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Lock your heels, free your mind.

The Marker 12.0 Free Binding brings all of Marker’s safety knowledge to keep you secure when you go big and push your skis to the limit. For 2010, Marker added an extra-wide mounting plate that gives you added lateral stiffness and torsional response on wider skis.
  • Stainless steel gliding AFD for durable, frictionless toe release
  • Biometric Pro toe-piece releases in every direction to prevent boot twist on ejection
  • Twin Cam Comfort heel system provides easier entry in soft snow without compromising retention

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2 5

Know what you want

These bindings have some nice features: easy entry/release, reasonably lightweight, good price. Probably best for carving or less aggressive off-piste runs.

But do not think these bindings can handle rails, park features, and any other instance where force is applied to them. These binding release VERY easy. This makes these bindings frustrating and dangerous when used aggressively.

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You sure you set the DIN correctly?

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these marker 12.0 2010 have been recalled for cracked and broken springs which allows them to release at anytime. take them back to get the replacement It was free at my marker dealer.

5 5

Great binding

mounted these to a pair of Head J.O. Pros. nice light binding, look great and the easy entry system works awsome in fresh pow...

4 5

Great budget binding

If you're looking for an inexpensive binding that's gonna get the job done, then look no further. I haven't had any problems with these mounted core center on my K2 Kung Fujas. I've got the DIN settings set pretty low to avoid twisting up my knees while learning to throw spins on ski's (previously a snowboarder) and still haven't had a problem with pre-release when jumping or riding switch. I use them all over the mountain and so far they've been great.

would these be a good choice for park/all...

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would these be a good choice for park/all mountain groomers or are they more of a BC binding?

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They would be great for all mountain use. They are not a backcountry binding.

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They handle pretty well for park and all mountain riding, but if you are throwing hard, or you are a bigger build, you might want to look for something a little higher up in the DIN range. Otherwise, definitely agree with Alex.

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I found these bindings to be horrible in the park. I had them on a pair of volkl dogens and I kept prereleasing while riding switch. Going forward they a good bindings but they suck at switch riding but that is cause they arent designed to be riden switch.