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Marker F10 Tour Ski Bindings · 2020

Marker F10 Tour Ski Bindings · 2020

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The Marker F10 Tour Ski Binding is a highly durable, frame–style touring binding for intermediate and lighter weight advanced skiers. It’s heavier than a pin binding but offers a free heel touring mode on a true alpine binding.

Key Features:

  • Frame Style – With the flip of a switch the heel is freed for uphill travel and locked back in for downhill performance.
  • Hollow Heel – An aluminum heel piece is durable but also shaves weight for easier uphill access.
  • Climbing Aids – Two risers help on steep uphills.
Ski binding type
Alpine Touring, Tech
Din release - low value
Din release - high value
Boot sole type
Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), GripWalk, Walk to ride (WTR)
Age Group
Expert product review
Ski Expert Scot Erickson
Review by Curated Expert Scot Erickson
My Marker F10 Tour Ski Bindings are the perfect introduction to backcountry skiing. Though they won’t win any weight or speed contests, they were what I needed to dip my feet into the pow of the backcountry.
Power Transfer
Release Reliability
Uphill Performance
A pair of skis laying on a snowy area. There is a sunset in the background and a hand holding a piece of fried chicken in the corner of the photo.
The toe hinge on the Marker F10 bindings lifted all the way up.
Side view of the Marker F10 Tour Bindings.
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Can you use touring bindings with alpine boots?
Frame touring bindings like the Marker F12 tour are compatible with regular alpine boots. The binding stays clamped to the boot and hinges on a pin in the binding while touring and locks in place for skiing. For touring or skinning, it is best to use a boot with a walk mode that allows it to hinge at the ankle. Touring bindings like the Salomon Shift or Marker Duke PT will work with a regular alpine boot in downhill mode only but require tech inserts in the toe for touring.
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by Will Shaw on July 6, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Marker F10 Tour Ski Bindings · 2020
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Mariah Wear
Mariah Wear
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is an amazing frame binding that allows you to ski in resorts with power and stability but also to get out in the backcountry and hike!! It's not the lightest touring binding by a long shot - but it does work with any boot type!

Matt M
Matt M
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This is a "frame" style binding. Compatible with a standard alpine boot with the release character of an alpine binding.

Gunnar O
Gunnar O
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

GripWalk compatible! Entry level touring binding that can also be used in the resort. 1056g. Best for lighter weight skiers or less aggressive skiers.