Marker Schizo 14 Ski Binding

Marker Schizo 14 Ski Binding
Marker Schizo 14 Ski Binding
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Schizo 14 Ski Binding by Marker
Buying park skis, pow skis, and all-mountain skis is a bummer, especially when today's best boards are so damn versatile. Marker's Schizo 14 Ski Binding saves you the extra purchases, though, with its one-of-a-kind Multi-Stance Adjuster, which lets you slide the binding forward and backward up to 30mm from center, so you can ski in the park with a centered stance, slide your clamps back when you're getting barreled, and keep them in the middle for all-mountain shredding. Just like that, your do-it-all skis can really do it all, and you'll be able so spend the money you saved on more mportant things like beer and mustache dye. Adjustability is the Schizo's calling card, but it's a bomber, safe, and reliable binding too. The Triple Pivot Elite Toe and Inter Pivot Heel provide a good amount of elastic travel, so you won't pre-release and can set your DIN lower, which can save your tibs, fibs, and knee ligs. The Gliding AFD plate ensures consistent lateral release, and the binding's wide footprint is designed to push power to the edges of wider skis, so you don't feel lost when you're pushing your big boards through the park or mobbing through choppy leftovers.

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