2023 Marker Squire 11 Bindings

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Marker Squire 11 Bindings

The completely redesigned Marker Squire 11 Binding has progressive looks and is specially designed for lighter weight skiers. This binding is perfect for fully motivated freeriders or budding freestylers who want a very light and sturdy binding that is equipped with state-of-the-art components. A lightweight Triple Pivot Light toe piece features a distinctly Anti-Ice Off Rail to keep your boot sole free from ice and snow. This comes in particular handy on a powder day or when the snow gets wet and sticky. The Squire is equipped with a moveable AFD (Anti Friction Device) for a precise release every time and is entirely unhindered by dirt, snow and ice. Individual adjustment of the AFD to the area of application enhance optimized functionality. A state-of-the art Hollow Linkage Heel with its wider boot holder reduces the step-in force by approximately 35%, even with GripWalk soles. All in all, the Marker Squire 11 is very compact and despite its GripWalk compatibility, only 24mm high, which allows for a very direct feel and maximizes ski control. The Marker Squire 11 is available in five distinct color combinations- Black, White, Grey/White Green/Black, and Orange/Black. If you are aiming to have a lighter weight ski set up, there are a lot of reasons to go with the Marker Squire 11 Bindings.


  • Din Range: 3-11
  • Weight: 820 G Per Binding
  • Standing Height: 24 mm
  • Triple Pivot Light Toe Piece
  • Anti-Off Ice Rail
  • Anti-Friction Device
  • Hollow Linkage Heel
  • Ability level: Intermediate Skiers
2023 Marker Squire 11 Bindings
Hi - I'm 6' and 155 lbs. Currently a first-year early intermediate skier (have only skied blue runs) and don't plan on doing any big mountain / park skiing going forward. Will these fit my needs? I see the description says a 150lb max, but I am not a very aggressive skier. If these don't work, will the Warden 11s be significantly better? Thanks!
Question by: Brian on Mar 17, 2022, 8:56 PM
HI Brian!
I think 150 pounds is more of a generality than a specific. DIN range and binding compatibility have more components than just weight. I think either of those bindings will work just fine for you and your needs. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 18, 2022, 9:56 AM
Hi, I am 5’11 175 lbs and an advanced skier. I ski mainly on groomers and hit some side jumps here and there. Would you recommend this binding? I am also looking at the Look SPX 12s. Any suggestions as to which on I should go with?
Question by: Bob on Apr 26, 2022, 12:39 PM
Hi Bob!

I would recommend moving up to either the Griffon 13 or another 13 DIN binding. You might end up breaking the plastic on a squire 11 if you ski hard at your build. The Squire is built a little lighter so its not as durable since its meant for lighter skiers.

Have fun out there!
Answer by: Chris McClelland on Apr 26, 2022, 2:16 PM
What break size would you put on a pair of Blizzard Black Pearl 88’s? 100? Is 110 to big?
Question by: Garrett Kelley on Jun 2, 2022, 9:21 PM
Hi Garrett!

You want to make sure there isn't a lot of overhand on your brake arms so my recommendation would be the 90mm brake for a snug fit. This way the brake arms won't get tangled up with each other when you put your feet together.

Have fun!
Answer by: Chris McClelland (Admin) on Jun 3, 2022, 10:25 AM

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