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Description

Not all freeskiers are big and hulking.

With just as much fatty-wielding power as the beefiest Marker bindings, the Griffon Ski Binding provides a secure hold and hard-charging performance with a lower DIN range for lighter-weight skiers. It's got re-sculpted Triple Pivot Elite toe and Inter-Pivot heel to match the Duke and Jester for freeskiing burliness, and it weighs less than both of those hard-hitters. An integral part of the Royal Family, the Griffon holds a high rank for designated alpine rippers.

  • DIN 4-13
  • Triple Pivot Elite toe
  • Inter-Pivot heel
  • AFD stainless steel gliding plate

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The griffon 110's work with the Volkl Kiku,...

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The griffon 110's work with the Volkl Kiku, right? It's got a 107 mm waist.

Will the Griffon 90's work with the Volkl...

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Will the Griffon 90's work with the Volkl Bridge? It's got a 95 mm waist, so I'm guessing I need a bigger brake. Are the 110 mm versions too big? Is there something in between?

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Hey Will,

It would definitely be alright to go with the 90's. You can bend the brakes to an extent to get a perfect fit. With a 95mm waist you would only have to bend each brake arm 2.5+ mm

90 or 110 brake on the moment PB&J's at...

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90 or 110 brake on the moment PB&J's at 101 underfoot?

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Griffon 110 for sure!

Have fun with your new setup and hopefully you get to use them before season ends. Where I live it's ending too soon for my liking.

Skifreak

Will the Griffon 110 brake width work with...

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Will the Griffon 110 brake width work with the Atomic Automatic ski (these are 117 underfoot)?

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I use a Griffon 110 on my 116JJ and it works. The Automatic is a little wider in the tip and a smidge more in the waist. I think you will be just fine but may require a tweek to the brake. Please call the shop you will have it mounted at to make sure they are ok doing that, or at least see what they recommend before ordering it. 130mm is a little excessive but it is a more powder oriented ski.

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While I don't disagree completely with SF, I personally think you are pushing the limits with the Griffon brake width on that ski. I would suggest that you also consider something like the Rossi FKS 140 in a 115mm as an alternative.

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I would agree with Mike. If you wanted to stay Griffon your are in a gray zone. One is tight and one is big. One more binding to throw at you is the new Salomon STH WTR 13 with a 115mm brake. The Silver and Gray would be awesome on that ski, unless you want some wow factor with the bright green or Rossi/Look pivot colors.

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I ordered the Griffon 110, laid them on top of the Automatics and didn't like how much I was going to have to bend the brakes to get them to fit. So, I sent back the Griffon 110 and ordered Salomon STH STH 2 WTR 13 with a 115 mm Brake. Thanks Mike and SkiFreak for your help.

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Yes, it will work fine after being bent. The 110 mm width Marker brake is what I have on my Automatics and it's perfect. The 130 would be way too wide. The last ski I needed a 130 brake for was the K2 Darkside and they were really wide, I don't remember exactly how wide but I want to say at least 120 mm underfoot.

Does the brake width 90mm fit ARMADA T-hall...

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Does the brake width 90mm fit ARMADA T-hall ski, which has body width of 86mm?

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That's the one, griffon 90 for sure.

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AW5MIN,
The Griffon would be an excellent choice for the Armada T-Hall.

However, if you really want a binding that matches that ski perfectly and will give you a more versatile ride, I would recommend the Marker Griffon Schizo. With its multi-stance adjustment you can dial it forward for better balance in the park and pipe, center it for groomers, or dial it all the way back for deep pow riding.

I was looking at the Kaestle west 110s and...

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I was looking at the Kaestle west 110s and was wondering if these would fit with the 110 brake or if I needed to stretch the brake? Maybe buy the 130 brake?

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Griffon 110 all they way Brennan! Buy, mount, and enjoy your new setup.

Will i need the 110mm break with the 180...

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Will i need the 110mm break with the 180 or 188 Rosigol Soul 7s, which are 106 and 108 under foot? And is there a better binding i should be looking at for this ski? I havent used Griffons before but have received plenty of recommendations. I ski probably 60/40 resort to touring, mostly in BC.

Thanks!

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The Griiffon 110 will work just fine. Thats what I use on my 116mm wide JJ. Bindings are usually just personal preference in my opinion. If you read some of the reviews below you will see some people having issues with Griffons. But if you look at any shop in my area the number one sold binding and the one that sells out every year that I've seen is the Griffon and Squires. Again this is in my city and surrounding area. Personally this is all I have used for the last 5 years on all my skis with not one single issue. But I also don't huck off big cliffs, I'm not a heavy guy, and my style is technical and finesse 70% of the time. I do fly through mogul fields at any size which can stress a binding pretty good.

Bigger guys, absolute bombers, big mountain people prefer the more metal type bindings. Example Rossi FKS or Look Pivots because they are bombproof. Salomon, tyrolia, all good.

Rossi and Look pivot system has more release options for safety and the most elastic travel on the market to prevent pre-releasing if you really get technical about it.

If you are planning backcountry you might want a touring setup. Hope that clears up some things for you, but again its all personal preference and experiences.

2 5

A poor design for powder skiing

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

As far as holding your boot securely on the ski and safely releasing, these bindings are fine. But trying to get them on in deep powder or loose snow is a real problem. I used them while heli-skiing and found them extremely difficult to get into each time I got out of the heli into loose snow. It takes a lot of force on the heel to snap into them (and I weigh about 200 lbs) and the toe piece is really prone to getting clogged with snow. I was very disappointed. Everyone else on the trip had very few problems getting their skis on - while I required assistance several times. Not recommended. I am going to switch them out for Salomon bindings next year.

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Interesting, I ski the Jester Pro which is very similar and have heli skied a lot with them (in a lot of really deep snow)and had no problems - in fact usually the first guy ready to go. We have a number of guys in the group who ski the Griffon and I have never seen this problem. Sometimes a certain boot picks up a lot of snow.

5 5

Best for the money

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great binding no reason to spend the money on Jesters, because unless your professional, you should never need the DIN of the Jester. In my opinion for a freestyle/in bounds/anything binding this is the one to go with.

1 5

DO NOT BUY

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The heel bracket on my Marker Griffons broke after only 5 uses. I was at the apex of a turn and have not really beat on these at all.

The bindings seemed to perform good but if the materials used to construct the binding are garbage all the fancy technology in the equipment is useless. I will look for an all metal binding next.

I had these on Line Prophet 90's and I'd like to think all the great performance was from the ski and not the binding.

I am trying to contact Marker about a replacement, but I doubt they will do anything about it.

DO NOT BUY
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That blows man but where did you buy them from? If you only used them 5 times return them, exchange them, or let the shop battle Marker for you. That's just not normal except for the guy below too, sorry.

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Marker/BC will very likely take care or repair/replacement

1 5

Never buy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

1st season using these bindings and they have already broke. The hell?!? They didn't break of a nasty crash off a jump; no, they broke landing off a low rail. They detach often enough to frustrate anyone, even with the din cranked up. Any time you go through powder be prepared for them to detach. I'm not the only one of my friends that have had problems with these same bindings. You screwed up Marker.

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Have you returned them? Marker/BC will likely repair or replace.

I have marker Squire binding on my current...

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I have marker Squire binding on my current ski. What is a similar binding to mount on a Rossi Saffron 7 ski? I am an aggressive alpine female, athletic, ski on trails, in trees, some in bounds woods. Prefer a lighter feel, set up.

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My wife is 5'6" and about 138lbs, very aggressive and she uses squires on her Kenjas, Elysians, and VJJ's DIN setting about 7-7.5. She loves the weight, and the colors that blend well with her skis and has never had release issues. On the flip side they are a little hard to step into. My kids have struggled with squires in the park, they keep popping out and breaking the brakes but thats park, griffon heal holds them in more. If you are wanting to stay with Marker and don't mind the little extra weight you could step up to a Griffon for more retention. My local shops are liking the new tyrolia attack 13 bindings for their lightweight and low/wide profile. Rossi makes some sapphire bindings for women that would be the competitor to the squire, I just don't recommend their heavier bigger axial series or FKS, especially for females.

Will 90mm fit on the Armada El Rey 157cm...

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Will 90mm fit on the Armada El Rey 157cm ski?

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Hey Tim,

That should be a solid setup, its a little on the wide side at the 157 but not enough where you should experience any drag.

Will the Griffon 90mm brake fit on the...

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Will the Griffon 90mm brake fit on the Line Prophet 98 Ski?

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Hey there,

You could probably stretch out the breaks if you really want to make it work but I wouldn't recommend it.; the breaks would be very ineffective with that much stretch. I'd go with the next size up to make sure they fit properly!

Will the Griffon 90mm brake fit on the...

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Will the Griffon 90mm brake fit on the Rossi E98?

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Hi there Greg,
I would recommend you go with a 100mm brake to be on the safe side for the Experience 98s. You can get those bindings and then purchase a larger brake separately from Marker too!

4 5

good solid binding but a bit heavy

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I usually ski the marker squire but lately I have been popping out of them like crazy so I tried out this binding and its a bit heavier but so far so good. I like that the din goes up to 13 on this one. looks and feels pretty much like any other marker binding.

5 5

Sharp color combo

These bindings have a real cool look to them. I purchased these as a gift for my dad, and he went with the black/white/teal color.

Sharp color combo
5 5

Strong & Durable

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

I purchased these Griffon bindings as a gift for my dad. He loves Marker bindings- always goes with Marker. Here is what he had to say about these bindings:

"Excellent, strong and durable yet really lightweight! I feel super secure and confident with these bindings."

Strong & Durable

Will the griffon binding work with a Scarpa...

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Will the griffon binding work with a Scarpa Gea RS boot? I have touring bindings but I'm wondering if I can use my touring boot in a traditional binding

5 5

Excellent Binding

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

Included this binding on a ski package for my mom. Picked this binding because its a durable, safe and performance driven binding from Marker. Also comes in great color options that match well with most skis, easy to mount, easy to adjust and just gets the job done! Highly recommend this binding.

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