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Marker Touring Binding F10 Tour 90mm Black White Overview

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Touring binding Marker F10 Tour 90mm Black White

Marker Touring Binding F10 Tour 90mm Black White Overview
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Touring binding Marker F10 Tour 90mm Black White

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Rating: 4.7 out of 5 7 reviews on this product

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Renaud

Touring expert

"From the first kick-turn to wrapping the legendary Chamonix-Zermatt tour in 6 days, we have the right gear for eveyone. I'll help you find what suits you best. Call me on 020 3129 3301."

Marker's F10 Tour is an ideal entry level touring binding that can offer years of great performance. Focusing on producing the right binding for the end user is Marker’s DNA. For the skier who wants a very light all-day touring setup with solid all-mountain performance, the Tour 10 features a DIN range of 3-10, making it a great choice for lighter weight skiers. Compatible to all kinds of alpine and touring boots, thanks to Sole.ID! The Climbing Aid works with 0°, 7° and 13° for relaxed uphill climbing in any angle.

Technical data Touring binding F10 Tour 90mm Black White

  • Year

    Winter 2022
  • Binding category

    Free touring
  • Maximum value

    10
  • Minimum Value

    3
  • Weight of the pair in grams

    1908 (S) 1938 (L)

  • Interface

    Frame
  • Sole standard

    Alpine/Touring
  • Reference nr

    H19MARKFIX027
  • Gender

    Men
  • Sole norm

    Alpine
    Grip Walk (GW)
    Touring

Tips & advice

Setting the release value of your bindings is a major safety issue.

In order to fully function and ensure safety, your bindings need to be set according to the Afnor FD S 52-748 standard. We wrote down a guide to help you find out the release value matching your needs.

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When buying a pair of skis, you will have to complete a form asking for your measurements. Please complete it with the most accurate information: it will allow our technicians to adjust precisely your bindings and lower down the risk of injury.

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