Marker F12 Tour


Weight 1915 g / 1953 g (Large)

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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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.


The Marker Tour F12 EPF AT bindings have the EPF wider platform for better power transmission between boot and wide skis. The hollow linkage heel sheds weight for lighter weight on ascents, and the Triple Pivot Light toe has Teflon for reduced wear and also keeps weight to a minimum. The Tour F12 accommodates both your alpine and AT boots. -- DIN 4-12-- EPF wider platform-- Backcountry Technology climbing capability-- Triple Pivot Light toe-- Hollow linkage heel-- AFD stainless steel gliding plate

- OMCgear

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 shapeallow 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 headliningconstruction 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 giv...


The updated Tour F12 EPF binding from Marker has an Extended Power Frame to increase the binding width that transfers power from edge-to-edge for backcountry fun. The lighter weight & improved touring efficiency make getting to the sick lines much more reasonable, even thought the DIN setting is reduced to a maximum of 12. Three ascent angle settings (0/ 7/ 14).

- Mountain Gear