opps sorry, the link went to the duke. so its just. 1. marker 2. been discussed. From the old thread most people were saying give it a year to see if its actually legit considering marker doesn't have a good freestyle reputation. so stick to your look/rossi.
Yeah I kind of agree I don't really see a need to buy the jester and "risk it" so to speak, since there are already so many great freestyle bindings out there that are tested and true. The duke on the other hand is a revolution and definitely needs to be looked at when buying touring bindings
yeah, thats what I thought to at first, but when you see it in person it still seems to have the same arm system as prevous markers. there for the tow piece does not rotate with the boot like in the look, rossi model, If you can imagine on the look system as the boot moves in any direction the conection stay simmilar, it is like the boot is a ball and the binding is a socket, it just flows through the release, and the boot can come back in from a release at anytime untill it is all the way out. On the marker system there are 3 places of contact the front and each side (also the top but not relevent right now) the sides move independently from eachother and the front contact point. so as you release your boot is sliding along the binding not with it, The result is not as smoth of a release and no chance of recovery hence pre release. it would be much easyer to explain with a binding in hand.