2018 Marker F10 Tour AT Bindings

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2017 Marker F10 Tour AT Bindings

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More and more skiers are getting into the backcountry and the sidecountry. For those of us who love to go out and explore but don't want a setup that's limited to backcountry only, the Marker Tour F10 Touring Bindings are an excellent choice. The Tour F10 puts a lightweight alpine toe and heel piece together with a touring baseplate. The combination delivers solid downhill performance from a lightweight uphill setup. Marker's Triple Pivot Light Toe is a lightweight toe piece with a horizontal spring. The toe is constructed to get the most power transmission possible from a lightweight design. The toe features a gliding AFD plate, giving you the same safety features as on-piste binding. And the AFD is height adjustable. Combine that with Marker's new SOLE.ID technology and you can have the Tour F10 setup for alpine or AT boot norms. The Hollow Linkage heel is super lightweight, but still delivers strong downhill performance. The wide footprint of the binding allows for strong power transmission to wider skis. The F10 doesn't skimp on touring features either. An easy to use lever makes it simple to switch from downhill to touring modes. Plus, the binding features a three position titanium climbing aid that can be adjusted with a pole tip. The touring baseplate is a lightweight hollow frame that Marker has stiffened for even better climbing performance. For skiers who want a lightweight touring setup with maximum versatility, the Marker Tour F10 is a strong choice.


  • DIN: 3 - 10
  • SOLE.ID: ISO 5355 (Alpine) & ISO 9523 (AT) Boot Sole Compatible
  • Recommended Skier Weight: 65 – 230 lbs.
  • Stand Height w/o Ski: 36 mm
  • Triple Pivot Light Toe
  • Height Adjustable Gliding AFD
  • Hollow Linkage Step-In Heel
  • Large: sole length 305-365mm, weight 1998 g
  • Small: sole length 265-325mm, weight 1960 g
2018 Marker F10 Tour AT Bindings
Hi, I'm interested in trying alpine touring. I'm an average skier and bought:
2017 Rossignol Experience 75 Ca Skis and 2017 Dalbello Aerro 75 Ski Boots. I'm wondering if these bindings would work with my skis? It sounds like they would work with my boots, too, but my boots would be far from ideal for climbing. Would it be possible though or ridiculous? Looking to try Alpine Touring at Bolton with a lower up front investment. Any advice is appreciated.
Question by: Rob Peterson on Dec 15, 2019, 8:20 AM
Hi Rob!
Sorry, your Experience skis come with a system binding, and that's the only binding that'll go on those skis. You'd have to get a "flat" ski so you could put a binding of your choice (in this case a touring binding) on them. Boots with walk modes are certainly easier to hike in, but it's not compulsory. I'd try to find a cheap/older ski to put an F10 on and go from there. You still would need skins, and expandable poles are nice. Good luck!
Answer by: Bob St.Pierre on Dec 18, 2019, 3:00 PM
If I mount the Marker F10 Tour, then adjust it to fit different boots (BSLs within the range for the small size) will I have to re-mount a heel piece? Or is it all ON the frame?
Question by: Nick on Jan 14, 2020, 4:14 PM
Hi Nick!
It depends on the gap in sizing. You can actually adjust the heel piece almost 6 cm, but you're throwing off the center. Have them mounted so that you can split the difference, leading to a better balance. Have fun!
Answer by: Bob St.Pierre on Jan 17, 2020, 11:22 AM

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