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Marker Alpinist 9 Long Travel AT Binding

Marker Alpinist 9 Long Travel AT Binding
268,99 €-29%
Marker
Was 379,00 €
We mount bindings free of charge when you buy skis and bindings. Please check the box if you would like bindings mounted and fill in the required information for your ski boots, along with any other relevant information:

Please provide us with ALL of the following information:

  • Ski boot make and model
  • Ski boot mondopoint size
  • Ski boot sole length in mm
  • Your regular UK or European shoe size
  • If buying multiple skis/bindings, please confirm which binding you'd like attached to which ski

New for 2019, the Alpinists are Marker's first lightweight insert bindings. Announced to the world with lots of fanfare at the February 2018 ISPO trade show, the Alpinists have an interesting minimalist design and competitive price.

Available with a choice of 2 DIN settings, the Alpinist weighs only 245 g / ski.
With a relatively wide hole 38 mm hole drill pattern the Alpinist has sufficiently wide footprint for good power transfer and we'd reommend these bindings for skis up to 115 mm at the waist.
The toe-piece has a carbon-reinforced baseplate, anti-ice pads while elastomer "towers" make step-in easier.
To provide reliable release and control, the heel unit contains a small recoil spring for active length compensation.

The Alpinist heel unit has climbing aids with a choice of 0°, 5° and 9° angle for comfortable climbing.
On the ascent changing between climbing modes is easy and the three climbing heel positions are well designed, with a choice of flat, a low "race" position with a 5° ramp which covers the inserts without turning the heel unit, while turning the heel unit gives the  3rd high position with 9° ramp.
In use the “race” position will be used most and the simplicity of using this without having to turn the heel unit is well thought out.
Switching between hike and ride mode is simple and easy. 
If you’ll be using ski brakes then swapping between ski and walk modes takes a little longer but is still OK.
Moving from walk to ski mode is achieved by pulling the lever at the back of the heel unit to deploy the ski brakes.
You do need to remove boots from the bindings to easily swap between modes but in practice this is not an issue -  most skiers will be doing this anyway to remove or add skins.

Ski crampons are available four widths, 80, 90, 105 and 120 mm.
Attaching them to the skis is easy, using the same attachment method as the industry standard Dynafit crampons, sliding into the crampon slot from the side.

Marker have given the Alpinists adjustable lateral release (4-9 or 6-12) while the frontal release is fixed at 8 DIN by the use of lightweight "U" springs, as used on most race bindings.
Should you require weaker or stronger release then "U" springs with 6 DIN or 10 DIN are available as accesories.
These "U" springs do wear faster than independent pins as used on the Dynafit Speed and Plum Guide models, so should be checked from time to time for wear.

The Alpinists are available in four versions this winter.
The Alpinist 9 and 12 do not have ski brakes and do not come supplied with a leash, which should be bought separately.
The Alpinist 9 and 12 Long Travel have an additional lightweight heel plate that gives 30 mm boot adjustment and come supplied with brakes, available in widths of 90, 105 and 115 mm.

Marker Alpinist 9
Lateral release 4-9 DIN, frontal release 8 DIN.
Ski brakes: Optional
Heel Unit Boot Length Adjustment: 15 mm (+7.5 mm/-7.5 mm)
Marker Alpinist 12
Lateral release 6-12 DIN, frontal release 8 DIN.
Ski brakes: Optional
Heel Unit Boot Length Adjustment: 15 mm (+7.5 mm/-7.5 mm)
Marker Alpinist 9 Long Travel
Lateral release 4-9 DIN, frontal release 8 DIN.
Ski brakes: Included
Heel Unit Boot Length Adjustment: 30 mm (+15 mm/-15 mm)
Marker Alpinist 12 Long Travel
Lateral release 6-12 DIN, frontal release 8 DIN.
Ski brakes: Included
Heel Unit Boot Length Adjustment: 30 mm (+15 mm/-15 mm)

We were lucky to be able to test the new Marker Alpinist AT bindings this spring. Take a look at our blog  MARKER ALPINIST SPRING TEST REPORT for full details.
An interesting lightweight "efficient" touring binding, lots of ski tourers will be keen to try these bindings this winter.

Features:

Step-In
Integrated elastomers serve as visual aid and allow easy stepping in.
Anti-ice pads prevent icing of toe and heel
Hiking Uphill
Ultra light construction for efficient climbing. Only 245 g / ski.
Easy to use climbing aid (0° / 5° / 9°)
0° walking mode for long, slightly elevated ascents
Fast shift mode for super fast angle changes of the climbing aid
Easy mounting of the crampon, available in 4 widths
Downhill 
Perfect power transfer thanks to a 38 mm drill pattern
Maximum stiffness due to carbon-reinforced toe components
Length compensation of the ski flex
Adjustable horizontal release with DIN-settings 4 - 9 or 6 - 12
Fast and simple switching between hike and ride mode.

 

 

Model: Marker Alpinist 9 long Travel
Release Range:
Lateral: 4-9 DIN
Frontal: 8 DIN
Recommended Skier Weight: 40-90 kg
Toe System: PinTech
Step-in Heel: Rotate Pivot
Weight: 690 g / pair including ski brakes

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