Marker Jester 2015

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Marker Jester

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Regular Price: £255.00

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Freeski binding

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Regular Price: £255.00

Special Price £230.00

Powerful freestyle freeride binding with a DIN 6-16. This low ramp angled binding is ideal for the serious freestyle or powerful freerider giving great feel from what is a chunky binding. The compact nature coupled with the stainless steel AFD and cross-axis toe spring provide the low swing weight and compact mounting ideal for twists and spins.

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Brand Marker
Binding type Freeski

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Posted by Will Ottley on Sunday, 20 January 2013

Question:

Hi, What is the difference between these and the Marker Griffon? What bindings would suit the 2011 head Jonny 94 ski? Thanks, Will P.S. I bought some scott ventures off you last year and they were great:)

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  • Posted by John Sturgess on Sunday, 20 January 2013

    Hi Will,

    Thanks for the question and glad the Venture's were a success.

    The main difference is the strength, both in terms of the torsional spring release (J = 6-16, G = 4-13 DIN range) and in the constructional strength.  The Jester has more metalwork in it than does the Griffon and is a little heavier.  Functionality is the same.

     

    If you ski round about 8-10, which I believe from memory you do, then the Griffon's would be fine, if you ski12 or above, I would definitely go for the more powerful Jesters.  Also worth a look on the Jonny 94 would be Head's Mojo 15, available with varying brake widths, 97 would work fine for the skis in question.

     

    Hope this helps but do come back to me if you need more.  In any case have a great Christmas and fun when you finally get out on the snow again.

     

    Kind regards

     

    John and Team at Snowfit

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