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ionut_brad1545853 wrote a review of on January 28, 2013

The way a binding should be
5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It's kinda funny how we are amazed when something actually works as it should. The Griffons are solid,well built bindings. Even though some parts look a little too "plasticky", they hold up nicely, they are rigid when abused, and yet forgiving when overly abused. I've gone through quite a few brands and models and somehow Marker always come out with something that makes you trust them, and the Griffons have the one adverb you'd want for your bindings- trustworthy.

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ionut_brad1545853 wrote an answer about on January 28, 2013

It will not be a big deal at all. Even if you were to lean in a lot, they won't touch. I had 130mm on 115 skis and they were still fine. I just bent them in a little,If not, most of the shops will have smaller brakes and switch them for free for you. Some would charge you if you needed wider ones.

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ionut_brad1545853 wrote an answer about on February 25, 2011

I've used the Heli S Pack for 3 years, never needed to use the hydration feature till now and I thought I should figure out how this worked,couldn't do it, this getting me to read your question while looking for the answer myself.
Could not find an answer so I started probing and found a small niche on the left shoulder strap, directly from the main compartment. This opening allows you to get the hose through the shoulder strap and to the small zipper pocket on the same left strap. It took me a few minutes to get the hose thorough, because of the mouth piece, but once in place, everything makes complete sense.

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