Item # ma1frt85wbr12zz-marker-ski-bindings

Marker Free Ten Ski Bindings White/Black/Red

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$210.00
( $200.00 w/ Skis )

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Specs

Din Range: 3-10
Brakes Included: Yes
Recommended Use:
  • Downhill
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Year

Description: Marker Free Ten Ski Bindings White/Black/Red

The Free Ten is an attractive, price point freeskiing binding designed with the light weight, intermediate level park and all mountain skier in mind.

Key Features of the Marker Free Ten Ski Bindings:
  • Din Range 3-10
  • Recom. Skier's Weight 65 - 230 Lbs.
  • Stand Height W/O Ski 23 Mm
  • Toe System Triple Pivot Compact
  • Gliding AFD Gliding AFD
  • Step-In Heel Compact 2
  • EPS System
  • Freeride Brake
  • 85Mm And 100Mm

Free Ten


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Marker Free Ten Ski Bindings White/Black/Red
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
James P: This is a great binding for growing kids who ski on fatter boards - wide DIN settings and can be used on future skis for years to come. Sep 26, 2013
Timothy H: I really like Marker bindings because of the style, durability, longevity and strength. Sep 25, 2013
A shopper asked: My ski is 100mm underfoot, will this binding with 100mm brake have enough clearance?
Thanks.
Dec 4, 2013
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nick p: its says you save 61 dollars instantly and 93.95 with board does that mean if i buy skis from the house as well i save another 33 dollars because i added both the bindings and the skis i wanted to my cart and it didnt take any more money off the bindings Dec 6, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: They should but we typically recommend 5-10mm over the waist of your ski. Dec 5, 2013
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Kathleen R asked: I bought the Fischer KOA 98 s from you and now decided I want new bindings also, are the Marker Free Ten a good choice? I am advanced-expert 5'6", 140 lbs.
Tks
Jan 14, 2014
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