Triple Pivot Light 2 Toe
The new and updated version of the TP Light toepiece now features an Anti Ice Rail for ease of use. The compact toe features a horizontally inserted spring. Together with the gliding plate the gliding elements integrated into the sole holders ensure a very precise release behavior which is comparable to all other Marker bindings. Why should touring skiers and freestylers accept any compromises? An aluminum bridge on the top provides additional support without adding any extra weight.
Stainless Steel Gliding AFD Plate
A moveable AFD (Anti Friction Device) allows a precise release unhindered by dirt, snow, and ice buildup. The type of AFD is matched to the skier type, ensuring perfect functionality from racing to junior and even alpine touring.
Hollow Linkage 2 Heel
The latest version of the HL heel features improved step in capabilities. The aluminum hollow axle saves on weight and maximizes the torsional stiffness. This very robust heel construction is best suited for the most strenuous of requirements.
The titanium climbing aid offers two 7° and 13° positions which can easily be accessed with the ski pole, even in an unstable standing position. Integrated elastomer pads dampen the impact reducing the irritating traditional “clack” and allow more comfortable hiking.
Height-adjustable gliding plate to be compatible with all boot soles on the market. Compatible with: Alpine (ISO 5355), Touring (ISO 9523) and GripWalk (ISO 23223) soles. Easy to adjust: Pozi screw at the front to adjust height of gliding plate.
Fits BSL (Boot Sole Lengths) 265 – 325 mm
EPF (Extended Power Frame)
The power booster. The power frame delivers breath-taking performance and amazing power transfer in every condition. Recommended for skis over 88 mm.
A fiber-reinforced frame base plate provides impressive riding stability and is very light due to the gas injected hollow construction.
Recommended Skier Weight
< 260lbs. (120 kg)
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
- Ability Level:
Whether you’re a progressing intermediate exploring new runs and terrain, or an accomplished rider seeking new thrills, the majority of skiers and snowboarders fall into this level. Intermediate to advanced skis and snowboards may be somewhat wider or stiffer than beginner-intermediate skis and snowboards, usually with a stronger wood core and sandwich sidewall construction. Intermediate to advanced boots and bindings range from softer flexing freestyle options to stiffer choices built for stability at speed.
- DIN / Release Value Low:
- DIN / Release Value High:
- Boot Sole Type:
Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), GripWalk (ISO 23223), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523)
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|Indiv. Binding Weight (g)||1180|
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