Marker Baron 13 EPF 110 Downhill/AT Ski Binding

Marker Baron 13 EPF 110 Downhill/AT Ski Binding -

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Style: 7516N1LA

The Marker Baron 13 EPF 110 Ski Binding is all about touring convenience. You can release the heel to go into walk mode, or you can release the heel and engage the Climbing Aid. The Climbing Aid blocks the heel from coming all the way down to flat; it stops you at your choice of 7° or 13°. This makes it easier to skin up an incline. The Baron 13 EPF also has Marker's Power Width Design. It distributes pressure over a wider area, and more effectively transfers power to your skis. With this binding you can zip up the mountain, and fly down it.

  • Brake width: 110mm
  • DIN Range: 4-13
  • Heel release for touring
  • Climbing Aid features stops the heel at either 7° or 13°, making uphill travel easier
  • Triple Pivot Toe provides power transmission and reduces unwanted release
  • Gliding AFD reduces the chances of getting your boot stuck when you need release
  • Inter Pivot Heel increases power transmission to ski

Questions and Answers

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Q:
"I have Armada Majis Js, which are 126MM at the waist. Will the Barons fit these?"
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Question by JZ on 7/11/2016 - 7:27 pm
A:
"The brakes on these bindings would be too narrow for your skis. I would recommend looking for a binding that has brakes with at least a 121mm width and unfortunately we do not have that width option for brakes at this time. I hope this information helps!"
Answer by Julia (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/12/2016 - 12:02 pm
Q:
"will this work with 295mm boot"
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Question by jim on 7/28/2016 - 7:45 pm
A:
"Unfortunately, this binding will not be a good fit for the 295mm boots. The sole range on this binding is from 305 to 365 mm."
Answer by Manny (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/29/2016 - 12:11 pm
Q:
"Will this binding work with a boot size 26.5"
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Question by Glueker on 9/6/2016 - 8:17 pm
A:
"It looks like these are going to be more of a large and you would need more of a size medium or a small. I hope this information helps!"
Answer by Julia (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/7/2016 - 4:38 pm