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Marker Free Ten Ski Bindings White/Black/Red 85mm

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White/Black/Red
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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 85mm

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 85mm:
  • DIN Range 3 - 10
  • Recom. Skier's Weight 65-230 lbs
  • Stand Height W/O Ski 23 mm
  • Brake Width 85mm Or 100mm
  • Toe System Triple Pivot Light
  • Gliding GAFD
  • Step-In Heel: Compact
  • Eps System
  • Weight (Pair) 1434 G, 1440 G

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Marker Free Ten Ski Bindings White/Black/Red 85mm
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Kevin asked: I'm looking for some bindings for my 13 year old daughter. She recently bought some twin tip ski's but now she needs bindings. Are the Rossignol Axium 100 Ski Bindings 2013 good enough for her? My local shop suggested the Marker Free 10 bindings but if I can get away with the Rossignols I'll take it. Thanks, Kevin Dec 2, 2013
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Carol B: Base your purchase on this... If your daughter is looking to be a little ripper and headed to the park to try on some features or keeps eyeballing the pipe.. I'd for sure say the Free 10's are the way to go.. We rock tons of Rossignol equip and are very proud to do so.. but when it comes to bindings.. Marker is beast.. ( and yes meant to say beast, not misspelling best.. lol ) Also, the Free 10's are less bulky than a lot of bindings, and a bit lighter than a lot offered.. and reason we rip em.. a few ounces of weight saved goes a long way come the end of the day or end of a session. Hope this helps.. Have a safe and wonderful season. Regards, Willy B. Dec 2, 2013
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Kevin: Thanks for the good information Willy Dec 2, 2013
Paddy OStaff: Kevin,
You win for best last name and email address. The binding purchase depends on what your daughter will be skiing the majority of the time. Rossignol Axium 100's are a bit lighter than the Marker Free Ten. If she will be in the park that may be the choice. I really like Marker bindings for their solid and confident hold. This is truly a choice of a few ounces. Both have a DIN Range of 3-10, both are good bindings. Happy Winter!

PS--I think you need this:
http://www.the-house.com/fo31pbb06gr10zz-forum-base-layer-bottoms.html
Dec 3, 2013
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Kevin: Those are awesome Paddy! Thanks for your help! Dec 4, 2013
Tim A: Don't really know about the Rossi's but the Markers are super light weight which is very nice on your legs when on a long lift ride. Dec 17, 2013
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John H: ^I personally would never by Rossignols. I have had a pair of Look (Rossignol) bindings and have been less than impressed with them. I have many pairs of Marker bindings, including the Free Ten and have NEVER had an issue with breakage, or malfunction. With Rossy bindings I have had, i have had issues with both. Dec 2, 2013
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Timothy H: I think the Rossignol binding would be fine fine for her. Because of age and ability. She may also grow out of that ski and binding in few years. The din settings are well within range as we'll.

I hope this helps,

Tim
Dec 2, 2013
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Kevin: What is a din setting? Dec 2, 2013
Roy MStaff: DIN range is 3 - 10 Dec 2, 2013
John H: The Marker Free 10's are decent bindings, especially for a 13 year old. I would highly recommend them for a younger/lighter weight skier. Dec 2, 2013
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Kevin: You wouldn't recommend the Rossignals Dec 2, 2013
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riley fisher asked: hello i want to buy park and pipe skis but i dont know which skis to buy. i need skis that are 140cm long. what bindings should i purchase? what boots should i purchase? my feet are a size 13 and im a guy Jan 26, 2014
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Ron Fisher asked: hello i want to buy park and pipe skis but i dont know which skis to buy. i need skis that are 140cm long. what bindings should i purchase? what boots should i purchase? my feet are a size 13 and im a guy Jan 26, 2014
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Ron Fisher asked: hi im a 14 year old guy and looking for ski bindings for the Atomic Trooper 2013 skis the waist is 85mm, what bindings should i get without breaking the bank? and how do i size ski boots? thanks Jan 26, 2014
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