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Touring Binding Kingpin 13 100-125mm


View detailed description Touring Binding, Marker 2017

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Winter 2017

Touring Binding Marker Kingpin 13 100-125mm

Important note: this binding does not work with the following ski boots: Scarpa F1 EVO / Alien 1.0 et 3.0, Dynafit TLT 7/DY.N.A/PDG/DANN, Atomic Backland, La Sportiva Spectre/Stratos/Sparkle/Spitfire/Sideral /Syborg/Starlet 

And the following boots work if you have the Marker adapter: Dynafit TLT 5/ TLT 6 

Adapter available upon request 

This binding works with skis having a waist width between 100mm and 125mm. 

The innovative Kingpin redefines the performance standard in PinTech AT binding technology. With DIN/ISO 13992:2007 certification from Germany’s prestigious TÜV testing organization, its unique design and new toe and heel pieces are the culmination of years of R&D testing including over one million vertical feet on snow. The new touring leader for ease of use, 

- Easy step-in, simple transition from walk to ski mode, and easy-to-operate climbing aids. 

- Six springs made of high-quality steel (instead of the traditional four). Powerful grip on the boot. Greater energy absorption – even more power in the 13 version – no more skiing in walk mode! 

- Tremendously simple step-in. Individually adjustable stop points position boot properly. Works with all boot models 

- Unbeatable Power Transmission. Climbing aids (0°, 7° and 13° sole length 310 mm). Can be used regardless of pole basket type. Optimal accessibility (sits on top of the heel piece). Very easy to operate. 

- Revolutionary heel design, completely new to the category. Most direct power transmission of any PinTech binding. Wide contact points – heel of the boot held at the outside rather than two small pins in the middle 

- Climbing aids (0°, 7° and 13° sole length 310 mm). Can be used regardless of pole basket type. Optimal accessibility (sits on top of the heel piece). Very easy to operate 

- DIN/ISO certified release function 

Product Name
Marker Kingpin 13 100-125mm
Product price
Specs Touring Binding Marker Kingpin 13 100-125mm
Year 2017




Binding category
• Touring
Release value (DIN)
Minimum 13
Maximum 6
Setting of the binding
Type Heel piece
Toe component height Automatic
Toe component width Automatic
Brakes width (mm)
100 à 125

Manufacturer info :


  • 13


  • 6

Weight (kg)

  • 1,46 la paire

Binding technologies

  • Kingpin toe piece  :

    The inserts have pushed the pivot point further forward toward the toes/balls of the feet, allowing the foot to roll more ergonomically and 'naturally,' which cuts exertion. The pins click directly into the boot, which reduces the lifting force required to walk. This more direct connection also provides better control and steering during walking and especially when traversing on hard snow.

    The combination of optimized pivot point, better rolling behavior and the fact that the heel piece doesn't rise together with the binding frame saves a tremendous amount of energy during the ascent. This is most noticeable on long tours covering many vertical meters.

    Six springs made of high-performance steel deliver a boost in energy capture compared with traditional PinTech toe pieces. The KINGPIN 13 delivers even higher spring compression than the KINGPIN 10 to accommodate for athletic skiers who demand uncompromising power transmission without a single misstep. The annoying, and in many cases highly dangerous, blocking step has also been eliminated! 

    Individually adjustable boot stop position the boot in the right place and make it easy to step in, regardless of the brand or model of boot (set the exact configuration using the included adjustment gauge). Simply push the toe of the boot up to the boot stops, apply pressure to the toes and you're already finished. The pins click securely into the inserts. The system will then only open if the pre-configured release force is produced. The boots stops are delivered at a default setting that accommodates roughly 80% of the boots on the market. Changes to the standard settings can be made when the bindings are mounted. 

    The PinTech toe piece for the MARKER KINGPIN. Extraordinary in design, innovative in its technical execution. The highlights include the Sixpack springs for powerful grip of the boot — these toe pieces are unlike anything that's come before (six springs instead of four). An integrated crampon adapter is naturally also part of the standard version 

  • Kingpin heel lifts  :

    Easy to use

    The KINGPIN has three heel lifts integrated into the heel piece  : 0°, 7° and 13°. These lifts are easily adjustable with the tip of a pole.They are placed in the middle of the heel piece for quick access.

  • Kingpin Heel piece  : The heel construction is a revolution for any PinTech binding, with contact points placed very wide and far apart to hold the boot heel along a broad surface on its outermost edge. This eliminates any wobble in the tipping forces used to initiate turns and lets power be transmitted smoothly via the binding into the ski. Because skis are primarily steered using impulses originating in the heel, the KINGPIN heel pieces are highly decisive in achieving maximum, highly direct power transmission, top control and pure bliss in the descent. This is another key benefit over previous PinTech bindings that transmit power via two simple metal pins positioned close to one another in the boot's heel, which leaves the boot seated in a highly wobbly manner, and builds a highly indirect path for the steering impulses to reach the ski. Two different brakes are available for the KINGPIN (75-100 mm ski width and 100-125 mm ski width). Beyond the standard safety features, they are notable for one convenient feature: They automatically lock into place when in walk mode, and immediately reactivate when the binding is switched into ski mode. The brakes feature a notably large move-in, moving away from the traditional brake shape that sticks far out beyond the ski. The brakes are also quick and easy to replace.
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