Marker F12 Tour
1915 g / 1953 g (Large)
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Ski a fresh line every time with the Marker Tour F12 EPF randonee bindings. You can start your day riding lifts and once the pow is tracked out, switch to tour mode to check out the sidecountry.
The next logical step for the touring collection. All proven features of the Marker Tour F12 combined with the power of the EPF frame. This keeps even the widest touring ski manageable whatever the terrain. The improved power transfer provides control through curves and steeps in all snow conditions.
This terrific Marker touring binding brings bomber durability and top-notch performance to the backcountry skier. Focusing on producing the right binding for the specific outcome that each skier seeks has always been the Marker way. The Tour F12 is an AT binding for the skier who wants an all-day touring rig, but still wants great skiing performance. Take your in-bounds style to the backcountry with this awesome Marker Tour ski binding. DIN range: 4 - 12. Recommended Skier's Weight: 80 - 250 lbs. Height w/o ski: 36 mm. Brake Width: 90mm and 110mm. Toe System: Triple Pivot Elite. Gliding AFD: Height Adjustable. Step-in heel: Hollow Linkage. EPS system: Dual-screw Brake Pad. Available colors: Black/White/Green, White/Black/Blue. Art. No.: 7816M1.TC (S 110mm), 7816M1.TD (L 110mm). Weight: 5 lb, 4.5 oz
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
A versatile powder ski that is a light and fast, surfs effortlessly through powder and can charge through variable snow with sport tuned precision. The Wailer 112RP2 Pure 3 is a fine mix between cutting edge ski technology and inspired design. This ski has serious tip and tail rocker with a modest traditional camber underfoot. The combination of these features along with its distinctive shape allow for buttery powder turns, plowing through mixed snow and carving the hard pack, thus making it an effective weapon for any and all soft snow conditions. The 112RP2 Pure 3 headlining construction feature is the "PrePreg" carbon laminates that allow the ski to be shaped consistently and easily without additional resin which adds weight and decreases conformity. The core is aspen, which has the best weight to strength ratio for a hardwood ski core. The aspen core also adds more dampening to the ski which helps tone down the resonance of the carbon fiber. This combination also gives the ski a significant torsional stiffness. To add to the durability and performance, the construction includes wider edges, UHMW polyethylene side walls (Ultra High Molecular Weight = Science for light and strong space plastic) and Austrian World Cup race bases. What we like Light but not a pushover Hero ski for less than epic conditions Let's you ski creatively and with gusto