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Marker Baron 13 EPF Ski Bindings

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Description: Marker Baron 13 EPF Ski Bindings

As the lighter, more nimble cousin to the Duke, the Baron has earned its stripes as a favorite amongst big mountain, backcountry enthusiasts. New for next season, the Baron EPF features the Extended Power Frame (EPF) previously found only on the Duke. Featuring a 4-13 DIN range, the Baron also gets the Duke's updated Triple Pivot Elite toe and Inter-Pivot heel.

Key Features of Marker Baron 13 EPF Ski Bindings:
  • DIN Range 4 - 13
  • Recom. Skier's Weight 80lbs or higher
  • Stand Height W/O Ski 36 mm
  • Brake Width 110mm (90 And 130 Available)
  • Toe System Triple Pivot Elite
  • Gliding AFD: Stainless Steel, Height Adjustable
  • Step-In Heel: Inter-Pivot
  • Eps System: Dual-Screw Brake Pad
  • Weight (Pair): 2600 G (S), 2630 G (L)

Baron 13 EPF

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does the marker baron13 110 cm fit the fisher fat stik 110 with the brakes on?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2015
It would initially be tight, you may need to finagle it a bit, but it would work and be safe.
I weigh approx. 215. Would the Marker Baron EPF be a good fit for me? I saw some conflicting information stating that recommended skiers weight = 80 pounds so was concerned, but thought that may be a typo. Thanks!
scott c on Oct 7, 2015
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I`d like to ask, are these bindings for walking up the mountain? i mean like walking up the mountain and then ski it down. kind of crosscountry. i don`t know how to explain it correctly.
Brian227 on Sep 12, 2015
These Marker Baron 13 EPF bindings do have adjustments in the heel which is a sort of climbing mode... so yes. Note that the heel will not completely come free though.