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Marker Jester Pros, good, bad, indifferent?

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Anyone here have any experience with the 2012/13 Jester Pros? I found some at a great price, but researching them it seems there's some differing opinions on reliability and also pre release issues on older models. I guess I'm looking for affirmation on how reliably they function and if durability is better with this seasons model before I slap them on the new Mantras. Thanks.
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Bumping this one time, needing some help on this. Thanks
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I think it's a solid binding that works great. Very light for a high-DIN binding, if that matters to you.

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The binding rips. Only the pivot lovers will talk trash about the Jester. If your a pivot guy there is not talking to them about any Markers. The pro adds the torsion bar and stiffens the spring. Great binding. Never had any durability issues with any Jesters I have own over the years and really the only issue there was the Squire. The Pro is a solid choice no question. 

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Well, with a DIN range from 8-18, you need to be sure you truly need at least a DIN 8 setting.

 

(now I understand this IS a Marker binding, so you might have to ski it at least +2 over a comparable Look product wink.gif )

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Thanks for the input guys!
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