With a new, wider frame for 2014, the Marker Tour F12 EPF Large Alpine Touring Ski Bindings extend the downhill skiing ability of an exceptional uphill climbing product, making them even more suitable for wider freeride skis. One of the lightest frame-type AT bindings on the market, the Marker Tour F12 EPF is suitable for sustained lift-served skiing as well as touring.
Triple Pivot Light Toe This compact design features a horizontally oriented spring. The Triple Pivot Light toe offers a unique combination of light weight and solid power transmission.
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 the phenomenal power transmission.
Backcountry Technology The integrated climbing level features a safe, secure transition from ride to hike. The hiking aid offers flat, 7˚ and 13˚ positions. In ski mode, the BCT lever is protected from unwanted releases.
0˚ / 7˚ / 13˚ Climbing Aid The climbing aid offers three positions, flat (0˚) / 7˚ / 13˚ which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer padding dampens the impact, reducing the irritating "clack" and allowing more comfortable hiking.
EPF - Extended Power Frame Bigger, better and 28% wider. The screw pattern is 10 mm wider than before, providing unbelievable power transmission - how many people are skiing on wider skis than 5 years ago? EPF is designed for skis 89 mm and wider.
Recommended Skier Weight 80-250 lbs
Large Fits boot sole lenghts 305-365 mm
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Indiv. Binding Weight (g)||1107|
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Comments about Marker Tour F12 EPF Large Alpine Touring Ski Bindings 2015:
just would like the ski to climb mode switch to be easier to use.