2019 Marker Race Xcell 12 Bindings
Marker Race XCell 12 Bindings
Ski racing is a tricky sport, so it's incumbent upon us as the racing public to make it as easy and worry-free as possible. The Marker Race XCell 12 ski bindings are the perfect choice for advancing ski racers who are looking for the ultimate in safety and performance. Ski bindings are the steering wheel of the ski system. Each and every movement that you put into the boot has to get transmitted to the ski somehow, and the bindings are just the tool to do that job. When you tip your foot in your boot, the first thing the boot touches is the binding. As the binding is the only thing holding your boot to the ski, it's responsible for that transmission of energy. The Marker Race XCell 12 bindings are more than up to the task. Built just like the XCell 16 bindings but with a softer spring, these bindings have a DIN range of 4 to 12. They're perfect for skiers in the U12 and U14 division who need the best possible binding to get them to the top of the podium. When you're in the start gate, the last thing you want to be thinking of is your gear. With the Marker Race XCell 12 bindings, there's one less thing that you have to worry about. These things are rock-solid and confidence-inspiring. With a stainless-steel AFD gliding plate, you get a ton of response and power out of the toe, while the Twin-Cam X heel is perfect for getting all the power from your boot to the ski.
- DIN: 4-12
- Weight: 2348 grams
- 18 mm stand height
- XCell Technology
- Ability Level: Racer
Yup! We pair those with either the 12 or the 16, depending on a skier's DIN setting. Most skiers are fine with the 12's unless you're heavier and have more of a racing need. Take care!
It's listed as an 85, and it's a tight 85 for anything about that wide, but the brakes tuck in for the narrowest race skis made.
Do you mean 62 mm ski width? If so, then yes!
We actually don't stock any race plates aside from what comes included on certain race skis. Depending on how much rise you want, the Marker Piston Plate is likely the best choice, unless you're just looking for a couple mm from a riser plate. You should be able to find a Piston Plate from other retailers, or perhaps just order directly from Marker.
My apologies we can't be of greater assistance.