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For 2020-21, there's a new addition to the relatively new category of do-everything, “hybrid” alpine touring bindings: the Marker Duke PT. Unlike the previous Duke, a frame AT binding, the Duke PT blends full-on alpine performance on the downhill with tech (pins) skinning on the way up. The result is a product that has been called the “holy grail” of bindings by folks here at Powder7 and beyond. Why is it such a big deal? Well, if you're someone who usually skis the resort but wants to also get into alpine touring, this binding allows you to only have one setup. Likewise for skiers who split their time between the resort and backcountry about 50/50. And, if you ski a ton of backcountry and do it with zero reservations and maximum amplitude, aggressiveness, and charging, you should also consider a Duke PT. Offering the same general appeal as the wildly popular Salomon Shift, the Duke PT also weighs in much lighter than frame AT bindings and regular alpine bindings yet heavier than other options on the touring market. Like the Shift, it's light enough to tour with all day and a no-brainer if you don't mind hauling a little extra weight in order to maximize your descent. Unlike the Shift, the Duke PT features a fully removable toepiece. Tilt it forward or stowe it in your pack for the climb, then engage it when you're ready to rip turns. It's a system that becomes second-nature with very little practice, and it delivers unparalleled versatility. Lighter or more conservative skiers should choose the Duke PT 12, while heavier or more advanced skiers will love the extra heft of the Duke PT 16. In this wonderful new decade, there's no need for most skiers who want to ski the resort and tour to invest in multiple setups. The Duke PT is a big reason why.
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