Item # ma1je90wbt13zz-marker-ski-bindings

Marker Jester Ski Bindings

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Din Range: 6-16
Brakes Included: Yes
Recommended Use:
  • Downhill
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Year

Description: Marker Jester Ski Bindings

The completely redesigned Jester Ski Bindings are the new standard for high-performance skiing. The new heel design and the new toe design offer maximum performance while being supported by a wider baseplate. The Triple Pivot Elite Toe has a secure purchase on the boot lug which allows for durable, high energy use. Meanwhile the Inter-Pivot heel design creates optimum power transmission, increases elasticity, and delivers superb holding power for all types of freeskiing. Sophisticated skiers will enjoy the beefier construction (supporting the greater forces exerted on them) which provide longer retention and distance before release. And, perhaps most importantly, the Jester takes up less surface area in the ski which provides more natural flexibility.

  • Key of Marker Ski Gliding Pivot Toe
  • Inter Heel
  • Power Design
  • Mg Parts
  • DIN - Skier's lbs
  • Stand w/o mm
  • Brake 110mm, System Triple Elite
  • Gliding Stainless Height Heel Inter-Pivot
  • EPS Brake Pad


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What size bindings should I get for Moment Tahoe 2013 180 cm skis?
Tracey T on Oct 29, 2013
Best Answer: Ski Binding choice depends on a few things: Skier Type ( I, II, or III ), Height, Weight, Terrain, Type of skiing. We recommend skiing within your ability and within your desires as a skier. Whether you want to progress your ability, will be skiing the gnar or the groomers we've got the bindings for you. Any binding will "fit" these skis but in order to answer your question I need to know a little more information.
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