2020 Marker Race X-Cell 16.0 Bindings
2019 Marker Race Xcell 16 Bindings
The 2019 Marker Race Xcell 16 bindings are a phenomenal choice for high level alpine racers who are looking for the ultimate in safety and performance. Ideally suited for racers who are at the top of their game, but not necessarily at the top of their weight class. The Marker Race Xcell 16 has a DIN range of 6-16, so racers in a huge range will chart out properly for this binding. Although, you should probably be heavier than 130 pounds in order to glean the best results from this binding. It gets a bit wider of a mounting platform than other race bindings, and this gives you extra leverage over the edges of the skis, thus generating more power and quickness out of the turns. Ski racing is a highly technical sport, and in an arena in which winning and losing is separated by hundredths of seconds, every little bit counts. When you're in the start gate and getting ready to blast off, the last thing you want to be worried about is your gear. With the Marker Race Xcell 16 bindings, you'll be all set in that regard. The Xcell toe has a piston that dictates to the horizontally springed wings when and how to release. The heel piece features 16 mm of elastic travel, so you'll get a stiff, precise, and calculated performance out of the bindings no matter what. Increasing the quickness of the bindings are magnesium parts that lighten the binding and make for a quick, yet stiff reaction. High-end racers will love the safety and performance of the Marker Race Xcell 16 bindings.
- DIN Range: 6-16
- Gliding AFD
- Weight: 5.19 pounds
- Twin-Cam Heel
- Ability level: Racers
No 110 for that binding. They're pretty set in their racing ways. Have fun!
Does this binding come with a brake? If so what size?
Yes, comes with a brakes which are 75mm.
No, those bindings are not GW compatible. If the boots came with alpine soles, you can swap them out!
According to Marker the Race X-Cell 16 will be compatible with the 2015 marker piston plate. The hole pattern on Marker piston plates is unchanged so that 2015 plate will still be compatible with X-Cells as well as the newer X-Comp bindings.
The bindings do not come with riser plates. If you find a lifter for that binding, make sure you get the longer screws that goes with it.
I would not recommend these bindings for free skis. These bindings are race specific. Hope this helps!