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Description

The Squire protects and defends--all without weighing you down.

Geared for intermediate and aspiring intermediate skiers, the 11-DIN Marker Squire Binding offers top-shelf protection and performance in a lightweight, super-stable platform. The Squire's 3-11 DIN range offers room for growth--crank up the DIN as your confidence increases.
  • 3-11 DIN setting range accommodates intermediate and novice skiers alike
  • 90-millimeter brakes fit most all-mountain skis

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Will this binding work with all boots or...

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Will this binding work with all boots or is it limited to some smaller subset (and if so what boots will it work with)? Thanks!

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It will work with all alpine ski boots and some AT boots.

What is the weight of these bindings?

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What is the weight of these bindings?

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according to dominick layfield (see comment on review below) they weigh 1550g per pair with 110 mm brakes.

5 5

Great binding for the money, but be aware of freeride gear

I'm a ski patroller in Arizona and I had these bindings mounted on my work skis. I haven't had a problem with them until I bought a pair of AT boots that had vibram soles. I was told by my local ski shop that these bindings can accept AT boots, however after my boots arrived in the mail I took the skis and new boots to the mountains ski tech to have them adjusted. The next day I came back to some bad news. I was misinformed and that the marker book specifically says that these bindings WILL NOT accept any AT boot you have... As long as you have a boot that has a din sole you will be safe and love these bindings. I'm a pretty big guy and weigh in at 210Lbs, probably 25-30 more when I'm carrying all of my patrol gear and have yet to have any issuses with these bindings.

5 5

Great Overall Binding

With a DIN setting that goes to 11 this binding is stout enough for most skiers, but seems to be geared towards teens and women. It was on a pair of demo skis my wife tried and it was rock solid. It has all the benefits of the Marker wide ride design but is extremely light. She ordered the blue/green version for her new skis and couldn't be happier.

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good binder for kids

I would not use this for anyone over 100lbs, it does not feel strong enough.

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Just got a pair. Seems solid to me. I bought bindings for my wife's skis, but I would be happy to ski them myself. (I'm 160 lbs and ski with DIN at 8.)

Bindings are nice and light: 1550 g per pair with 110 mm brake.

BTW, "110 mm" means 110 mm in this case. You could just about get them on a 112 mm waist ski, but that's it. Any bigger and you are SOL. I assume this is the case for the entire Marker 'royal' product line, as I think the brakes are identical across the range.