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  • The Marker Duke PT is the brand new hybrid freeride binding from Marker.

    It uniquely combines the downhill performance, and release function, of the Marker alpine bindings, with pin-technology for strong uphill performance.

    The toe part of the binding can be removed when going uphill (and put in the backpack) saving 300 g per foot for the uphill.

    DIN: 6-16

    Weight: 2100 g/pair without toe pices // 2700 g/pair with toe piece.

    Recommended price 5,700 SEK. Offered price only in package with skis.

  • The Marker Free 7 is the perfect binding for light-weight youths skiing on Roots 90, primarily on the 152 cm length. If your young ripper weights more than 40 kg, we recommend the slightly more powerful Marker Free 10.

    With a DIN scale from 2 to 7 and a 95 mm wide ski stopper, this is one of the two bindings we recommend for our Roots 90 model.

    Weight: 570 g/pair

    Recommended price 1,000 SEK. Offered price only in package with skis.

  • The Marker Free 10 is the youth version of the Marker Griffon. With a DIN scale from 3 to 10 and a 100 mm wide ski stopper, this is our recommendation for the heavier youths skiing on Roots 90.

    If your young ripper’s weight is below 40 kg, the Marker Free 7 is an alternative.

    Weight: 720 g/pair

    Recommended price 1,200 SEK. Offered price only in package with skis.

  • The Marker alpine binding that fits most skiers, whether you ski all day on the slopes or on ski off-piste on wider skis. Probably one of the most sold premium alpine bindings on the market.

    DIN: 4-13

    Weight: 2040 g/pair

    Recommended price 1,800 SEK. Offered price only in package with skis.

  • A really powerful alpine binding from Marker for freeskiers who put a lot of pressure on the skis. Only for heavy riders that wants a secure binding offering maximum performance. For normal skiers we recommend Marker Griffon.

    DIN: 6-16

    Weight: 2110 g/pair

    Recommended price 2,600 SEK. Offered price only in package with skis.

  • The innovative Marker Kingpin redefines the performance standard in PinTech binding technology. Kingpin has a rare design that consists of a new toe piece with extra elasticity combined with an enclosing heel part. This provides an unbeatable power transmission to the skis which previously has been missed out on light-weight touring bindings. This version of Kingpin 13 is new for the 2020/21 season.

    DIN: 6-13

    Weight: 1380 g/pair

    Recommended price 4,500 SEK. Offered price only in package with skis.

  • The Marker Tour F12 EPF is the updated version of the acclaimed F12 Tour. With wider hole pattern and thicker frame, the F12 Tour EPF is much more rigid than its predecessor and provides better transmission of power, especially on wider skis. F12 Tour EPF is ideal for touring-oriented skiers who are looking for a more light-weight version of the slightly heavier and more durable Maker Baron binding.

    DIN: 4-12

    Weight: 2230 g/pair

    Recommended price 3,000 SEK. Offered price is only in package with skis.

  • Mothertree is the world’s first community-developed freeride ski for females and have been developed together with the female ski network InspireUs. The ski, and the unique development process behind it, was awarded the international and prestigious ISPO Award 2016/17.

    The skis are made for females who are looking for a playful and versatile freeride model to ski all over the mountain and in all kind of different snow conditions. Mothertree 105 can be skied with plenty of pressure in the slopes, but like all wide skis it performs best in offpiste conditions. Since it is a low-weight ski, Mothertree 105 can be used with either an alpine binding or a ski touring binding.

    Mothertree 105 is a very light glass fibre ski (1700 g at 172 cm), made out of snappy poplar wood and light paulownia wood. The tapered tip and tail, combined with the progressive freeride rocker profile in the tip and tail, creates great floatation in soft snow but also a great edge grip in hard-packed conditions.

    If you want a more powerful and performance-oriented freeride ski, Mothertree 105 Reload is the right choice. But if you are looking at the same playful characteristics as Mothertree 105, but with a narrower waist and shorter radius, Mothertree 95 could be a good alternative.

    Graphical design: Johanna von Rosen

  • Mothertree is the world’s first community-developed freeride ski for females and have been developed together with the female ski network InspireUs. The ski, and the unique development process behind it, was awarded the international and prestigious ISPO Award 2016/17.

    Unlike the more playful original version, the Mothertree 105 Reload is designed for females who are looking for a freeride ski with more performance. By adding extra race rubber dampening and titanal reinforcement, the skis get a more powerful character. We call this construction Reload. The modern geometry, combined with the gentle titanal reinforcement, allows the skis to keep their playful character. This is a great model for those who like the Mothertree 105 but want a powerful freeride ski with more edge grip to ski fast in everything from hard slopes to soft powder.

    In addition to the race rubber dampening and titanal reinforcement, the Mothertree 105 Reload is made out of lightweight and snappy poplar wood. The tapered tip and tail, combined with the progressive freeride rocker profile in the tip and tail, creates great floatation in soft snow but also a great edge grip in hard-packed conditions.

    If you are looking for a more playful freeride ski with less weight, the original Mothertree 105 could be a good alternative.

    Graphical design: Johanna Von Rosen

  • Mothertree is the world’s first community-developed freeride ski for females and have been developed together with the female ski network InspireUs. The ski, and the unique development process behind it, was awarded the international and prestigious ISPO Award 2016/17.

    The skis are made for females who are looking for a playful and versatile all-mountain model to ski all over the mountain and in all kind of different snow conditions. Mothertree 95 can be skied with plenty of pressure in the slopes, but like all playful skis it performs best in softer snow conditions. Since it is a low-weight ski, Mothertree 95 can be used with either an alpine binding or a ski touring binding.

    Mothertree 95 is a very light glass fibre ski (1610 g at 172 cm), made out of snappy poplar wood and light paulownia wood. The tapered tip and tail, combined with the progressive freeride rocker profile in the tip and tail, creates great floatation in soft snow but also a great edge grip in hard-packed conditions.

    If you are looking for these characteristics in a freeride ski with longer radius, Mothertree 105 could be a good alternative. If you want more powerful and performance-oriented all-mountain skis, the Project 90 Woman is the right choice.

    Graphical design: Johanna von Rosen

  • Getting a pair of Mothertree skis? Here’s a matching t-shirt with the mighty and famous Mothertree printed on the chest.

    The Mothertree Range and this t-shirt is designed by Johanna Von Rosen.

    Material: 100 % organic cotton, 180 g/m2

    Color: Navy Blue

     

     

  • All-mountain Test Winner 2016/17 in the Swedish ski magazine Åka Skidor with rewards like “This feels premium! They are stable, confident, inviting and my personal favorites.”

    This acclaimed and award-winning model is developed to conquer the demanding and often very mixed snow conditions of our home mountain in Åre. A winter for us means everything from hard slopes and wind-packed off-piste to those magic spring snow days in April. By switching to a 5 % lighter wood core for the 2019/20 season, the skis have become even more playful without compromising performance. Project 100 is the perfect choice if you want a freeride-oriented all-mountain ski with fantastic performance and amazing edge grip, yet playful in its character. This is simply the perfect model for those who love ski with power and speed in all possible snow conditions.

    The skis have an elliptical rocker profile with very good all-round characteristics. On hard-packed snow you will have a long and effective edge grip, but the rocker also adds floatation in soft snow. The skis are built with race rubber dampening membranes to minimize vibrations and two layers of titanal for maximal torsional stiffness and stability.

    If you are looking for a more playful all-mountain ski with shorter radius that are very quick from edge to edge the Project 90 could be a good alternative. If you are looking for more playful skis for softer snow conditions, both Fusion 95 and Fusion 105 can be two good alternatives.

    Graphical design: Örjan Vatnaland

  • The Project series is developed to conquer the demanding and often very mixed snow conditions of our home mountain in Åre. Project 83 is a completely new ski model and also the most piste-oriented in the entire Extrem Ski range.

    The skis are developed for those who are looking for a slightly narrower all-mountain ski with great performance and edge grip, yet a playful character. This new model is based on our two very successful all-mountain skis, Project 90 and 100, but has been fine-tuned to optimize the piste performance. The great advantage, compared to a regular piste ski, is that Project 83 work so good in a wide range of snow conditions. Without sacrificing any performance, you can ski everything from icy pre-season to the spring snow slopes in April. This is a perfect ski for those who are looking for a super fun and versatile piste performance ski that is quick from edge to edge in all kind of slopes.

    Project 83 have little bit lower elliptical rocker profile compared to Project 90 and 100 to optimize performance on the piste. On hard-packed snow you will have a long and effective edge grip, but the rocker also adds floatation in soft snow. The skis are built with race rubber dampening membranes to minimize vibrations and two layers of titanal for maximal torsional stiffness and stability.

    If you are looking for more all-mountain characteristics and want to ski over the entire mountain, Project 90 or Project 90 Woman could be a good alternative.

    Graphical design: Örjan Vatnaland

  • The Project series is developed to conquer the demanding and often very mixed snow conditions of our home mountain in Åre. A winter for us means everything from hard slopes and wind-packed off- piste to those magic spring snow days in April. Project 90 is the perfect choice if you are looking for a dynamic all-mountain ski with fantastic performance and amazing edge grip, yet playful and quick from edge to edge. In other words, a model for those who want a ski for everything, but where piste performance is a high priority.

    The skis have an elliptical rocker profile with very good all-round characteristics. On hard-packed snow you will have a long and effective edge grip, but the rocker also adds floatation in soft snow. The skis are built with race rubber dampening membranes to minimize vibrations and two layers of titanal for maximal torsional stiffness and stability.

    If you are looking for a ski with even more piste-oriented characteristics, Project 83 can be a good alternative. Project 100 is also a great ski for those who want a more powerful and freeride-oriented model. If you want a more playful all-mountain ski for softer snow conditions, Fusion 95 is an alternative.

    Test winner 2020 in the Swedish ski resort magazine Vemdalsjournalen.

    Graphical design: Örjan Vatnaland

  • The Project series is developed to conquer the demanding and often very mixed snow conditions of our home mountain in Åre. A winter for us means everything from hard slopes and wind-packed off- piste to those magic spring snow days in April. Project 90 Woman is the perfect choice if you are looking for a dynamic all-mountain ski with fantastic performance and amazing edge grip, yet playful and quick from edge to edge. In other words, a model for those who want a ski for everything, but where piste performance is a high priority.

    The skis have an elliptical rocker profile with very good all-round characteristics. On hard-packed snow you will have a long and effective edge grip, but the rocker also adds floatation in soft snow. The skis are built with race rubber dampening membranes to minimize vibrations and two layers of titanal for maximal torsional stiffness and stability. Project 90 Woman is constructed with a poplar wood core, which gives a lighter and more playful ski, compared to more stable beech/poplar wood core of the unisex model Project 90.

    If you are looking for a ski with even more piste-oriented characteristics, Project 83 can be a good alternative. If you want a more playful all-mountain ski for softer snow conditions, Fusion 95 or Mothertree 95 are two alternatives.

    Test winner 2020 in the Swedish ski resort magazine Vemdalsjournalen.

    Graphical design: Örjan Vatnaland


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