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  • Extended Power Frame (EPF) design is 28% wider than previous versions of the Baron to increase power transmission to your fat powder skis
  • Switch between downhill and touring mode using the levers located under your boots; lever position eliminates the chance of accidentally switching to touring mode while skiing
  • DIN 4 - 13 adjustment lets hard-charging skiers stomp huge landings and hit high speeds without worrying about pre-releasing
  • Climbing heel design offers 3 positions: flat, 7° and 13°; positions can be easily adjusted using a ski pole
  • Gliding antifriction devices at the toes of the bindings are height adjustable to accommodate both randonee and alpine boots
  • Low 36mm stand height creates a solid and secure connection to the ski
  • Included 110mm brakes fit wide skis and effectively stop runaway skis; brakes can be easily removed if desired
  • Heel design focuses power in direction of boot sole for superior holding power and energy transfer
  • Wide contact points efficiently transfer power to the skis
  • Marker Baron EPF Randonee Binding mounting configuration requires a minimum ski width of 89mm
  • Small size fits boot sole length of 265 - 325mm; large size fits boot sole length of 305 - 365mm


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Best Use Backcountry Skiing
Boot Compatibility Randonee / downhill
Lowest DIN 4
Highest DIN 13
Adjustment Range
265 - 325
305 - 365
Brake Width (mm) 110 millimeters
Weight Per Pair
2,600 grams
2,630 grams
Gender Unisex
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Do these come with mounting hardware?

Asked by: Raul Passerini
Yes, mounting hardware does come with these bindings. As with all alpine/Randonee/alpine touring equipment, the bindings should be mounted at a ski shop.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-10

Description says the brakes are 110mm. Will these bindings fit 116mm wide skis?

Asked by: Scottt
These brakes at 110mm are not recommended for 116mm skis.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-24

My skis are 112 wide so I would need a wider brake in order for this binding to work. What is the best way to get these bindings with a brake that will work for me?

Asked by: MontanaAndy
We suggest ordering the 120mm brake directly from Marker USA.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-26
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