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Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Binding

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    Marker's Griffon 13 ID Ski Binding will keep you bound to your skis as you scream through the trees, send big drops, and rail groomers back to the base area. Built with all the tech and safety features you need to safely shred the entire mountain, the Griffon 13 is home to an intermediate-friendly 4-13 DIN range and wide platform that effectively drives everything from midfat skis to big and beautiful powder boards.

    Marker equipped this version of the Griffon with its Sole.ID technology, which can be adjusted to accommodate both standard alpine boots and lugged AT soles. The Inter Pivot heel is easy to step into, so you won't get left behind on a powder day, and the stainless steel gliding AFD place resists grime, ice, and snow to deliver a smooth and reliable feel every time you step into this all-mountain binding.

    • A freeride machine designed to ski the entire mountain
    • 4-13 DIN range accommodates intermediate to advanced skiers
    • Sole.ID technology fits standard alpine and lugged AT boots
    • Wide platform drives wider skis
    • Gliding AFD plate ensures a smooth and safe feel
    • Item #MRK001V

    Tech Specs

    DIN
    4 - 13
    Brake Width
    90 mm, 110 mm, 120 mm
    Boot Compatibility
    alpine (ISO 5355), AT
    Stand Height
    22 mm
    Recommended Skier Weight
    80 + lb
    Claimed Weight
    [90mm] 4 lb, [110mm] 4 lb 3 oz, [120mm] 4 lb 3.3 oz
    Recommended Use
    all mountain, freeride

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This binding is basically the standard for affordable freeride clamp performance. I have ridden these bindings on the biggest powder skis and some of the fastest all mountain/downhill skis and they really hold up in terms of performance and durability.

    The biggest standout for me is how much abuse I put them through, kicking them with my ski boots, chucking them in the back of the truck, basically treating them like a rental car and the bindings still clicked in with a smooth and reassuring feel.

    I just bought a pair for this season with the ID feature which is new; it allows me to use my lugged alpine touring ski boots with these bindings. I am super excited to use my every-day ski boots with these bindings and compare them to the Salomon Warden bindings i use on my other skis.

    Pro Tip: These binders are some of the least expensive snub nosed bindings on the market in a black color. So, if you need the boot compatibility, a cool colorway, or just a dependable binding at a great price I recommend these.

    Royally Righteous

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Marker has been in the top manufacturers for bindings since I began skiing, but they are really stepping up the game with this one. The new Marker Griffon 13 ID extends its performance range with SOLE.ID, allowing both Alpine (downhill skiing) and Alpine Touring (backcountry skiing) boot compatibility to create the most versatile freeride binding on the market today.

    With skis getting wider and wider, a lot of power transmission can be lost between the binding and the ski, forcing the skier to drive harder and ultimately resulting in greater fatigue. The Griffon features Power Width Design, Marker’s signature toe and heel designs engineered to make today’s wider skis perform at their very best. I can say that this binding does a great job of holding you in, and won’t prelease unless it is really necessary. This binding will work great for you if you are an intermediate to advanced skier. For more advanced skiers, I recommend the Marker Jester 16 ID binding. If you have questions about what brake size will work best for your skis, or if this binding is a good fit for you, please contact me directly!

    Royally Righteous