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Marker Squire 11 ID Ski Binding


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Squire 11 ID Ski Binding

You need a binding that will handle everything from bumps to powder to mellow lines through the trees, and the Marker Squire 11 ID Ski Binding hits all your criteria. This versatile binding offers powerful and smooth energy transmission from your boot to your ski, no matter what kind of terrain you take it down.

A Triple Pivot Light toe keeps the weight down but holds on with tenacity, just like the beefier Marker models in the Royal Family. The Squire's gliding AFD (anti-friction device) allows for safety and precision that is unhindered by dirt, snow, and ice buildup, while the Hollow Linkage Reel two-piece TwinCam heel allows for smooth, easy entry, even in snowy conditions. With a mid-range DIN of 3 to 11, the Squire is the crowd pleaser of the Royal Family and the Sole ID technology allows the shop to adjust the binding to fit an AT or traditional alpine sole.

  • A solid binding for chasing pow and ripping bumps
  • 3-11 DIN rating suits intermediate skiers
  • Triple Pivot Light toe is sturdy without weighing you down
  • Hollow Linkage Heel for easy on and off
  • Sole ID technology lets you use alpine and AT soles
  • Item #MRK004B

3 - 11
Brake Width
90mm, 110mm
Boot Compatibility
alpine, AT
Stand Height
Claimed Weight
3lb 6oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

People are DIN freaks and this is plenty

I've put it through the wringer

From my husband: I'm not the biggest guy at 5' 11'' and 155lbs, but I ski'd the Marker Squire for three seasons with absolutely no problems. I ski pretty aggressively (moguls, trees, and steeps) and also do some backcountry skiing. I especially like the friction free release plate on the toe piece. Maybe I'd been in used gear for too long, but moving to this model felt like a huge upgrade from my dad's old Salomon Screams. I usually keep the DIN set at 9 or 10.

>Rating: 5

Great binding

I've used it several times

Marker makes great bindings. This is great for a resort binding for those staying in bounds and are a smaller size and weight

>Rating: 5

Lightweight Inbounds Ski Binding

Work super well for a lighterweight inbounds set up! I haven't had any issues with releases when they shouldn't have happened :)

>Rating: 4

Great, lightweight

I've put it through the wringer

I've had a few versions of these bindings, and they're great. They're a lightweight version of the Marker Griffon. If you're small and light, these are perfect. I would not recommend these for someone who is heavier (140 lbs or more would be my guess). You can charge hard on these, but they're not going to hold up the same way as their heavier Marker binding siblings.

>Rating: 5

Solid bindings

This are tough bindings that should last for a long time.


Can you sell these with 120 mm brakes please?