Comparison Review 2022 Marker Bindings

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MODELTOE
HEIGHT (mm)
HEEL
HEIGHT (mm)
SETTING RANGEWEIGHT
(g/pr)
STANDARD BRAKE SIZES (mm)OPTIONAL BRAKE SIZES (mm)SOLE COMPATIBILITY
10.0 TP19243-10151885, 100DIN, GripWalk
X-Comp 12 GW15184-1223687590DIN, GripWalk
X-Comp 16 GW15186-1623987590DIN, GripWalk
Squire 1019243-10172485, 100DIN, GripWalk
Squire 11 ID19243-11154090, 100, 110DIN, GripWalk, AT
Squire 12 TCX19244-12194890, 100, 11075DIN, GripWalk
Griffon 13 ID20244-13204490, 100, 110, 120136DIN, GripWalk, AT
Jester 16 ID20246-16210690, 100, 110120, 136DIN, GripWalk, AT
Jester 18 Pro20248-18219090, 120100, 110, 136DIN, GripWalk, AT
FDT 10
2-Piece Plate (demo)
29.5283-10198085, 100DIN, Gripwalk
FDT TPX 12 (demo)29.5284-12254090, 110DIN, GripWalk
Squire 11 TCX D (demo)29.5283-11193590, 110DIN, GripWalk, AT
Griffon 13 D(demo)29.5284-13245090, 110120, 136DIN, GripWalk, AT
Griffon 13 TCX D (demo)29.5284-13245090, 110, 120136DIN, GripWalk, AT
Note: All specs are based on information available at time of publishing and are subject to change.


Marker 10.0 TP
  • Pluses: Multidirectional toe, accepts GripWalk, ultra lightweight
  • Minuses: No brake option 80 mm or less
  • Color options: Black/Anthracite
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived L/Z/Colt 12, Stage GW 11, Warden MNC 11; Tyrolia Attack 11 GW, Attack 12 GW; Fischer Attack 11 AT; Marker Squire 11; Look NX 11 GW
Marker X-Comp 12 GW
  • Pluses: Quick return to center, no adjustment needed to switch to GripWalk
  • Minuses: Tough to find
  • Color options: Black
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived Warden MNC 13, STH2 13; Tyrolia AM12 GW, Attack 12 GW, Attack 14 GW; Look SPX 12 GW, Pivot 12 GW, Pivot 14 GW
Marker X-Comp 16 GW
  • Pluses: Quick return to center, no adjustment needed to switch to GripWalk, bargain price for a binding that goes to 16
  • Minuses: Tough to find
  • Color options: Black
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived STH2 MNC 16; Tyrolia Attack 17 GW; Marker Griffon 16 ID; Look Pivot 15 GW, Pivot 18 GW
Marker Squire 11 ID
  • Pluses: New heel that is 30% easier to get in, ultra lightweight
  • Minuses: Still difficult to get into for lighter skiers, short BSL, or deeper snow
  • Color options: Black, White, Teal/Black, Grey/White, Orange/Black, Green/Black, Black/Anthracite, White/Anthracite
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived L/Z/Colt 12, Stage GW 11, Warden MNC 11; Tyrolia Attack 11 GW, Attack 12 GW; Look NX 11 GW
Marker Squire 12 TCX
  • Pluses: TCX heel is very easy step in. Lightweight.
  • Minuses: Will get missed by many buyers.
  • Color options: Black
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived Warden MNC 13, STH2 13; Tyrolia AM12 GW, Attack 12 GW, Attack 14 GW, Attack 14 NM; Marker X-Comp 12 GW, Griffon 13 ID; Look NX12 GW, SPX 12 GW, Pivot 12 GW, Pivot 14 GW
Marker Griffon 13 ID
  • Pluses: New heel is 30% easier to get in, lightest actual weight, lateral spring, fast return to center, no adjustment needed to switch to GripWalk
  • Minuses: Still difficult to get into for lighter skiers, short BSL, or deeper snow
  • Color options: Black, White, Anthracite/Black/Red, Teal/Flo-Yellow
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived Warden MNC 13, STH2 13; Tyrolia AM12 GW, Attack 12 GW, Attack 14 GW, Attack 14 NM; Marker Squire 12 TCX, X-Comp 12 GW; Look SPX 12 GW, Pivot 12 GW, Pivot 14 GW
Marker Jester 16 ID
  • Pluses: Metal toe wing and heel stanchions, no adjustment needed to switch to GripWalk
  • Minuses: Still difficult to get into for lighter skiers, short BSL, or deeper snow
  • Color options: Black/Grey
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived STH2 MNC 16; Tyrolia Attack 17 GW; Marker X-Comp 16, Griffon 18 Pro ID; Look Pivot 15 GW, Pivot 18 GW
Marker Jester 18 Pro
  • Pluses: Solid AFD, metal toe wing and heel stanchions
  • Minuses: Difficult to get into for lighter skiers, short BSL, or deeper snow
  • Color options: Teal/Flo-Yellow
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived STH2 MNC 16; Tyrolia Attack 17 GW; Marker X-Comp 16, Griffon 16 ID; Look Pivot 15 GW, Pivot 18 GW
Demo Bindings

Marker FDT 10 2-Piece Plate

  • Adjustment range: 260-388 mm
  • Toolless length adjustment: Yes
  • Sole compatibility: DIN, GripWalk
  • Pluses: Traditional design for a narrower ski
  • Minuses: Not for stronger skiers or wider skis
  • Color options: White
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived NR 11, Warden MNC 11 DT; Tyrolia PR 11 GW, Attack 11 NM Demo; Marker Squire 11 TCX D; Look NX12 Konec
Marker FDT TPX 12
  • Adjustment range: 260-388 mm
  • Toolless length adjustment: Yes
  • Sole compatibility: DIN, GripWalk
  • Pluses: Traditional design for a narrower ski
  • Minuses: Not MNC
  • Color options: Black/White
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived MNC 13 DT; Tyrolia PR 11 GW, PRD 12 GW, Freeflex Demo 14 GW, Attack 14 MN Demo; Marker Griffon 13 D, Griffon 13 TCX D; Look SPX 12 Test, SPX 12 Konect
Marker Squire 11 TCX D
  • Adjustment range: 260-388 mm
  • Toolless length adjustment: Yes
  • Sole compatibility: All
  • Pluses: Lightest of all demos
  • Minuses: Still need to check forward pressure
  • Color options: Black
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived NR 11, Warden MNC 11 DT; Tyrolia PR 11 GW, Attack 11 NM Demo; Marker FDT 10; Look NX12 Konect
Marker Griffon 13 D
  • Adjustment range: 260-388 mm
  • Toolless length adjustment: Yes
  • Sole compatibility: All
  • Pluses: New heel is 30% easier to get in, lightest of 13 demo bindings
  • Minuses: Still difficult to get into for lighter skiers, short BSL, or deeper snow; still need to check forward pressure
  • Color options: Black
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived MNC 13 DT; Tyrolia PR 11 GW, PRD 12 GW, Freeflex Demo 14 GW, Attack 14 MN Demo; Marker Griffon 13 TCX D; Look SPX 12 Test, SPX 12 Konect
Marker Griffon 13 TCX D
  • Adjustment range: 260-388 mm
  • Toolless length adjustment: Yes
  • Sole compatibility: All
  • Pluses: Easy step-in heel
  • Minuses: Still need to check forward pressure
  • Color options: Black
  • Others to consider: Salomon derived MNC 13 DT; Tyrolia PR 11 GW, PRD 12 GW, Freeflex Demo 14 GW, Attack 14 MN Demo; Marker FDT TPX 12, Griffon 13 D; Look SPX 12 Test, SPX 12 Konect
 

JButtah

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I just received the Squire 11 TCX D and they actually weigh closer to 2260g per pair.
 

Ken_R

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I just received the Squire 11 TCX D and they actually weigh closer to 2260g per pair.

Most likely the weight listed is without brakes.
 

JButtah

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Most likely the weight listed is without brakes.

Well, I had a chance to weight the Griffon 13 TCX demos too. On 2 different scales they came out to 2540 g for the pair with 110mm brakes. So a 90 g discrepancy with the listed weight, whereas the Squires have a 325 g difference.
 

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Well, I had a chance to weight the Griffon 13 TCX demos too. On 2 different scales they came out to 2540 g for the pair with 110mm brakes. So a 90 g discrepancy with the listed weight, whereas the Squires have a 325 g difference.

It then is listed wrong because its odd that the regular Squire 12 TCX binding is listed at 1948g and the 11 TCX Demo is listed at 1935g. Demo bindings are usually heavier given similar designs. Weird indeed.
 
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