Marker Tour F12 EPF

Marker Tour F12 EPF
Brand: Marker
Modelyear: 2016
Manufacturers description
Marker F12 Tour EPF är Markers lättaste rambindning för Touring. 610 gram lättare än Marker Duke vilket är glädjande vid lite längre anmarscher. Storlek Small tar 265-325mm och Large tar 305-365mm sullängder. Skistopper 110mm. Åkarvikt under 120kg (DIN 4-12).

(Official information from Marker)


What do you think about Marker Tour F12 EPF?
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Pillard
12/04/2019
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Strenghts:
Light
Smooth
Safe down (for the right skier)

Weaknesses:
Must lift the entire bond in each step
Can be thieves for some riders

Summary:
A great option for those who for some reason cannot use tech-bindings but who still want to be able to venture without enormous weight. However, be aware that the bonding is very dependent on riding style as it is completely impossible with constant thieves for some.

Model year: 2018
MartinHansson78
12/03/2019
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Strenghts:
Stable bonding that provides opportunities

Weaknesses:
must remove the boot to change

Summary:
Good step into walking without compromise on stability in the piste

Model year: 2019
mWadsten
21/12/2017
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Strenghts:
+ Versatile
+ Good power transmission from tie to ski
+ easier than the duke binding
+ feels like a regular bonding performs

Weaknesses:
- The need to take off the ski when changing from a walking apron
- The binding is lifted with each step (unlike the King-pin, where only the ladder is lifted in the step)
- something heavy anyway

Summary:
I have tested this bond on a pair of 4frh EHP. Rides both in cushions and in the fist. I have tested this product especially on shorter trips (day trips). I experience this bond as versatile and stable and best suited for those who do shorter trips with a focus on driving pleasure. It also works well upwards with 3 different height positions at the back, making the journey easier at different slopes. However, it starts to feel somewhat heavy by the end of the day.

I can recommend this binding to the one who:
- Wanna start to travel without compromising on the ride
- Both the lift cage and top trips
- Want a skid that works everywhere