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Marker Tour F10 AT Ski Binding


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    Tour F10 AT Binding

    With 90mm brakes, Marker's Tour F10 AT Binding best fits the skinnier backcountry skis out there. Now, 90mm might not seem so skinny compared to alpine skis or those rando twigs that ski mountaineers love, but considering most backcountry skis look like powder skis, the Tour F10's 90mm compatibility accommodates skis specially designed for firmer snow. Marker made this binding with both backcountry and resort riders in mind, as it's compatible with both AT and regular alpine ski boots. It's equipped with an AFD sliding plate for safer releases, two heel risers, and a walk mode lever that lies flat when touring to keep you locked in on the skin track.
    • Alpine touring ski binding for skinnier backcountry skis
    • 3-10 DIN range, compatible with AT and alpine ski boots
    • Heel risers are easily adjustable with a ski poles
    • Tour mode lever lies flat to prevent unwanted release
    • Item #MRK003W

    Tech Specs

    Release Rating
    3 - 10
    Boot Compatibility
    alpine (ISO 5355), AT (ISO 9523)
    Brake Width
    Stand Height
    Heel Elevators
    7°, 13°
    Claimed Weight
    [pair, small] 4lb 3oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love this binding for its versatility. I use it for touring occasionally and skiing inbounds. I haven't had any issues skiing full throttle at the resort and while it is not the most lightweight option out there for touring, having one pair of skis/bindings to do it all is more of my jam. If you are looking for a binding to just ski the backcountry, look for a tech binding. If you are looking for just a resort binding, look for one that doesn't have a tour mode. If you are skiing the side-country, touring occasionally, and have 1 pair of skis to do it all, this binding is for you.