Marker Squire Schizo Ski Bindings (110mm Brakes) 2013: The Marker Squire Schizo Ski Bindings are ideal for low to mid-range freeskiing skis, allowing the skier to transition from all-mountain to park and pipe riding in a snap.
Triple Pivot Elite Toe With a horizontally oriented spring, it provides the highest energy absorption to reduce the risk of early release. The secure purchase on the boot lug optimizes power transmission and allows for durable, high energy use. The performance to weight ratio of the Triple Pivot toe is truly unmatched in the industry.
Gliding AFD Stainless steel and allows a precise release unhindered by dirt, snow and ice buildup
Hollow Linkage Heel The Hollow Linkage Heel features a hollow horizontal axle that saves weight and maximizes power transmission, creating a light weight product with phenomenal power transmission.
EPS System Dual-screw brake pad
Multi-Stance Adjuster: the popluar Schizo technology broke new ground, offering skiers the ability to move their stance fore/aft 3cm in each direction for the ultimate versatility. It allows the skier to go from pipe and park to all-mountain skiing, or from hard, groomed snow to powder by turning a simple screw on the toe piece.
From all-mountain to park and pipe, this binding is highly versatile.
Rider Weight: 65-240 lbs
Ability Level Intermediate-Advanced
Rider Weight 65-240 lbs
We recommend a brake width that is equal to the ski waist width and at most 15 mm wider.
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Comments about Marker Squire Schizo Ski Bindings (110mm Brakes) 2013:
I mounted these on a pair of Atomic Patents. They are a symmetrical center mount park ski. I loves these bindings because I mostly ski all mountain rather than park and didn't want to be stuck in the center. In fact, I centered them 3.5 cm back from center so I can still slide to near center or way back for pow. Entry is easy, but release is a little stiff. I am on the lighter side at 160lb so I can set the din at 8 and still be 3 under max which is recommended for longer spring life. Only reason I gave four stars is they are mostly plastic construction. Fine for me, but maybe not your heavier skiers. I've skied them hard all season and have not had any issues with early release. Great fun with flexibility. The feel of your skis really does change when you can reposition your bindings to suit conditions/terrain.