Marker Jester 18 Pro Ski Binding

Marker Jester 18 Pro Ski Binding
Marker Jester 18 Pro Ski Binding
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Jester 18 Pro Ski Binding by Marker
In the realm of hard-charging freeride bindings, the burly Marker Jester 18 Pro Ski Binding is no joke. Marker engineered it to give you maximum power and retention for those moments when a pre-release would be disastrous, like hyper-speed run-outs or billy-goating over no-fall zones. A beefy DIN range of 8-18 will handle what you throw at it, even if you're big as a linebacker and ski harder than anyone on the mountain. A fixed stainless steel AFD Gliding Plate assures a silky smooth transmission of power and finesse from your boot to ski and is unhindered by buildups of snow, ice, or dirt. Marker used magnesium parts in the Jester Pro, maintaining all kinds of strength while reducing the unnecessary weight that can bog down your fluid skiing style. The Triple Pivot Elite toe and Inter-Pivot heel provide enough elasticity to keep you locked in while bombing double-blacks or hitting hard landings. A horizontally oriented toe-piece spring provides high levels of energy absorption, preventing the risk of early release, even when your landing is a bit sketchy.

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SKU: MRK001S
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