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The Marker Squire is a lightweight and affordable binding option for the intermediate to advanced intermediate skier.  The Squire is a part of the Royal Family so it has a wider platform for today's wider skis.  It's lightweight construction makes the Squire an excellent choice for young skiers that are lighter, or a skier that is looking to keep the weight down on a pair of skis. If you're not cranking your DIN's up after you get them adjusted at the shop, the Marker Squire should be plenty of binding.  Pick your favorite color way and the appropriate brake width (90mm or 110mm) and you'll be ready for an awesome season on the slopes. 

Toe

Triple Pivot Compact - A horizontally mounted screw allows the toe of binding to have excellent response and energy transfer.

Toe Height Adjustability - The AFD moves with a turn of a screw! This makes adjusting your toe height super quick, easy and safe.

Heel

Step-in Heel - Hollow Linkage - The heel is extremely easy to enter and exit and the Hollow Linkage reduces the overall binding weight.

Free Ride Brake

Power Width Design

This provides the ultimate power transfer to the edges of the skis, making a wider waist ski feel much quicker edge-to-edge.

Additional Awesomeness

No-Pull-Out Screws - These screws help lock and secure the bindings on the ski, preventing a worst case scenario situation.

Features

•  Style:  All-Mountain Freeride

•  Gender:  Unisex

•  Color Options:  Black/White/Red, White/Green/Blue

•  Din Range:  4 - 11

•  Standing Height:  22 mm

•  Binding Weight:  1530 gr

•  Brake Widths Offered:  90 mm, 110 mm

•  Recommended Skier Weight :  65 - 240 lbs

•  Recommended Use:  All-Mountain, Power, Freestyle, Freeride

•  Warranty:  3 Years

•  Model Year:  2014

Marker Squire Ski Bindings 2014

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