Marker’s Royal Family is a class of its own and continues to set new standards. The binding specialist has written yet another chapter of this success story over the past 2020/21 season. Almost the entire Royal Family collection was revised, then crowned with the new Duke PT. And in winter 2021/22, the last Royal Family binding will follow suit in a revised version, completing the successful collection’s overhaul – a new Squire generation for the perfect entry into the world of freeskiing.

The second generation Hollow Linkage heel significantly improves entry performance. Entry force is reduced by up to a third. A milled-out, wider entry area makes it even easier to get into the binding. Even with GripWalk soles, it closes without much effort, making it particularly suitable for youngsters and women.

The revised version of the predecessor Squire 11 ID comes with a new Triple Pivot Light toe unit and the lighter Hollow Linkage heel– the latest generation of which was first installed in the Duke PT 12.  
The anti-ice rail featured in other Royal Family bindings has now been attached to the Squire 11’s toe piece, making it easy to remove snow and ice from the sole of your boots. The new Squire generation forgoes height-adjustable slide plates (Sole.ID technology) in favour of a shoe mount specially adapted to GripWalk and alpine soles. Since there’s no need to adjust slide plates, the binding is now even easier for customers and retailers to use. This feature also distinguishes the Squire from the Griffon in its functionality.

The revised version of the predecessor Squire 11 ID comes with a new Triple Pivot Light toe unit and the lighter Hollow Linkage heel– the latest generation of which was first installed in the Duke PT 12.  
The anti-ice rail featured in other Royal Family bindings has now been attached to the Squire 11’s toe piece, making it easy to remove snow and ice from the sole of your boots. The new Squire generation forgoes height-adjustable slide plates (Sole.ID technology) in favour of a shoe mount specially adapted to GripWalk and alpine soles. Since there’s no need to adjust slide plates, the binding is now even easier for customers and retailers to use. This feature also distinguishes the Squire from the Griffon in its functionality.

Its modern, more rugged design is very much de rigueur and will please fashion-conscious freeriders. Roughened surfaces on the toe and heel make the bindings more resistant to scratches and are part of the Squire’s progressive design. Four different colour options offer a wide choice for matching the bindings to your skis and outfit.

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