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Marker - Kingpin 10 Bindings

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Happy days in the backcountry await! So seize em' with the Marker Kingpin 10, a half tech, half traditional alpine touring binding. Features that elevate it over the competition come from the fruits of labor spent in Research and Development for years. Skiiers of different backgrounds can expect ease of use while in the field. Stepping into the bindings will trigger a satisfying click ,step-in-guides ensure proper placement for PinTec toe design boots. As you drop the weight of your foot, an alpine-style heel piece will shift, applying downward pressure onto the boot and active contact onto the ski. You can expect effective energy transmission from a stiff, strong toe and heel design.

If your ascent follows a higher grade, climbing aids offer relief by providing 7° and 13° of support with just a flip of their position using the ski pole. For routes with more unforgiving terrain that require a little more bite, 80-120mm wide crampons can be easily installed.

Once you finish your climb, you've taken in the view, and you're ready to get into the "meat & potatoes" of your journey (skiing!), your Kingpin bindings can switch from hiking to skiing mode without even being removed. As you descend and start carving up the mountainside, the XXL Power Transmitter located in the heel will come into play. It reduces weight for minimum friction and maximum centering. And you control din settings on both the vertical and lateral axes.

Whether in or out of bounds, the Kingpin 10 will keep you on the fast track to good times.


  • XXL Power Transmition
  • Vertical & Lateral Adjustable Release
  • Crampon compatibility


  • Brake width 75 - 100 mm and 100 - 125 mm
  • Din/ISO Range 5.0 - 10.0
  • Boot type: Touring Boots
  • Recom. Skier's Weight 30 - 105kg
  • Heel adjustment range 25 mm
  • Walking modes 0°, 7°, 13°
  • Weight 670 g (75-100 mm) 680 g (100-125 mm)

Additional Information

Year Fall 2020