Marker Jester 18 Pro ID Ski Binding

Marker Jester 18 Pro ID Ski Binding
Marker Jester 18 Pro ID Ski Binding
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Jester 18 Pro ID Ski Binding by Marker
The Marker Jester 18 Pro ID Ski Binding boasts the same hard-charging, big-mountain-beating, steep-and-deep slaying design as last season's model, except Marker's authorized retailers can now adjust the toe piece to accommodate AT touring boots as well as alpine setups. Either way, the 8 - 18 DIN aims expert skiers off big cliffs and down bigger mountains with locked in security. This is Marker's pro-level freeski binding after all, so feel free to ride powder, park, pipe, or something more creative than that. This binding can handle it.

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SKU: MRK006A
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