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Marker Barron

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Could the marker barron randonee bindings be used for downhill ski as well, I'm looking for a set up that could do both downhill and touring, I was thinking of the k2 coombacks, with marker barrons, any opinions?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
The Barons are essentially downhill bindings with a switch to let them hike. Calling them randonee is a bit misleading - they aren't brilliant on the up, heavy, with a fairly unnatural stride. Fine for hiking for an hour or two to get to a line, but you wouldn't want to do a properly long tour on them. As for downhill, they're great, I have them on two sets of skis, both used 80/90% of the time for downhill - I just like the flexibility of being able to skin if I see something pretty. IMV, this sort of use is what the Baron is best for.
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