The PinTech design on the KingPin toe piece promotes an ergonomic rolling up the foot and the most direct possible connection to the ski. Six steel springs capture the energy optimally, up to a DIN setting of 13. Individually adjustable positioning blocks make it quick and easy to step in no matter what the conditions.
These bindings have updated toe pieces from Marker and are not affected by the August, 2018 recall.
The revolutionary heel construction for the PinTech bindings features wide sole contact points to deliver the kind of direct, lossless power transfer more frequently seen in alpine bindings.
Kingpin Climbing Aid | 0° / 7° / 13°
Good climbing aids have one thing in common: Whatever the situation, they can be operated by feel, even when the skier can’t see them clearly. Simplicity is a virtue here, and reduced exertion is even better. The KINGPIN wins hearts and minds through two integrated climbing aids (7° and 13°) that are easily deployed or stowed using the basket of the pole. They can also be operated conveniently using the tip of the pole, allowing them to work with any basket style. Because the climbing aids are positioned in the upper center of the heel piece, they are always easy to reach.
Walk / Ski Modes
The refined locking/unlocking procedure for the heel piece is part of the binding’s charm. It takes just one step to switch from walk to ski mode: Simply flip a lever, push down on the heel and you’re good to go. The mechanism works even in critical situations and challenging descents.
One Size Fits All
Boots with tech toe fittings are required.
TÜV Certified to ISO/DIN 13992:2007
The Marker Kingpin is one of only a few tech touring bindings to have passed the ISO/DIN 13992 standard.
Recommended Skier Weight
100 – 230 lbs
80, 90, 105, and 120 mm versions available separately.
Two Brake Sizes
75-100 mm and 100-125 mm
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:
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|Indiv. Binding Weight (g)||758|
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