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Talk about power transmission. The hard-driving, lightweight, and versatile Marker Squire Binding keeps you securely locked down when you're speeding down steep faces, snaking through bumps, or floating over pow. A Triple Pivot Light toe keeps the weight down but holds on with tenacity, like the beefier Marker models in the Royal Family. And the hollow linkage heel transfers energy with awesome efficiency. With a mid-range DIN of 3 to 11, the Squire is the crowd-pleaser in this line.

  • DIN 3-11
  • Triple Pivot Light toe
  • Hollow linkage heel
  • AFD stainless steel gliding plate

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would these with the 110 brakes fit on a...

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would these with the 110 brakes fit on a pair of rossignol star 7's, which have a 116 waist width? I am looking for a really light binding for the star 7, in a low to medium DIN range. any suggestions?

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The 110mm brake would fit over your 116mm waisted ski, they would just have to be bent by the shop that puts them on. Bending more than 10mm is not recommended usually but 6 should be fine. Salomon STH makes a really lightweight ski with a medium DIN range. Check out the STH, the one without the steel. SAL2684, you might have to find some bigger breaks from Salomon as we only go up to 100mm.

My toe pieces are loose...
Anyone have...

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My toe pieces are loose...
Anyone have recommendations for tightening them?
I haven't popped out, but don't like the wiggle factor (my last pair loosened as well). Thinking of going with a different alpine binding next time...

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Not really but just take them into any local ski shop and see what they say. If they are less than a year old it could be a warranty issue. I know you can adjust the silver gliding AFD back and forth to take up some slop vertically but can't recommend doing anything other than that.

Ski shop that carries Marker! And good luck. Only issues my family has had with Squires is kids in the park busting brakes because the heel doesn't hold the boot in good enough.


Is there a warranty on these skis? The...

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Is there a warranty on these skis? The brake system broke first day skiing on them.

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Marker has a 3 year warranty

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Brake is cheap.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

First day skiing on the binding I took a spill on the moguls and the bindings brake system snapped and shattered into pieces. The binding itself though held very well and was comfortable in transferring weight into the skis.

Would these suit a ripping, expert female...

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Would these suit a ripping, expert female skier who's on the lighter side ~120 lbs?

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Howdy Will,

These would be just fine for a such a female as you describe. I myself am an expert skier with a weight of 120 lbs (on a good day). I would have no qualms about using this binding.

Go for it! The DIN range is suitable for her size and ability level.

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Oh...and Hi WILL! How are you ; )
Now you know what part of my job entails here at! Hope CO is dumpin!

5 5

Love 'em

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've always had markers and they have always performed perfectly for me! I love these Squires with the green and the blue it looks beautiful on my Line Pandoras. I will continue to recommend these to all my girlfriends!

would this binding be a good fit for the...

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would this binding be a good fit for the k2 sight skis? and if so what brake width should i get for and intermediate skier

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Should be a good match. I would use the 90mm brake for that ski.

Would the 110 brake size fit a skI that...

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Would the 110 brake size fit a skI that is 111 underfoot?

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Yes that will work just fine. A 1mm bend is no big deal (.5mm per side).

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Love em

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Light, slick, gotta have em. I am an alpine, all mountain skier, perfect fit!

Would this binding be a good combination...

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Would this binding be a good combination with the Soul 7?

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If you don't need a DIN higher than 11 these would be a good match. Just be sure to get the 110mm brake variant.