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Marker Kingpin 10 AT Binding

Marker Kingpin 10 AT Binding
399,00 €-15%
Width: 100-125 mm
Marker
Was 469,00 €
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

Marker's Kingpin bindings are strong "tech" free-rando touring bindings. Available in two versions, the Kingpin 10 has a solid toe-piece with 6 springs and offers a DIN release range of 5-10.
Weighing in at a very respectable 1.50 kg / pair including ski brakes, the Kingpin 10 is designed for use with mid-fat and fat free-rando skis.
The Kingpin 10 is light enough to take you far into the backcountry while supplying the power and control you need for powerful full speed descents in all snow conditions.

Marker have refined and improved the Kingpin bindings every winter since their introduction, and the design's unique toe and heel pieces are the culmination of years of R&D testing and development.
The Kingpin's release mechanism has DIN/ISO 13992:2007  certification from Germany’s prestigious TÜV testing organization.
The Kingpin has wide baseplates for use with mid-fat and fat free-rando and freeride skis. We recommend the Kingpin 10 for skis with waists of 88 mm or wider.
Step-in is easy and for skinning up the climbing aids give up to 13° lift.
Freerando skiers choose the Kingpin for it's downhill performance thanks to the toe-unit with 6-pack Power Springs and advanced XXL Power Transmitter heel unit. 

We recommend the Marker Kingpin 10 for free-rando ski tourers wanting a binding that climbs efficiently and also delivers excellent downhill performance in the backcountry.

Features:

Kingpin Toe
The PinTech design on the KingPin toe piece promotes an ergonomic rolling up the foot and the most direct possible connection to the ski. Six steel springs capture the energy optimally, up to a DIN setting of 10. Individually adjustable positioning blocks make it quick and easy to step in no matter what the conditions.
Kingpin Heel
The revolutionary heel construction for the PinTech bindings features wide sole contact points to deliver the kind of direct, lossless power transfer more frequently seen in alpine bindings.
Kingpin Climbing Aid
The Kingpin has two easy to use climbing aids giving 7° and 13° lift. These are easily deployed or lowered using the ski pole basket. Since the climbing aids are positioned in the upper center of the heel piece, they are always easy to reach.
Walk/Ski Modes
The refined locking/unlocking procedure for the heel piece is part of the binding's charm. It takes just one step to switch from walk to ski mode: Simply flip a lever, push down on the heel and you're good to go. The mechanism works even in critical situations and challenging descents.
Safety Release
The Kingpin offers release functionality and values similar with those found on alpine bindings. The heel of the KingPin releases not only vertically but in addition sidewise. The energy, consistency and efficiency of the release of the KingPin heel are comparable with the standards for alpine bindings. The heel design with contact pressure and classical sole seat delivers perfect length compensation, preventing unintended releases or compromised ski flex. One major advantage of the Kingpin in terms of safety is the possibility to ski in the unlocked position (lever on the heel in "ski," not "walk" position!).

Model: Marker Kingpin 10
Binding Type: Insert Free-rando touring bindings
Release Range: 5-10 DIN
Recommended Skier Weight: 30-105 kg
Weight: 1.50 kg / pair
Boot Height above ski: 21 mm

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