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Alpine binding Marker Baron EPF 13 110 mm

Skialp bindingAlpine binding Marker Baron EPF 13 110 mm

235,6 EUR
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Alpine binding Marker Baron EPF 13 110 mm

The Marker Baron EPF 13 is a light universal binding designed for freeride, which has high stiffness, so valued for demanding downhills. At the same time, after switching to Walk mode, it has all the advantages of modern ski mountaineering bindings.
The Baron EPF 13 binding is specially designed for skis with a width of 88 mm and wider. The base is a reinforced and extended basic frame - EPF. It is the increased stiffness and wider contact area (10 mm wider spacing of mounting points than before) that significantly help the better transfer of energy between the boot and the ski during descents in difficult terrain. State-of-the-art technology, together with the use of solid materials and massive studs, ensure perfectly balanced properties for both ascent and descent. For walking and climbing, it is possible to adjust the inclination of the shoe in three positions: 0°, 7° and 13°, the change can be easily made using sticks. When set for climbing, the center of gravity will be shifted 4 cm backwards, bringing the shoe into the optimal climbing position. The positions for both descent and walking are securely fixed by the BCT switch lever. Very functional details, such as rubber elements that prevent the snow from freezing under the shoe, are also pleasing. Of course, the binding has all the latest safety standards of the Marker brand.

DIN: 4.0 - 13.0
Top: Triple Pivot Elite
Foot: Inter-Pivot
AFD Gliding Plate: height-adjustable, stainless steel, AFD sliding plate
Height above the ski: 36 mm
Brake width: 110 mm
Size/weight: L (shoe sole 305-365mm) / 2480g
S (shoe sole 265 – 325 mm) / 2,450 g
Skier weight: < 120 Kg

S - 265mm - 325mm
L - 305mm - 365mm

The brakes can be exchanged for other widths (90, 110, 120 and 136 mm).

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