Marker Kingpin TLT Boot Adapter

Marker Kingpin TLT Boot Adapter
Marker Kingpin TLT Boot Adapter
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Kingpin TLT Boot Adapter by Marker
Marker's Kingpin Binding isn't compatible with all short-soled touring boots (check out Marker's website and consult your trusted ski tech for a complete list), but if you're planning on using the Kingpin with boots like the Dynafit TLT 5/6 or Scarpa Aliens, you need to install the Kingpin TLT Heel adapter on your boot for a secure fit.

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SKU: MRK001L
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