Marker has been a leading manufacturer of ski bindings since 1952. Founded in Germany, they continue to innovate and produce releasable bindings for alpine and backcountry skiing. To the benefit of ski tourers, Marker has been recently moving away from heavy frame bindings and focusing on lighterweight bindings such as the Alpinist.
To use the Marker Kingpin bindings with boots that have shallow heel welts, you'll need this adapter. Four screws drill into your boot heel and hold it into place, adding only a few grams and making your lightweight boot compatible with this powerful pin ..
Marker has heard your pleas for a lower, adjustable lateral release value, along with a lower vertical release, all the while keeping your concerns about weight and ski performance in mind. Even though that is a lot to process in one request, they put it ..
With decades of alpine binding production and a stout following, Marker entered the pool of tech-bindings with a glorious half-gainer. With several models to choose from, the Marker Alpinist 10 nestles itself smack dab between the lower releasing 8 and th..
Marker had something impressive brewing in their secret lab: introducing the Marker Alpinist binding. The Alpinist brings release characteristics reserved for heavier bindings to the sub-250g category. The heel piece incorporates a spring-loaded track tha..
For some, the only thing the Alpinist binding is missing is pre-installed brakes and a longer adjustment track. Voila, meet the Marker Alpinist Long Travel, complete with a longer heel adjustment track and pre-installed brakes of your choosing.
Long lines, crowded parking lots, boring terrain, tracked out snow, and expensive lift tickets are common reasons to avoid ski resorts. Despite these drawbacks, the ease of chairlift skiing often entices skiers to partake of the lift-serviced goods from t..
The Alpinist Demo Binding is the Alpinist with an adjustable toe piece and an extra-long heel track. This can be handy when sharing skis with someone or playing with your mounting location on a ski to get it dialed. When skiing, you can enjoy Marker's zer..
Backcountry skiing often involves less-than-ideal snow conditions. Inevitably at some point during the season, greasy skin-tracks are the rule rather than the exception. The Marker Pintech Crampons will make quick work of that grease. Further, when tackin..
You know the snow type; too steep and firm to skin, too punchy to boot. This little pair of joy is the Duke PT ski crampons and they will be a welcomed addition to your skis when the going gets tough. These crampons are lightweight, simply constructed, an..
Should you find yourself in a patrolled environment or skiing steep slopes and don’t want to risk dropping your skis, a leash will come in handy. The Marker Alpinist Leashes are strong, coiled steel cable that connects to a lightweight wire-gate aluminum ..
The Marker Alpinist is a versatile binding. One of the neat features is the ability to opt-in for brakes or to ski without brakes. If you decide to opt-in at a later date, or change ski widths, find replacement brakes here. All brakes s..
One of the benefits of having a modular binding like the Marker Alpinist is that you can swap and replace parts as you please, but it also allows them to be lighter and better adapt to the individual skier. Here are a few of the spare parts we are stockin..