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Marker Alpinist

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 sold in pairs. Not compatible with the Alpinist Long Travel binding.

90mm - The narrowest brake size reserved for the most versatile backcountry ski size.

105mm - Middlest of the three brake widths available for the Alpinist bindings. Good for powder skis or wide mountaineering skis.

115mm - Widest brake size available and designed for the largest backcountry skis on the market. If you haven't caught on to the benefits of skinnier skis in the backcountry, this is the brake size for you.

Marker Kingpin

Marker Kingpin brakes for your old heavy Kingpin or the new M-Works.

100mm - Will fit your skis 75 - 100mm wide.

125mm - New brakes for your Kingpins on skis from 100mm to 125mm underfoot.

Brake Width Weight (per brake)
Alpinist 90mm 96g
Alpinist 105mm 99g
Alpinist 115mm 102g
Kingpin 100mm 126g
Kingpin 125mm 128g
Hybrid Duke PT 100mm
Hybrid Duke PT 125mm

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Questions & Reviews

10/16/2020
Question from Stephen
 
I have a pair of Alpinists with the 105 mm brake. Are they too big for a Blizzard Zero G 95? Do I need the 90 mm brake instead?
10/16/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Stephen, thanks for reaching out! The 105mm brake would be okay, but have a little excess brake width. For our Zero G 95 rental ski, we used a 90mm Alpinist brake and possibly bent it out just slightly!
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8/18/2020
Question from Mark
 
Hey there,

Wanted to get the marker kingpin 13s on my line sick day 104s for a 50-50 setup. Would I be able to stretch the brakes on the 100mm? Alternatively, would the 125mm brakes be too big? Let me know what you think. Thanks!
8/18/2020
Answer from Tim C
 
Hi Mark, Ya pushing them out to 104 should not be an issue. I would suggest having the boot in the binding when you tug on them.
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4/13/2020
Question from Todd Dustman
 
I have 97 mm width skis and see you are out of the 105 mm brake. Will the 115 brakes overhang so much as to cause interference while skiing? Thanks.
4/13/2020
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Todd. The 115 would be a bit too big, however, the 90mm can be stretched to fit your ski (you typically can stretch brakes about 10mm). If you want the 105 brake option please send us an email at help@skimo.co and we can try to get them in for you!
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1/20/2020
Question from steve
 
what size would you recommend for 94 mm wide ski?
1/20/2020
Answer from Jeff
 
Steve, I measured the brake width on the 90mm and it came out at about 95mm. So the 90mm will work fine.
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1/19/2020
Question from Steve
 
Does adding the brakes raise the heal pins?
1/19/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hi Steve, the heel pins on the Alpinist would not change height in adding a brake. You would retain the standard binding angle.
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12/3/2019
Question from Jake
 
Which width would you recommend for a 96 waist ski?
12/3/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Jake, for the Alpinist brake a 105mm. If you have the Kingpin, the 100mm.
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10/29/2019
Question from Nam
 
Can these be used for a replacement break and heel for Kingpins from 2 years ago?
10/29/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Nam, yes, the Kingpin brakes here will work with any season Kingpin.
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10/28/2019
Question from Ethan
 
Can these brakes be added to the standard Alpinist, or only the Alpinist Long Travel? Can they be added/removed without remounting the heelpiece to the ski?
10/29/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Ethan, they are for the Standard Alpinist. You do have to remove the heel piece to install.
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