switching the lever to touring mode moves the whole binding 40 mm backward, allowing a more comfortable walking position and keeping the ski optimally balanced for kick turns and steep terrain. Hollow Tech – Marker's fibre-reinforced frame base plate provides impressive riding stability and is yet very light due to the gas injected hollow construction. Boot Compatibility Sole.ID – Marker Sole.ID allows Marker Authorized Retailers to adjust Sole ID equipped bindings to both ISO 5355 (Alpine) and ISO 9523 (AT) boot sole norms, as well as GripWalk and WTR equipped boots. Size Small – Fits BSL (Boot Sole Lengths) 265 - 325 mm Additional Features EPF (Extended Power Frame) – The power booster. The power frame delivers breath-taking performance and amazing power transfer in every condition. Recommended for skis over 88 mm. Power Width Design – The original Marker breakthrough for wider freeskiing skis, based on a 76mm platform. Wider connection brackets create better power transmission for all Marker Royal Family and Tour bindings. Stand Height – 36 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 80 - 250 lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Frame Length:Small Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced DIN / Release Value Low:4 DIN / Release Value High:12 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:3 Years More Size (mm) 110 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 1102
Marker Alpinist 12 Alpine Touring
$449.00
You know who you are. Your idea of a good time is a week-long traverse above treeline, and 5,000 vertical feet of climbing is a piece of cake. Your whole setup is as light as you can make it without sacrificing reliability, and a 500 gram tech binding feels like an anchor on your feet. You need the Marker Alpinist 12 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings ASAP. Super light at 245 grams per side without brakes, but with features like three climbing levels, fore-aft adjustability and elastic travel at the heel, and the option to add a brake that simply aren't available with race tech bindings, the Alpinist sets a new bar for sustained backcountry travel. Product Details Toe PinTech Toe – Twin spring, with carbon reinforcement. Visual Step-In Support – Integrated rubber pads simplify stepping in. Heel Rotate Pivot Heel – Dynamic Length Compensation with 4 mm of movement as ski flexes. Heel Housing and Boot Flush – Zero gap between boot and heel piece. Vertical Release – Fit with Medium spring. Low and High springs available separately. Adjustable Lateral Release – 4 - 9 Non-ISO Tour Mode 0°/5°/9° Climbing Aid – 0° walking option for flat or rolling approaches, easy to reach and adjust. Boot Compatibility One Size Fits All – Boots with tech inserts at toe and heel are required. Length Adjustment | 15mm – Adjustment for different boot sole lengths. Additional Features Anti-Icing Toe and Heel Wide Drill Pattern – 38 mm footprint provides excellent power transmission. Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Brakes Available Separately – 90, 105 and 115 mm Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Advanced-Expert DIN / Release Value Low:6 DIN / Release Value High:12 Boot Sole Type:Tech, Tech Only Warranty:3 Years
Marker Duke Pro EPF 18 Large Alpine Touring
$479.00
OK, you're big, strong and huck like an animal, and those wimpy 16 DIN bindings just don't cut the mustard. Marker hears your pain, and has responded this year with the Marker Duke Pro EPF 18 Large Alpine Touring Ski Bindings. A touring-capable version of their freeride comp Jester Pro, the Duke Pro EPF 18 is the solution for the biggest, most aggro skiers in the land who still need to be able to skin to the top of those outrageous lines. Product Details Toe Triple Pivot Elite 2 Toe – This toe construction allows for impressive retention when freeriding. The spring in the toe is inserted horizontally and with a sole plate inclined by 5° it provides the highest energy absorption so as to reduce the risk of early release. The large supporting surface optimizes power transmission and allows for great stresses and strains. In relation to their weight, toes with this technology therefore achieve a never-seen-before performance. AFD Gliding Plate – Stainless steel and height adjustable, this plate is fixed on the Duke Pro. Heel Inter-Pivot 2 Heel – The stunning heel construction delivers superior holding power for freeriding. The Inter Pivot Heel directs the power forces in the angle of elasticity improving the holding power and reducing pre-releases. Tour Mode Backcountry Comfort – The patented, ergonomically shaped lever under the boot allows comfortable opening and closing. The position prevents the binding from unwanted release and provides unparalleled security against an undesired "telemark" situation. Climbing Aids – The titanium climbing aid offers two 7° and 13° positions which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer pads dampen the impact reducing the irritating traditional “clack” and allow more comfortable hiking. Touring Base Plate – The wide frame construction is secured at several positions, perfectly distributing the pressure for unparalleled skiing performance. 2 sizes are available for optimum size range and stocking efficiency. Hollow Tech – Marker's fibre-reinforced frame base plate provides impressive riding stability and is yet very light due to the gas injected hollow construction. Touring Balance – Switching the lever to touring mode moves the whole binding 40 mm backward, allowing a more comfortable walking position and keeping the ski optimally balanced for kick turns and steep terrain. Boot Compatibility Sole.ID – Marker Sole.ID allows Marker Authorized Retailers to adjust Sole ID equipped bindings to both ISO 5355 (Alpine) and ISO 9523 (AT) boot sole norms, as well as GripWalk and WTR equipped boots. Size Large – Fits BSL (Boot Sole Lengths) 305 - 365 mm Additional Features EPF (Extended Power Frame) – The power booster. The power frame delivers breath-taking performance and amazing power transfer in every condition. Recommended for skis over 88 mm. Power Width Design – The original Marker breakthrough for wider freeskiing skis, based on a 76mm platform. Wider connection brackets create better power transmission for all Marker Royal Family and Tour bindings. Stand Height – 36 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 130+ lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Frame Length:Large Ability Level:Advanced-Expert DIN / Release Value Low:8 DIN / Release Value High:18 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:3 Years More Size (mm) 110 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 1395
Marker Duke Pro EPF 18 Small Alpine Touring
$479.00
OK, you're big, strong and huck like an animal, and those wimpy 16 DIN bindings just don't cut the mustard. Marker hears your pain, and has responded this year with the Marker Duke Pro EPF 18 Small Alpine Touring Ski Bindings. A touring-capable version of their freeride comp Jester Pro, the Duke Pro EPF 18 is the solution for the biggest, most aggro skiers in the land who still need to be able to skin to the top of those outrageous lines. Product Details Toe Triple Pivot Elite 2 Toe – This toe construction allows for impressive retention when freeriding. The spring in the toe is inserted horizontally and with a sole plate inclined by 5° it provides the highest energy absorption so as to reduce the risk of early release. The large supporting surface optimizes power transmission and allows for great stresses and strains. In relation to their weight, toes with this technology therefore achieve a never-seen-before performance. AFD Gliding Plate – Stainless steel and height adjustable, this plate is fixed on the Duke Pro. Heel Inter-Pivot 2 Heel – The stunning heel construction delivers superior holding power for freeriding. The Inter Pivot Heel directs the power forces in the angle of elasticity improving the holding power and reducing pre-releases. Tour Mode Backcountry Comfort – The patented, ergonomically shaped lever under the boot allows comfortable opening and closing. The position prevents the binding from unwanted release and provides unparalleled security against an undesired "telemark" situation. Climbing Aids – The titanium climbing aid offers two 7° and 13° positions which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer pads dampen the impact reducing the irritating traditional “clack” and allow more comfortable hiking. Touring Base Plate – The wide frame construction is secured at several positions, perfectly distributing the pressure for unparalleled skiing performance. 2 sizes are available for optimum size range and stocking efficiency. Hollow Tech – Marker's fibre-reinforced frame base plate provides impressive riding stability and is yet very light due to the gas injected hollow construction. Touring Balance – Switching the lever to touring mode moves the whole binding 40 mm backward, allowing a more comfortable walking position and keeping the ski optimally balanced for kick turns and steep terrain. Boot Compatibility Sole.ID – Marker Sole.ID allows Marker Authorized Retailers to adjust Sole ID equipped bindings to both ISO 5355 (Alpine) and ISO 9523 (AT) boot sole norms, as well as GripWalk and WTR equipped boots. Size Small – Fits BSL (Boot Sole Lengths) 265 - 325 mm Additional Features EPF (Extended Power Frame) – The power booster. The power frame delivers breath-taking performance and amazing power transfer in every condition. Recommended for skis over 88 mm. Power Width Design – The original Marker breakthrough for wider freeskiing skis, based on a 76mm platform. Wider connection brackets create better power transmission for all Marker Royal Family and Tour bindings. Stand Height – 36 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 130+ lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Frame Length:Small Ability Level:Advanced-Expert DIN / Release Value Low:8 DIN / Release Value High:18 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:3 Years More Size (mm) 110 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 1380
Atomic Backland Tour + Brake Alpine Touring
$549.95
The Atomic Backland Tour + Brake Alpine Touring Ski Bindings flew under the radar for much of last season, with most of the fanfare reserved for the newer "crossover" touring bindings, but they didn't escape the notice of a big segment of the hard core touring community. Skiers looking for race binding simplicity with bomber durability and the ability to adjust for different boot sole lengths didn't have to look far to find their answer, and the Backland Tour turned out to be money. It's rare that a new tech binding hits the North American market with no glitches and no reported failures in its first season, but the Backland Tour seems to have done it, and considering how hard some users have been pushing the binding that's commendable. Product Details Toe Alloy Frame and Toe Arms Patented Step-In Aid Heel Classic "U" Spring Design 3 Release Value Options – "Women," "Men," and "Expert" Springs Included Tour Mode 2 Climbing Aid Lifters Flat Touring Mode Accessed by Turning Heel 90° Boot Compatibility Boots with Tech Toe and Heel Fittings Additional Features Adjustment Range – 30mm Wider 40mm Mount Pattern for Stability with Wider Skis Crampon Compatible Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Advanced-Expert Boot Sole Type:Tech, Tech Only Warranty:2 Years Size (mm) 100 110 120 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 402
Salomon MTN + Brake Alpine Touring
$549.95
The earliest tech bindings featured a swappable "U" spring and a stripped-down design with very few moving parts. It was a pretty good idea; some of those bindings are still in use today. Salomon brings back the best of the old-school and adds a few modern touches with the Salomon MTN + Brake Alpine Touring Ski Bindings, and we're glad they did. Unlike early "U" spring heels and most current race bindings, the MTN heel body pivots underneath the binding top plate so the flippable lifters are always pointing forward. Some other welcome changes are the wider 40 mm footprint, a full 30 mm of fore/aft heel adjustment (handy for those with more than one pair of tech boots in the quiver), and three release value options (you need to swap the spring to change release value). At just under 400 grams for the version with brakes, the MTN is a minimalist touring binding with the guts to survive some seriously rigorous use. Product Details Toe Alloy Base Plate and Toe Arms Boot Alignment Guide 40 mm Mounting Pattern Crampon Slots Heel U Spring Design – 3 release value options - "Women," "Men," and "Expert" are available by swapping the included springs. Independent Brake Locking – Brakes lock with a latch and are not dependent on twisting the heel. Tour Mode Three Climbing Levels – Flat, medium and high climbing levels are realized by flipping the approprate pole-accessible lifter(s). Lifters Always Face Forward – Heelpiece body rotates underneath binding top plate. Locking Toe Lever – Lock in the "up" position for skinning. Boot Compatibility Requires a Boot with Tech Fittings 30 mm Adjustment – Accommodates a wide range of boot sole lengths; handy for those with more than one pair of touring boots. Additional Features Brakeless Compatible – Convert to brakeless operation by removing the heel and substituting a different baseplate (included). Lateral Release Value Fixed According to Installed U Spring Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Advanced-Expert Boot Sole Type:Tech, Tech Only Warranty:5 Years Size (mm) 80 90 100 110 120 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 392
Marker Kingpin 10 Alpine Touring
$599.00
When it comes to tech bindings you can use for daily skiing, the Marker Kingpin 10 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings still rule the roost. Light enough for adventurous touring but tough enough to slap on your daily drivers, the Kingpin 10 simply gets the job done with a weight of only 758 grams per foot. In addition, the power transmission with the spring-loaded Kingpin heel unit is a an improvement you'll feel over the traditional twin-pin tech heel connection. A favorite of hard charging backcountry types and working snow professionals. *Please Note: These bindings have updated toe pieces from Marker and are not affected by the August, 2018 recall.* Product Details Toe Kingpin Toe – The PinTech design on the KingPin toe piece promotes an ergonomic rolling up the foot and the most direct possible connection to the ski. Six steel springs capture the energy optimally, up to a DIN setting of 13. Individually adjustable positioning blocks make it quick and easy to step in no matter what the conditions. Updated Toe – These bindings have updated toe pieces from Marker and are not affected by the August, 2018 recall. Heel Kingpin Heel – The revolutionary heel construction for the PinTech bindings features wide sole contact points to deliver the kind of direct, lossless power transfer more frequently seen in alpine bindings. Tour Mode Kingpin Climbing Aid | 0° / 7° / 13° – Good climbing aids have one thing in common: Whatever the situation, they can be operated by feel, even when the skier can't see them clearly. Simplicity is a virtue here, and reduced exertion is even better. The KINGPIN wins hearts and minds through two integrated climbing aids (7° and 13°) that are easily deployed or stowed using the basket of the pole. They can also be operated conveniently using the tip of the pole, allowing them to work with any basket style. Because the climbing aids are positioned in the upper center of the heel piece, they are always easy to reach. Walk / Ski Modes – The refined locking/unlocking procedure for the heel piece is part of the binding's charm. It takes just one step to switch from walk to ski mode: Simply flip a lever, push down on the heel and you're good to go. The mechanism works even in critical situations and challenging descents. Boot Compatibility One Size Fits All – Boots with tech toe fittings are required. Additional Features TÜV Certified to ISO/DIN 13992:2007 – The Marker Kingpin is one of only a few tech touring bindings to have passed the ISO/DIN 13992 standard. Stand Height – 21 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 100 - 230 lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Two Brake Sizes – 75-100 mm and 100-125 mm Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced DIN / Release Value Low:5 DIN / Release Value High:10 Boot Sole Type:Tech Warranty:3 Years More Size (mm) 75-100 100-125 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 758
Armada Shift MNC 13 Alpine Touring
$599.95
A new addition for Armada coming in stylish jet black, the Armada Shift MNC 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings promise to take you to new heights both in and out of bounds. A totally new concept developed from scratch by Amer co-brand Salomon, the Shift toe piece changes from a low profile conventional toe in ski mode to a fully "pinned" tech toe for skinning. The binding feels like a lighter, lower Warden 13 going downhill, then lets you engage your tech-toed boot to smoothly skin uphill. With a weight of 865 grams per binding, the Shift is a remarkable advance in both skiing and touring performance relative to frame AT bindings, and a very viable choice for those who want to ski lift-served terrain and true backcountry on a single setup. Product Details Toe Dual Mode Toepiece – MNC (Multi-Norm Certified) for skiing, including WTR soles. Converts to a tech toe for touring (requires a boot with tech toe fittings). XL Wings – Long wings for a great envelopment of the boots. Toe Height Adjustable – Adjustable toe height to let you switch between different boot norms. Lateral Elasticity – 47mm Easy Step-In – Less effort needed to step-in and out of bindings. Sliding Toe Pedal Heel Freeski Brakes – Self retracting brakes adapted to modern skis and practices. Eliminates hang ups on switch landings. Tour Mode Hike and Ride Switch – A switch lever to shift between hike and ski mode. Accessing Toe for Touring – 1. Pull back on block between toe wings to open tech arms. 2. Depress front lever to widen arms to step in. 3. Pull up on lever to lock arms securely for skinning. Preparing Heel for Touring – Pull back on the brake pad and fix the brake in the "up" position by stepping down on the pad. Climbing Aids – 2° & 10° Boot Compatibility Multi Norm Compatibile (MNC) – Compatible with all adult boot sole types, including ISO 5355 Alpine, ISO 9523 Touring, WTR (Walk to Ride) and GripWalk. Tech Toe Fittings Required For Use In Uphill (Touring) Mode Requires Boot with Full Heel and Toe Lugs – Not compatible with boots like the Dynafit Hoji and TLT, Atomic Backland, Salomon X-Alp and Arc'teryx Procline, among others. These boots have shortened or non-existent lugs and will not fit into the Shift in downhill mode. Not Compatible with Boots Equipped with Dynafit Quickstep Inserts Additional Features Low Profile Chassis – Low stand height for increased terrain feedback and enhanced power transmission. Oversized Platform – Super wide platform enabling high transfer of energy, even on wide skis. Elastic Travel – Ultimate elastic travel to hold in boots during impact in order to go bigger with no risk of pre-release. Carbon-Infused PA Construction Adjustment Range – 30mm Height – 30mm Compatible with Salomon S/LAB Shift Crampons Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Advanced-Expert More DIN / Release Value Low:6 DIN / Release Value High:13 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Tech, Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:2 Years Size (mm) 90 100 110 120 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 865
Atomic Shift MNC 13 Alpine Touring
$599.95
With an all-new design reminiscent of something out of the Transformer movies, the Atomic Shift MNC 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings promise to set a new bar for power and reliability in the backcountry. In ski mode, the Shift MNC looks like a low profile alpine binding with a long nose, but pull the SHIFT bar on the toe rearward and a set of tech "wings" pops open for touring (yes, you will need a boot with tech fittings to skin uphill). The beauty of the Shift is that it skis pretty much just like a 13 DIN alpine binding (the Warden 13 comes to mind) but weighs under 900 grams (compared to nearly 1500 grams for a Guardian) and features a much smoother touring action. If you're bummed by the weight of your frame AT bindings but are wary of using a tech binding for committed hard charging, the Shift MNC is the burning light at the end of the tunnel. Product Details Toe Dual Mode Toepiece – MNC (Multi-Norm Certified) for skiing, including WTR soles. Converts to a tech toe for touring (requires a boot with tech toe fittings). XL Wings – Long wings for a great envelopment of the boots. Toe Height Adjustment – Adjustable toe height to let you switch between different boot norms. Lateral Elasticity – 47mm Easy Step-In – Less effort needed to step-in and out of bindings. Sliding Toe Pedal Heel Freeski Brakes – Self-retracting brakes for a close position to the heel so they never catch. Tour Mode Hike and Ride Switch – A switch lever to shift between hike and ski mode. Accessing Toe for Touring – 1. Pull back on block between toe wings to open tech arms. 2. Depress front lever to widen arms to step in. 3. Pull up on lever to lock arms securely for skinning. Preparing Heel for Touring – Pull back on the brake pad and fix the brake in the "up" position by stepping down on the pad. Climbing Aids – 2° & 10° Boot Compatibility Multi Norm Certified (MNC) – Compatible with all adult boot sole types, including ISO 5355 Alpine, ISO 9523 Touring, WTR (Walk to Ride) and GripWalk. Tech Toe Fittings Required For Use In Uphill (Touring) Mode Requires Boot with Full Heel and Toe Lugs – Not compatible with boots like the Dynafit Hoji and TLT, Atomic Backland, Salomon X-Alp and Arc'teryx Procline, among others. These boots have shortened or non-existent lugs and will not fit into the Shift in downhill mode. Not Compatible with Boots Equipped with Dynafit Quickstep Inserts Additional Features +Elastic Travel – Ultimate elastic travel to hold in boots during impact in order to go bigger with no risk of pre-release. Low Profile Chassis – A low stand height improves your feel for the terrain and enhances power transmission to the ski. Oversized Platform – A super-wide platform allows for maximum lateral power transmission, especially for wider skis. Carbon-Infused PA Construction Adjustment Range – 30mm Height – 30mm Compatible with Salomon S/LAB Shift Crampons Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Advanced-Expert DIN / Release Value Low:6 DIN / Release Value High:13 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Tech, Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:2 Years Size (mm) 90 100 110 120 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 865
Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC Alpine Touring
$599.95
News of the Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC Alpine Touring Ski Bindings struck the ski industry like a bolt from the blue last season. A totally new concept developed from scratch by Salomon athlete Cody Townsend and binding designer Benoit Sublet, the Shift toe piece changes from a low profile conventional toe in ski mode to a fully "pinned" tech toe for skinning. The binding feels like a lighter, lower Warden 13 going downhill, then lets you engage your tech-toed boot to smoothly skin uphill. With a weight of 865 grams per binding, the Shift is a remarkable advance in both skiing and touring performance relative to frame AT bindings, and a very viable choice for those who want to ski lift-served terrain and true backcountry on a single setup. Product Details Toe Dual Mode Toepiece – MNC (Multi-Norm Certified) for skiing, including WTR soles. Converts to a tech toe for touring (requires a boot with tech toe fittings). XL Wings – Long wings for a great envelopment of the boots. Toe Height Adjustable – Adjustable toe height to let you switch between different boot norms. Lateral Elasticity – 47mm Easy Step-In – Less effort needed to step-in and out of bindings. Sliding Toe Pedal Heel Freeski Brakes – Self retracting brakes adapted to modern skis and practices. Eliminates hang ups on switch landings. Tour Mode Hike and Ride Switch – A switch lever to shift between hike and ski mode. Accessing Toe for Touring – 1. Pull back on block between toe wings to open tech arms. 2. Depress front lever to widen arms to step in. 3. Pull up on lever to lock arms securely for skinning. Preparing Heel for Touring – Pull back on the brake pad and fix the brake in the "up" position by stepping down on the pad. Climbing Aids – 2° & 10° Boot Compatibility Multi Norm Compatibile (MNC) – Compatible with all adult boot sole types, including ISO 5355 Alpine, ISO 9523 Touring, WTR (Walk to Ride) and GripWalk. Tech Toe Fittings Required For Use In Uphill (Touring) Mode Requires Boot with Full Heel and Toe Lugs – Not compatible with boots like the Dynafit Hoji and TLT, Atomic Backland, Salomon X-Alp and Arc'teryx Procline, among others. These boots have shortened or non-existent lugs and will not fit into the Shift in downhill mode. Not Compatible with Boots Equipped with Dynafit Quickstep Inserts Additional Features Low Profile Chassis – Low stand height for increased terrain feedback and enhanced power transmission. Oversized Platform – Super wide platform enabling high transfer of energy, even on wide skis. +Elastic Travel – Ultimate elastic travel to hold in boots during impact in order to go bigger with no risk of pre-release. Carbon-Infused PA Construction Adjustment Range – 30mm Height – 30mm Compatible with Salomon S/LAB Shift Crampons Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Advanced-Expert DIN / Release Value Low:6 DIN / Release Value High:13 Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Tech, Walk to Ride (WTR), GripWalk Warranty:2 Years Size (mm) 90 100 110 120 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 865
Marker Kingpin 13 Alpine Touring
$649.00
When it comes to tech bindings you can use for daily skiing, the Marker Kingpin 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings still rule the roost. Light enough for adventurous touring but tough enough to slap on your daily drivers, the Kingpin 13 simply gets the job done with a weight of only 758 grams per foot. In addition, the power transmission with the spring-loaded Kingpin heel unit is a an improvement you'll feel over the traditional twin-pin tech heel connection. A favorite of hard charging backcountry types and working snow professionals. *Please Note: These bindings have updated toe pieces from Marker and are not affected by the August, 2018 recall.* Product Details Toe Kingpin Toe – The PinTech design on the KingPin toe piece promotes an ergonomic rolling up the foot and the most direct possible connection to the ski. Six steel springs capture the energy optimally, up to a DIN setting of 13. Individually adjustable positioning blocks make it quick and easy to step in no matter what the conditions. Updated Toe – These bindings have updated toe pieces from Marker and are not affected by the August, 2018 recall. Heel Kingpin Heel – The revolutionary heel construction for the PinTech bindings features wide sole contact points to deliver the kind of direct, lossless power transfer more frequently seen in alpine bindings. Tour Mode Kingpin Climbing Aid | 0° / 7° / 13° – Good climbing aids have one thing in common: Whatever the situation, they can be operated by feel, even when the skier can't see them clearly. Simplicity is a virtue here, and reduced exertion is even better. The KINGPIN wins hearts and minds through two integrated climbing aids (7° and 13°) that are easily deployed or stowed using the basket of the pole. They can also be operated conveniently using the tip of the pole, allowing them to work with any basket style. Because the climbing aids are positioned in the upper center of the heel piece, they are always easy to reach. Walk / Ski Modes – The refined locking/unlocking procedure for the heel piece is part of the binding's charm. It takes just one step to switch from walk to ski mode: Simply flip a lever, push down on the heel and you're good to go. The mechanism works even in critical situations and challenging descents. Boot Compatibility One Size Fits All – Boots with tech toe fittings are required. Additional Features TÜV Certified to ISO/DIN 13992:2007 – The Marker Kingpin is one of only a few tech touring bindings to have passed the ISO/DIN 13992 standard. Stand Height – 21 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 130+ lbs Crampon Compatible – 80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately. Two Brake Sizes – 75-100 mm and 100-125 mm Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Advanced-Expert DIN / Release Value Low:6 DIN / Release Value High:13 Boot Sole Type:Tech Warranty:3 Years More Size (mm) 75-100 100-125 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 758
Marker Kingpin M-Werks 12 Alpine Touring
$729.00
Love the way the "traditional" spring-loaded heel of the Kingpin skis, but looking for something a bit lighter for those long days on the skintrack? The Marker M-Werks elves have been working overtime to shave weight from virtually every part of the Kingpin to roll out the Marker Kingpin M-Werks 12 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings with just that goal in mind. From the minimalist carbon-reinforced toe to the shaved-down walk mode lever, the Kingpin M-Werks 12 drops mass everywhere to come in at 620 grams per side including brake to set a new weight standard in the "freeride tour" class. Product Details Toe Ultralight Dual Spring Toe Piece – The Kingpin M-Werks toe piece features a 30% share of long-fiber carbon, which allows for a design that is simultaneously lighter and stiffer than comparable gear. As a result, it requires only two springs. The visual mounting aids that let the skier quickly identify the correct position of the pins relative to the boot. “Anti ice pads” made of dynamic elastomer prevent the sensitive areas below the springs of the toe piece and on the brakes from freezing in extreme cold temperatures. This mechanism also shakes off ice when the toe piece is opened or closed. Anti-Ice Pads – Elastomer pads under the toe springs help prevent snow and ice buildup. Visual Mounting Aids Help Skier Position Boot Heel Ultra Light and Stiff Heel – A new material mix in the heel improves power transfer and rigidity thanks to a lightweight plastic that features 30% long-fiber carbon. Dynamic Length Adjustment for Ski Flex Over 6mm Lighter XXL Power Transmitters 38 mm Footprint Tour Mode Climbing Modes – 0°, 7° and 13° - Easily adjusted with ski pole. New Ergonomic Ski / Walk Lever is Thinner and Easier to Engage Boot Compatibility Requires Tech Fittings at the Toe and ISO 9523 Touring or ISO 5355 Alpine Heel Dimensions Adjustment Range – 28 mm (+ or - 14 mm) Ski Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Type:Tech Length:Any Ability Level:Advanced-Expert DIN / Release Value Low:5 DIN / Release Value High:12 Boot Sole Type:Tech Warranty:1 Year Size 100 125 Indiv. Binding Weight (g) 620
Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD 130 Alpine Touring
$799.99
When the original Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD dropped a few seasons ago, it created some pretty big waves in the freeride ski industry. Never before had there been a boot that was light enough for extended touring and still skied like a legit 130 flex boot. The new Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD 130 Alpine Touring Ski Boots retain all that was remarkable about the first generation while addressing a few areas that could stand an update. A slightly thicker, more supportive liner, more minimalist buckles, and a move to Gripwalk soles improve functionality and comfort and make compatibility with alpine bindings less complicated. The great touring mode, highly adaptable Memory Fit shell and super responsive performance remain unchanged. Still a winner. Product Details Fit Last: 98 mm – A narrow and low volume touring last. Memory Fit – Advanced heat-fitting technology creates a fully personalized shell, cuff and liner in minutes. The key is Memolink, Atomic's special additive that improves the moldability and stretch of their plastics. Expansion can be up to 6mm forefoot width and up to 10mm ankle width, resulting in a permanent and complete anatomical fit in minutes. See your bootfitter for details. Size Adjuster Included Flex Flex: 130 – A very stiff flex for maximum power and response, suitable for very fast and aggressive skiers. True Flex – This Atomic-exclusive shell material provides the same flex in a wide variety of temperatures so your boot won't feel too stiff in the winter or lose power in the spring. Liner Memory Fit 3D Platinum Light Liner – Features an anatomical fit and secure foot hold thanks to pre-shaped, thermo-formable ankle and heel zones. Standard Lace Included Shell Materials Prolite – Instead of starting with a standard construction and cutting material away to save weight, Prolite does the opposite. It starts with the slimmest possible profile and then builds up reinforcements in key areas where strength is needed - like the Energy Backbone down each boot spine. Energy Backbone – A reinforced, asymmetric backbone providing extra strength for powerful skiing plus enhanced lateral energy transmission for better edge grip. Shell – Polyamide Cuff – Polyamide Stance 3° Shell Rotation Forward Lean – 15° (Default) and 17° Ski/Walk Mode Free / Lock 2.0 – 74° Range of Motion with 13° (Default) and 15° Adjustable Forward Lean Options. Simple, Light and Bombproof. Frictionless Pivot – Igus polymer bearings provide completely natural movement for effortless ascents. Buckles 7000 Series Aluminum Buckles Power Strap 50mm Cam Strap Sole Investment Cast Tech Inserts Skywalk GripWalk Sole Additional Features Tongue Stabilizer Specs Ability Level:Advanced-Expert Includes Tech Fittings:Yes Touring UsedFor:Mid-Range Ski Boot Flex:Very Stiff Forefoot Width:98 mm Liner Type:Semi-Custom Flex Index:130 Number of Buckles:4 Boot Sole Type:Tech, GripWalk Series:Hawx XTD Warranty:2 Years Size 24.5 25.5 26.5 27.5 28.5 29.5 Indiv. Boot Weight (g) 1430 Boot Sole Length (BSL) (mm) 282 292 302 312 322 332
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