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Marker Squire Ski Bindings

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 Overview
 

The Marker Squire is back again this season in some exciting colors. The Squire has almost the same great design as the heavier bindings have, but in one light weight good looking package. The Triple Pivot Light Toe has a horizontal spring that has a light weight, but durable package that will give you solid energy transfer. Marker's Hollow Linkage Heel is easy for you to step into, and will keep your heel down safely and securely. The Squire also has a stainless steel, height adjustable Gliding AFD that will keep you in when you need to be kept in, and let you out when you need to be out. The Gliding AFD will also give you consistent release values, even with dirty and worn out boot soles. A wide mounting platform has torsional power, and a shorter footprint will enable your skis to flex deeply. If you are looking for a binding that has performance, value, and some flashy colors, the Marker Squire will be a great binding for you.

 

Skill Range: Beginner-AdvancedIntermediate


 

  • Triple Pivot Light Toe
  • Hollow Linkage Heel
  • Stainless Steel, Height Adjustable, Gliding AFD

 Specifications

Ski Binding Specifications

Ski Gear Intended Use: All Mountain
Category: Downhill
Max Din Setting: 11
Actual Din Range: 3-11
Recommended Weight Range: 65-240 lbs.
Binding Weight: 3.37 lbs.
Warranty: One Year
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Model Year: 2016
Model Number: 7424O1.MA
Product ID: 362899
 Reviews

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From : omaha, ne
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4.5
work well
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clip in and go. used once but no issues and easy to use
 
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  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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From : Duluth MN
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5.0
Well worth the money
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When I first bought these bindings I was new to park skiing and a friend suggested I buy quality bindings. I've owned these bindings for a while and they are exactly what I expected.
 
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  • No
 
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  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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Q: Hi, I just bought Volkl Kenja 2016 skis - they have a 90 mm waist - would I need 90 or 110mm brakes? Also, would Squire work for me - I am 5' 3", 135lbs, adv intermediate skier. Thanks
Asked : Sep 22, 2016
By : Lady, Hamilton, MA
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A: The 90mm waist will be a perfect fit. The general guideline is a brake width equal to or greater than the waist width of your ski.
Answered : Sep 23, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am 5'8" 165lb male. I ski a Volkl Kink 171. I ski at an advanced level and like high -peeds on groomers. I like to play in the bumps and trees, but also spend part of the day switch skiing with the kids on the little hill. What bindings would you recommend as a light yet high performance option?
Asked : Sep 14, 2016
By : Dan, Denver, CO
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A: If you are an advanced skier, I would steer you more towards the Marker Griffon or Tyrolia Attack 13. Each of these has a much stronger energy transfer without adding too much weight.
Answered : Sep 15, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: 140 lb intermediate skier with 2016 belle to belle 161. What bindings would you recommend? Was looking at the Marker Squire.
Asked : Sep 06, 2016
By : Kyle, Doran, MN
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A: The Marker Griffon, Tyrolia Attack 13, Salomon STH WTR 13, or Look SPX 12 all have a skill level that is more appropriate for the Belle to Belle. The 90mm brake size on any of those will be the best fit.
Answered : Sep 07, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am a 110 pound expert female skier. I am considering buying a pair of Rosssignol temptation 88 skis. Which marker binding would you recommend?
Asked : Aug 29, 2016
By : Kathy, Landisville, Pa
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A: If you are an expert skiing on the Temptation 88, who is a fan of Marker Bindings, the Griffon with a 90mm brake would be the best option for you.
Answered : Aug 30, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm 6', 210 lbs, got k2 rictor 90, 170cm. Will marker squire be better or other model? Thanks
Asked : Aug 21, 2016
By : Ace, Concord nc
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A: The Marker Griffon would be a much better option, based on your weight. The 90mm brake size will be a perfect fit for that ski.
Answered : Aug 22, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I just bought the Icelantic Pigrim 179. Would the Squire 90mm bindings work for these skis? I'm 6' 190LB , intermideate to expert skier on a budget.
Asked : Jul 31, 2016
By : Trent, Colorado Springs
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A: The 90mm Squire will work if you are on a budget, but you may not get enough of the desired energy transfer. The Marker Griffon will offer you more performance.
Answered : Aug 01, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi I just Bought a pair of Kastle BMX 78 which is the size for the binding 90 mm or 110 mm thank you
Asked : Jul 28, 2016
By : german, Miami
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A: A 90mm brake will be the best fit for you new BMX 78.
Answered : Jul 28, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: My skis are 88 at mid ski- do I enough clearance for brakes, with marker 90 brakes enough clearance?
Asked : Jul 27, 2016
By : Brooks, Seattle, Washington
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A: A 90mm brake is the perfect size for an 88mm waist ski.
Answered : Jul 28, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I own the K2 Empress 159cm and I am 5'3" and weigh 115 lbs. I'd like to start skiing in the park but still ski all mountain. Would the 90s work for me? The waist width of the k2s is 85mm
Asked : Jul 26, 2016
By : Meghan, Augusta
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A: Based on your weight, the ski you have, and what you intend to do with it the 90mm Squire would be a perfect option for you.
Answered : Jul 27, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What Marker binding would you recommend for the Rossignol Savory 7? The length is 170. I am 5' 4", 150 pounds, and an intermediate to advanced skier.
Asked : Jul 21, 2016
By : Steph, Herriman, Utah
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A: Based on your ski selection and ability, I would recommend the Marker Griffon with a 110mm brake for the Savory7.
Answered : Jul 21, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
 
 

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