Marker has been at the forefront of binding technology since the ‘50s, when the brand was born in Bavaria. Since then, they’ve pioneered a lot of ski binding knowhow that we now take for granted, like the simple idea of a releasing ski binding. With their wide range of alpine and touring bindings, Marker lets you rule the mountain. Trusted by evo Collective members Eric Pollard, Andy Mahre, Ingrid Backstrom and Dash Longe, Marker is one of evo’s oldest, most dedicated partners.
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A lot of people probably have Marker to thank for getting them into ski touring. They invented the Duke and the Baron, bindings that switch easily from alpine to touring mode. This year they’re upping their offering of backcountry bindings even more with the introduction of the Kingpin, a new style of tech binding that has a real heel piece for performance and elasticity. They still hold it down in the alpine world as well, with the ultra-popular Griffon and Jester series.
Marker’s outerwear certainly match their binding quality. They use the finest materials, like Gore-Tex ® and Pertex® membranes, and there is a style and cut for everyone’s ski style. From technical, cut for mobility pieces like the Steep ‘n Deep line, to the Rotator Jacket that looks at home in the terrain park jump line, Marker Outerwear is on the come up.