Tip Rocker is for all-mountain freeskiing; the combination of an early rise tip and a classic camber profile in the rest of the ski provides easy, smooth turn entry regardless of conditions.
Bio-Logic Geometry has a sidecut shape that is more generous in the tip, and narrower in the tail than those of unisex skis. A tighter radius in the front of the ski provides easier turn initiation and a longer radius toward the tail allows the skier to finish the turn with less effort, allowing her to transition from one turn to the next with ease. This also reduces the load on the knees during the end of the turn.
Power Grip™ construction improves power delivery to the edge with a unique 3 Dimensional design.
Bio-Logic Stance puts the skier in a more balanced stance. Volkl and Marker created a more neutral stance by raising the toe of the binding – resulting in better balance between the muscles in the front and rear of the legs.
Progressive Edge utilizes an early rise concept in the tip of the ski. Bringing the widest part of the ski up a little higher ensures easier directional stability, and the tip only engages when the ski is on edge, adding to the skier’s comfort level.
The Marker 3Motion TL 10.0 Bindings system is ideal for novice to intermediate skiers who want to improve, featuring the original Motion rail design. The toe and heel components on the Motion LT reduce weight by 26% to 989 grams, making the Oceana easy to handle for improving skiers.
DIN range: 2.5-10
Bindings do not come mounted to the skis. Always have a certified technician mount and adjust the bindings.
Core and Flex Pattern
Bio-Logic Flex works in synergy with the new stance and geometry. Stiffer in the front of the ski for quick turn initiation, and softer in the tail for easy turn exit, the Bio-Logic flex enhances flex distribution and gives the skier the ultimate in comfort and control.
Progressive Flex: at the tail, the ski’s profile becomes very thin in the middle - torsionally soft for the last 7cm, allowing the skier to exit the turn at will. The ski accelerates less aggressively out of the turn to help prevent the skier from sitting in the proverbial “back seat”. The skier can make better turns with less effort.