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The Marker Squire has been one of the most tried-and-true alpine ski bindings in the world for around a decade now. Svelte and reliable, it's a top pick for many women skiers and lighter-weight guys. For 2021-22, the Squire features a couple updates that make it even more accessible and user-friendly. Marker's new Hollow Linkage Heel requires 30% less force when you step in versus the previous version. That may not matter next to the lift line, but when your ski pops off in powder and you're trying to get back in the saddle, you want a binding that won't fight you. Also, the anti-ice rail seen in other Marker bindings now comes to the Squire, further promoting a solid connection every time. And, to help alleviate your boot sole concerns, the new Squire also fits alpine and GripWalk soles without any height adjustment. Pack those updates into a new wave of colors, both flashy and understated, and you get a time-tested product that's better than ever. Note: Bigger and/or more aggressive skiers who need a binding with a little more mass and a higher DIN range should look at the Marker Griffon.Please Note: The 2022 Version of the Squire is Not Compatible with Alpine Touring Soles. It will only accept Alpine and GripWalk Soles.
Click here for ski binding DIN Chart & Calculator. DIN is a scale of the force required for a binding to release. The lower a DIN number, the easier a binding releases; the higher the DIN number, the harder it is for a binding to release.
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Q: What is the difference between the Marker Squire 11 and Marker Squire 11 ID?
From Emma - April 2022
A: The Marker Squire 11 is just GW and Alpine sole compatible, while the Marker Squire ID can accommodate any boot sole type, including touring soles.
By Ryan P
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