Marker Duke Pt 12 Ski Bindings · 2022
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The Marker Duke PT 16 is the next generation backcountry binding from Marker and is a great fit for backcountry skiers looking for a downhill-feeling binding from one the most reputable brands in the industry. When in ski mode, the binding is very similar to the Jester, with a Pivot 3 Freeride Heel and a blocky nose-piece that functions like a normal binding. On the uphill, the skier can walk naturally for long and steep ascents by locking the Lock and Walk Brake into position, removing the Ride and Hike Toe Piece hub, and stepping into a tech binding toe-piece.
Ride and Hike Toe – The toe piece converts from a conventional looking binding to a tech binding that allows for maximum movement during ski tours.
Removable Toe Piece – When in walk mode, the toe piece hub can be removed to reduce the uphill weight of the binding by 300 grams.
Lock and Walk Brake – With the boot siting further forward in the toe piece in walk-mode, the heel piece only needs to lock the brake down in order to convert from skiing to walking.
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Obviously a lot more expensive, but the Duke PT is brand new this year, so some of the newest tech is featured, making it a lightweight, but ultra safe downhill and uphill option for a tech binding!