Marker Baron EPF 13 110mm Ski Bindings · 2023
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The Marker Baron EPF 13 Bindings have been a long-time favorite for backcountry skiers who enjoy precision, safety, and control on downhill performance. The triple pivot toe piece and the freeride heel give the same feel as any high-performing downhill binding but also give the capability to go touring anywhere in the backcountry. With the simple flip of a switch at the top of the ascent, the binding will be locked-in and ready to support on any sendy descent down the hill. As the gold standard for touring frame bindings, these would be a perfect choice for any skier looking to push into backcountry skiing and buy their first set.
- Climbing Aids Tour Frame – The climbing aid (rising positions) in touring mode offers two positions at 7° and 13°, which can be easily accessed with a ski pole or glove to help provide stability and allow for more comfortable hiking depending on the incline of the uphill commute.
- EPF – The Extended Power Frame is the power booster of this binding and delivers breathtaking performance and power transfer in any snow or terrain conditions.
- Compatibility – The Marker Baron EPF 13 bindings will be compatible with almost any ski boot, even with GripWalk soles. They are recommended for skiers between 80-250lbs, and can handle ski boot sole lengths between 265mm-325mm (small) and 305mm-365mm (large).
If you are a resort skier that will venture off into the side country every once in a while, this is the binding for you. A really fantastic resort binding that can tour, very good elasticity, works with multiple boot standards. It is a little heavy and the pivot is pretty far forward, so it does not put emphasis on the up, but it can do it!
- Downhill Focus
- Amazing Elasticity
- Very smooth release and engagement
- Not Uphill focused
- A little heavy
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