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Marker Schizo

Marker Schizo
Marker Schizo
One binding that suits both new-school and traditional applications

Until now, skiers planning to spend lots of time in the park had a tough decision to make when it came time to mount a binding to a new ski. They could center-mount it for balanced swing-weight and good park-performance, or they could mount it in conventional fashion—aft of center—for traditional all-mountain performance. The Schizo system, available on Marker’s Jester and Baron bindings, lets you have it both ways. A cable-and-track system allows the binding to be mounted somewhere in between, then moved forward or back over a six-centimeter range.

Kästle Launches Line of High Performance Skis

Four mens' and four womens' skis are unveiled for the 2008-09 ski season.

Marker Bindings 1999


Marker, the choice among many elite racers, is the Mercedes of bindings, employing some of the most sophisticated engineering and tooling in the world.

Tecnica Acquires Nordica


After months of on again off againnegotiations, Tecnica has finalized an agreement to purchase Nordica skiboots from the Benetton Sports Group for an undisclosed price.

Marker Bindings 2003


A preview of Marker bindings for the 2003 season.

Marker Bindings 2002


A review of Marker Bindings 2002.

Marker Bindings 1998


Marker, which accounts for roughly half of the binding business in the U.S., confidently elected to show SKI only three of its more than 70 products.

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