Marker Tour F12 EPF Alpine Touring Bindings - 2015/2016

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Ski a fresh line every time with the Marker Tour F12 EPF alpine touring bindings. You can start your day riding lifts and once the pow is tracked out, switch to tour mode to check out the sidecountry.

  • Features

    • Extended Power Frame (EPF) design is 28% wider than previous versions of the Tour F12 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
    • Switching the levers to touring mode moves the bindings 40mm back on the ski for a more balanced stepping motion and easier kick-turning on steep slopes
    • Marker Tour F12 EPF bindings feature DIN release settings that are adjustable from 4 - 12
    • Hollow aluminum axles in the heels reduce weight while maximizing torsional stiffness; heels absorb energy to minimize unwanted release
    • 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
    • Ski crampons (not included) can be attached underfoot to increase climbing performance on icy slopes
    • Marker Tour F12 EPF Randonee Binding configuration requires a minimum ski width of 89mm
    • Size small fits boot sole lengths ranging from 265 - 325mm; size large fits boot sole lengths ranging from 305 - 365mm


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Boot Sole Compatibility

    Alpine (ISO 5355), GripWalk (ISO 23223), and Touring (ISO 9523)

    Lowest DIN


    Highest DIN


    Brake Width (mm)

    110 millimeters



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