Marker F10 Tour Alpine Touring Bindings - 2020/2021

$350.00
Color:Black
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Want a very light setup with solid all-mountain performance for all-day touring? The Marker F10 Tour bindings get you into ski touring, while offering years of great performance.

  • Features

    • SOLE.ID height-adjustable gliding plates allow you to use alpine or touring boots—compatible with Alpine ISO 5355, Alpine Touring ISO 9523 and GripWalk soles
    • Hollow linkage step-in heels reduce weight while maximizing torsional stiffness; heels absorb energy to minimize unwanted release
    • Hollow Tech fiber-reinforced frame baseplates provide impressive riding stability, yet are very light due to their gas-injected hollow construction
    • Climbing aids offer 7° and 13° positions to allow comfortable, relaxed uphill skinning; integrated elastomer pads damp impact, reducing that irritating "clack"
    • Triple Pivot Light toes with horizontally inserted springs combine with the gliding plates to ensure precise release behavior; lightweight aluminum bridges on top add support
    • AFD (antifriction device) gliding plates support a precise release almost entirely unhindered by dirt, snow and ice
    • Include 100 mm wide brakes
    • DIN range of 3 to 10 is a great choice for intermediate and lighter-weight skiers

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Boot Sole Compatibility

    Alpine (ISO 5355), GripWalk, and Touring (ISO 9523)

    Lowest DIN

    3

    Highest DIN

    10

    Adjustment Range

    S: 265-325 millimeters

    L: 305-365 millimeters

    Brake Width (mm)

    100 millimeters

    Heel Lift

    Yes

    Weight (Pair)

    4 lbs. 10 oz.

    Gender

    Unisex

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