Marker's 11. 0 TP Binding is technically an all-mountain ski binding.... if that mountain is insanely steep on all sides. It certainly holds you in when you're cranking turns at high speeds on groomer days, but the 11. 0 TP really shines when you're riding lines so steep that you might fall off the entire mountain if you eject. The redesigned Twin Cam X Heel increases the connectivity between your boot and this binding to ensure proper guidance down the near-verts. A binding this tight might make you worry that you won't eject when your ACL or MCL wished you had, but Marker's intelligent backward release differentiates between forces that occur during backward twisting falls and transitioning the ski's sides. The result is a competent binding that keeps you in when you're beating up the mountain, and releases when the mountain beats you up. The triple pivot compact toe has a horizontal spring to reduce swing weight and enhance comfort when paired with Marker's GripWalk boot sole.
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