For over 60 years, Marker Bindings have been the top choice for ski racers to alpine tourists to casual resort-goers. Hannes Marker debuted his revolutionary releasable binding at the 1952 Sporting Goods Trade Show in Wiesbaden, Germany. Ski racers started using Marker Bindings in the World Cup, then the Royal Family freestyle series was introduced. Finally the alpine touring series of bindings came out allowing skiers to use the same binding for mountain ascents as downhill jaunts.
Marker bindings are looking more colorful this year and Volkl skis have gotten some major graphic upgrades as well. Here are some pictures from the SIA trade show of the new products for the 2014-2015 season. Stay tuned for more tech specs about these items! Marker Duke EPF- now in matte black Marker Tour F12 ... Continue Reading
There is something for everyone in the Marker Royal Family of Ski Bindings. Whether you are looking for a hard charging binding, or one that will help you stick 60ft booters in the park, or a versatile downhill and Alpine Touring binding, you’ll be sure to find it in the Marker 2012 line up. Here ... Continue Reading