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What Marker for POWDER

post #1 of 15
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I really like Marker bindings, I think they are really safe.

What Marker binding should I get for powder skiing skis?
post #2 of 15
If you are all about getting a marker binding for your powder ski you should check out either the Baron or Jester. These two bindings were specifically developed with fat skis in mind, plus they dont have the tendency to pre-release like some other markers have had a problem with.

The biggest difference between the two bindings is the Jester is a 16 DIN binding and the Baron is the 12 DIN version.

Marker Griffon 90mm Ski Bindings
Marker Jester 110mm Ski Bindings
post #3 of 15
I'd get the new Marker Trolls. They pre-release before you even click into them.
post #4 of 15
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Originally Posted by Jer View Post
I'd get the new Marker Trolls. They pre-release before you even click into them.
Are they the ones being marketed in Europe as Magic Markers?
post #5 of 15
I'd go for the Marker Boot Spitters.
post #6 of 15
Duke , Jester. 14 and 12 wide Free . All very good bindings.
post #7 of 15
Jester or Griffon.
post #8 of 15
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Originally Posted by sierra_canuck View Post
If you are all about getting a marker binding for your powder ski you should check out either the Baron or Jester. These two bindings were specifically developed with fat skis in mind, plus they dont have the tendency to pre-release like some other markers have had a problem with.

The biggest difference between the two bindings is the Jester is a 16 DIN binding and the Baron is the 12 DIN version.

Marker Griffon 90mm Ski Bindings
Marker Jester 110mm Ski Bindings

Ya I skied the Jesters and loved them...

And do try to research a bit first before asking, but I wouldn't go so far as to call you a troll, people can be jerks that way. IF after searching a bit, and you dont find what you are looking for, ask away
post #9 of 15
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I'd get the new Marker Trolls. They pre-release before you even click into them.
Terrible...

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Originally Posted by hitherandthither View Post
Are they the ones being marketed in Europe as Magic Markers?
WOW.
post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by sierra_canuck View Post
Baron or Jester.... they dont have the tendency to pre-release like some other markers have had a problem with.
What the hell are you basing this on???

I have 3 pairs of skis that I regularly use. 2 have Marker Comps on them, and one has Dukes. I pre-released twice last season (which I don't find particularly unreasonable.) BOTH pre-releases were on the Dukes.

By the way, all 3 were on the same setting, and I got FAR more mileage on the comps.....
post #11 of 15
duct tape and masonry nails just be sure to use a light load to mount them, a big load might blow the nail through the base---then you'd need more duct tape
post #12 of 15
Look Px12's
post #13 of 15
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Originally Posted by Rise To The Top View Post
Terrible...
Yeah - Markers are pretty terrible..
post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by Jer View Post
I'd get the new Marker Trolls.
I think the OP is looking for the bigger & better high DIN Troll-Masters. I hear they let you put the bait right where you want. Way better than the low DIN consumer Troll models. And easy to find during the summer!
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Originally Posted by spindrift View Post
I think the OP is looking for the bigger & better high DIN Troll-Masters. I hear they let you put the bait right where you want. Way better than the low DIN consumer Troll models. And easy to find during the summer!

my mistake! We're talkin high din here?? Well then, a medium load is better to use with the masonry nails . And blue duct tape is more appropriate.
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