Royal and loyal.
The Marker Squire Binding answers the call of the freeskier who loves pow, but will follow or lead friends anywhere they want to go. Lightweight, versatile, and energy-efficient, this is the binding that will keep them by your side.
- DIN 3-11, recommended for skiers 65-240lbs
- Triple Pivot Light toepiece is light and compact and features a compact design with a horizontally oriented spring
- Hollow Linkage step-in heel uses a hollow horizontal axle, lightweight and powerful
- Stainless steel gliding AFD (anti friction device) plate enables smooth release
- 90mm and 110mm brake widths are ample for mid-fat to fat skis
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Great, lightweight binding. No need to spend any more money on something higher end. This binding does a great job. Marker is my go to binding.
Going to get the Salomon Rocker2 115, would the 110mm brake work or should I go with a different binding? Thanks
The 110 brake will fit your skis perfectly. All ski brakes come with some adjustment to fit larger or smaller width skis, usually around 5-10mm adjustment.
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Skied shin-deep powder for days with excellent float and control thanks to these. I weigh 135 pounds and have tiny feet.
For folks thinking of mounting them on fat skis - 110mm brake just barely cleared 100mm waist on Volkl Kiku skis - contrary to the "ample width" in description.
Given these quite a few days already with no issues whatsoever. I am about 140 pounds. I purchased the 110mm brake bindings and waited for the right time to mount them on an every-day/all-mountain ski. My skis are only 95 mm under foot, but they are more than efficient. Great in-bounds binding for a lightweight dude/chick.
Will these be sturdy enough on Icelantic Shamans? (160, 110, 130)
Do these bindings have an adjustable toe height and AFD for using the bindings with AT boots?
Where can I get 115mm brakes for these to fit the Solomon Rocker2's 115mm underfoot?
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These bindings are light and strong and took me from hell to heaven.
Story: I bought a pair of 2011 Volkl Gotamas to better ski Mt. Hoods's wettish snow--especially the fresh stuff we call Cascade Concrete, rather than powder (because it comes down soft and creamy then sets like concrete in a couple hours). I needed a fat ski with rocker to help clear anything over boot deep, thus the Gotamas. My first choice of binding was unfortunate, as I went for a cheaper Salomon demo binding that Next Adventure had on the rack, because I thought I?d want to adjust my foot position forward, neutral, or back depending on the day (I ski 35 to 40 days a year). Silly me, I never adjusted the bindings from neutral as the ski was so fine--problem was that these demo binds were friggin heavy and the weight beat me up on the steep and deeep. Had to change up and find something ligther. Looked at the Salomon Z-12ti that a buddy recommended, and then studied the Marker Squire, which was even lighter, although it only had a din-11 setting. Finally bought the Squire's from the Mt. Hood Meadows Performance shop and had them set at neutral position.
I've skied 6 times since Thanksgiving 2012 , with most of those storm days. The skis were light underfoot and I could hit all my favorite bowls and even some off-piste stuff, the skis quick on pivots and lighter on the float, and I swear it gave me three more runs on the day. Had one minor crash when the binding came off, just when I needed it to and before a knee tweaked. Thanks Marker!