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Marker and Kastle Issue Binding Recall

Marker and Kastle Issue Binding Recall

[ Wed, 2011-01-12 16:30 ]
Marker kastle binding recall

Marker and Kastle issued voluntary recalls for a handful of bindings due to a defect that could cause the skier to fall - though no injuries have been reported.

“Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed,” according to a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission press release.

The recall, which affects about 5,400 units, includes 2010-11 Marker and Kastle Twin Cam bindings with a max DIN setting of 12. Steel springs in the heel pieces could break and cause injuries.

The Kastle bindings being recalled are made by Marker but branded as Kastle, according to a Kastle spokeswoman.

Consumers are instructed to return the bindings to an authorized dealer immediately to have the issue resolved for free. Shops should contact their brand representative for more information.


Recalled models:

Marker 12.0 TC Comp EPS/white and red

Marker 12.0 Free with 90mm or 110mm ski brake/black

Marker rMotion 12.0 D/white and red

Kastle K12 KTI

Kastle K12 CTI with 90mm or 110mm ski brake


To read more about the recall, visit Skiing Business, or click here.