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Adjust your ski stance for park, pipe, or pow without re-drilling your ride.

Designed for lighter all-mountain, park, and pipe skiers, the Marker Griffon Schizo 12 Ski Binding allows you to adjust your fore-and-aft stance with the twist of a screw. Little brother to the Jester Schizo Binding, this binder offers the same centered swing weight, freeride-style brake setup, pivoting heel, and burly toe piece. Drop into a steep pow line with the binder set back, roll up to the lodge, slide the binding up, and then slay the park with a more aggressive, forward-biased stance. Money in the bank!
  • Schizo System uses a stance-adjustment screw to slide the binder forward or backward 3cm from center stance, so you can adjust for powder, all-mountain, or park / pipe turning
  • Triple-Pivot toe and Inter-Pivot Heel absorb energy to prevent premature release and offer a superior contact-area with the toe and heel
  • Power Width design gives this binder a wide footprint that's designed to provide superior lateral control and direct power transmission to the edges
  • Wide footprint design requires skis of at least 76mm at the waist
  • Short overall binding length means your ski can flex smoothly and naturally

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I have a men's size 10 foot, but I am only...

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I have a men's size 10 foot, but I am only thirteen and still growing. Should I get these? What would you recommend for my 2013 K2 Sights? I am an all-mountain skier and sometimes stray into the terrain park.

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These bindings were designed for all mountain riding, including the terrain parks, so they will work great with your Sights. As for sizing there shouldn't be an issue and when you do get new (bigger) boots you can adjust the bindings to fit! Pray for snow!

How would these bindings perform on the...

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How would these bindings perform on the Volkl Shiro? I would buy larger brakes so they would fit over the ski. Really love Marker and would like to stick with them if they will be good on these skis.

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Hey Trevor,

These bindings would be great for the Shiro, as you said, just make sure you swap out the brakes to accommodate the 119mm waist of that ski. These particular bindings are pretty nifty since you can easily change or play with your mount point in order to really dial your stance. These bindings will be suited to all-mtn, powder and pipe skiing.

How would these do on line blends?

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How would these do on line blends?

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Theese would be a great binding for the blends saying that they are a all mountain ski that you would be able to ski the backcountry and the park with that ski. Theese bindings and the blends are your perfect one ski quiver to slay the whole mountain

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They are great for the Blends. I had a pair of 183 Blends and together with these bindings, I felt unstoppable. You do have to purchase the wider 110 brakes however. Clutch Combo.

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Hey just a heads up. These are not quite suitable for skiing backcountry as they do not have a 'tour' mode in which you can walk uphill. You can certainly use them in the backcountry if you are hiking and carrying the skis on your back, or dropping into the backcountry through a resort access gate. But I just wanted to clarify here that they do not have a 'tour' mode in which you can walk uphill for backcountry touring.

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Works as intended.

Rated it 4/5 since I've only been on the slopes a few times this year. Works as intended... mounted them on El Reys so that the +30mm position puts me at the center of the ski.

They are a pain to adjust as the plastic screwdriver provided is stumpy, but it works.

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Not made to stand up to abuse.

I had these mounted on Kung Fuja's. Unfortunately, Marker decided to use plastic for the toe and heel part the latches underneath the tracks. That's where my heel separated. I'm not 100% when it happened, but I think it might have happened from a minor crash on a 45 foot jump.

NOTE: I did not buy these from BC.com. I have yet to take them into the shop to see if they will get warrantied.

Not made to stand up to abuse.

Has anyone mounted these on a set of...

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Has anyone mounted these on a set of Hellbents? Can you comment on it's performance and what did you do to modify the brakes to account for 132 underfoot?

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I changed these over from my Line Blend 183 to my 4frnt CRJ Signature model. I had to buy the bigger brake from Marker and then bend them just slightly to get them to fit. I don't recommend these for the Hellbent's however, because of the purpose of the ski. Those should be mounted with something like the Marker Griffin, or Baron. The Hellbent's are backcountry skis, so unless you plan on hiking in you boots everywhere it wouldn't be a wise decision. Just my opinion though.

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these bindings are on my Salomon Sentinels. I use them as all mountian bindings. Because of the 6 cm of travel they add a lot to the versatility of any ski. I've cranked them back in the powder to ride the tails and they work beautifully. I usually keep them a half centimeter behind boot sole center so i get that slight weight on the tails to keep the speed up. Bottom line there a durable, versatile, great looking, slightly heavy binding. And they come with a little adjusting key that sucks i striped it on the first day but any old screwdriver will fit really well.

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I put these bindings on my Volkl Bridges and the setup rocks! These bindings are great. I haven't had any mechanical issues with them and I've had them since they first came out. I haven't had to have them release so I can't say how they are in that area. However, the to slider is supposed to help with all of that. They give great control, and it might only be 6cm of total travel, but it does a lot. Great in the park, awesome on the groomers and crud. Just keep them greased so they will move easier when you go to slide them. They also stay put when you want them to. No problems with them moving involuntary.

I highly recommend these for an all mountain ski. Great bindings.

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Did you get them in the 90 or 110 mm brake for your bridges?

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Do everything!

I mounted these on my Volkl Bridges and the combo is unbeatable. I can move them up and glide through the park(there is extra weight, but I'm not a heavy hitter so it doesn't really matter). I get to a groomer or some tracked pow and move them all the way back in a matter of a couple minutes. It is a bit of a pain to move them, but hey what other bindings do that?

Highly recommend these for an all mountain ski if you want to hit the park a little too.

would this be a good binding to get if...

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would this be a good binding to get if your feet are still growing because you can adjust it?

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The adjustment moves the entire binding forward or backwards, not just part of it. The purpose of this is that you can have center mounted binding for freestyle skiing, and regularly mounted binding for the rest of the mountain without having to redrill your ski. It is not meant to adjust just part of it for sizing. For that you would need a demo binding which most retail stores do not carry for sale. With that being said the binding with the most travel is the jester/griffon. They have a huge range of adjustment for size, more than any other binding. Most bindings adjust to fit about 3 different sizes. The jesters adjust to fit more than that. Not sure exactly, but I want to say around 4 to 5 different sizes.

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Don't get this binding if your feet are still growing. I bought these and had them mounted to my old boots. Once I got my new boots the only way to keep them without remounting them was to keep them stationary and defeat the purpose of the entire binding. Needless to say I had to spend another 30 and get them remounted for my new boots.

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I would have to disagree with both Matthew and Taylor on this one. The mechanism that attaches both front and rear portions of the binding is designed to be unscrewed and moved to a new length location and re-screwed into place (As long as you are mounting a boot that fits within those measurements). So as long as you're not 16 with a size 8 foot and hoping to have these at 26 with a size 12 foot then you should be good with them.