Marker F10 Tour
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The Marker Tour F10 is an AT binding for the skier who wants a very light all-day touring rig, but still wants great skiing performance. Special Features: climbing function, 7 & 13 degree integrated climbing aid, removable brake.
Marker entered the AT binding world with the, heavyweight contender, Duke; with the Tour F10 they have entered the ring with a bantam weight fighter. It has all the downhill performance one would expect from Marker, but coming in with less weight and height than a Fritschi Freeride Pro. The new toe and heel sit atop a smooth-flexing frame design which features a new, glove friendly release lever that puts the binding in touring mode The new toe features a height-adjustable gliding AFD designed specifically for AT boot soles, while also compatible with alpine boots A weight-saving 'hollow' axle forms the pivot point in the heel. Its design is light weight, compact, and easy to step into, while the spring focuses energy directly toward the heel of the boot for optimum skiing performance Stand height for both models is 34mm Touring mode positions the bindings 40mm back of the ski mode for a more balanced stepping motion and makes kick turning on steep slopes easier Comes with 90mm brake. Brake can be removed easily for lighter weight 110mm brake available separately Two position climbing aid has an elastomer coating to reduce that annoying "clack clack" on the way up Two sizes available, based on boot sole length. Small fits 265-325mm; Large fits 305-370mm
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Whether you enjoy the skin out as much as the ski down or just live to feel the burn, wait until you get your gloves on a pair of the Marker Tour F10 AT Binding. This AT binder features steadfast reliability and a wide footprint at a fraction of the weight of similar Marker bindings. An integrated 7- and 13-degree titanium climbing aid ramps you up to help gain elevation without the fatigue, and the wide footprint brings with it stability and responsiveness you'll feel from the freshies in the trees to the open bowls over the ridge.