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As ski design has changed, with all sorts of camber profiles and a wider choice of widths and sidecut radii, it's not as simple when mounting your bindings. Introducing Marker's new Griffon Schizo 12 Ski Binding, with 60 millimeters of Multi-Stance adjustment to accommodate any ski style. Forward and balanced in the park and pipe, back in deep pow, and on the line on your typical shred session—whatever you ski, you'll have precision power underfoot. The same set-up as the Griffon, this freeski binding has a 4 to 13 DIN range, Triple Pivot Elite toe, and Inter-Pivot heel for a secure lockdown.

  • DIN 4-13
  • 60-millimeter Multi-Stance Adjustor
  • Triple Pivot Elite toe
  • Inter-Pivot heel
  • AFD fixed stainless steel gliding plate
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Neat idea bad execution

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I bought these and put them on my volkl twos and liked them at first, but had the toe piece just break right of the binding while I was skiing. ending with a sprain and 2 weeks off the slopes; which is hard when you work on them. The toe piece really doesn't have much holding it onto the ski and this all being plastic inevitably failed. This binding needs a sturdier construction

Griffon+Freedom

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

It's a griffon. But it moves. It's so incredible. I'm not one to throw out 5 stars at bindings often but these get them. It takes a while to learn the system. That's expected. You're working with a dynamic binding. Be patient, save up your money, and buy these. You won't complain about your stance ever again.

Will these bindings allow me to switch into different boots (with different boot sole lengths)??

You could switch into different boots as long as the BSL is similar. You wouldnt be able to go from a 25 shell to a 30 shell for instance. It really depends on where the shop mounting them puts the heel piece. If he/she puts the heel piece all the way towards the back when mounting then you would have a lot more adjustment to get a smaller boot in there and vice versa. Hard to say how much because the BSL changes the DIN and with the legal issues surrounding that you wont get an exact answer.

How easy are these to adjust on the fly, say, half way through a resort session when the powder has all turned into crud and you want to move forward 3cm?

Unanswered Question

Marker's website indicates the Schizo toe piece AFD for the 2015 Griffon AFD is height adjustable...Is this in fact true?