Marker Baron EPF 13 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).
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Lower cost option to get into touring while not sacrificing too much on the way down.
Heavier option but skis just like a traditional alpine binding! The weight is on the foot when hiking which is a bit of a bummer, but easy to use!
This binding is great if you want to do any kind of touring but still want a binding that will perform at the resort. The extended power frame increases edge-to-edge power transfer when carving making it feel more like a traditional alpine binding. This binding will let you climb ridges and access those chutes you've always eyed up from the lift.
A favorite among backcountry skiers, it features a walking option and climbing aid.
A burly binding similar to F12 from marker but with upgraded heel and toe pieces. Not the lightest thing in the work, but with a high quality toe, heel, and frame this binding is sure to give you the best downhill performance while still being able to slap on the skins and hit some side country. The Baron is perfect for charging hard and shorter missions going uphill.