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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

    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

    Tech Specs

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    Versatile and Solid Binding

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

    I just got the Marker Girffon Bindings this year and have only used them a couple of times so far, but initial impressions are that they are a super solid binding. The main reason I got these bindings is because of the adjustable toe height - so these bindings are compatible with my Technica Cochise Boot, which is both a touring and alpine boot and fits in both Dynaft Tech Bindings and these Marker Griffon Bindings without having to switch out soles, etc. I was having troubles finding boots & bindings that did it all without having to have completely separate set-ups for skiing in the resort and touring, so highly recommend the Marker Griffon's as a binding if you have a boot with a tech toe piece.


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

    Markers have become my new go-to for bindings. I've had Jesters on my park and pow skis for years now, with no problems at all. So when a lady friend asked me what bindings she should get it was a no brainer I got her these. The Griffon/Jester are great bindings, I would strongly recommend buying whichever one suits your preferred DIN setting. As these were a gift I have limited experience riding Griffons, mostly just Jesters, but I've handled/mounted plenty of these to know they've got all the same good bits that make the Jesters great, in a package better suited for lighter skiers.

    Awesome bindings

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have these bindings in white, 110 mm. I've transfered them over to multiple different pairs of skis because I think they're really great dependable bindings. I consider myself an expert skier but I'm not a huge die hard ski bum that needs the best of the best (i.e. super expensive). These bindings are perfect if you're an average black diamond skiing joe like me :)

    Pretty Good Binding

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Overall, I have had a pretty good experience with the Griffon, I haven't had any durability issues, but I have had a few pre-release issues, as well as it not releasing when I would have wanted it to, but overall, it preforms pretty well and doesn't pre release that much.

    Making something great even better!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    With the addition of the Sole.ID Marker has taken a great binding and made it even better. Integrating both Alpine and Touring Soles compatibility into one freeride biding allows for a universal fit and a one stop binding for all Alpine skis.

    Designed to accomodate wider platforms as well with their Power Width Designs I am able to put this binding on both my Volkl Mantras and my Volkl Twos and have the utmost confidence in performance and safety.

    This binding is a home run for all of my Alpine needs!

    Kyle have you used your bindings with an AT boot; and if so, have you found it satisfactory in terms of release (for safety)? Mine are Scarpa GEA 1.0's with vibram sole. Scarpa says it the boot is ISO 9523 but of course doing my own due diligence.

    One of the most popular bindings again!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The new Marker Griffon 13 ID extends its performance range with SOLE.ID, allowing both Alpine and Alpine Touring boot compatibility to create the most versatile freeride binding on the market today. Along with the Griffon, all of Marker’s Royal Family bindings feature Power Width Design, Marker's signature toe and heel designs engineered to make today’s wider skis perform at their very best – so you can Rule the Mountain!

    Boot Sole Compatibility ISO 5355 (Alpine) & ISO 9523 (AT)


      If you have questions about this ski, don't hesitate to contact me.

      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!

      Feel free to hit me up with any questions regarding skis:

      Length: What works for your weight/ability/ and where you tend to ride.

      Bindings: If your curious about what binding may compliment this ski, how much retention you need, or even which brake to size to choose.

      Full Package: What would be the best boot and binding to go on this ski in regards to your weight/ability, and where you ride.

      Skins: Mohair-Mix/Nylon/ Mohair? Whats the best option for you? What size should you get?

      Comparison: How do other skis feel in this weight class? What are the pros and cons of going with another option?

      Patrick Law

      Hi Patrick,
      I am looking for a new binding set up on my 2016 Rossignol Soul 7's. My skis are 104 underfoot and I was looking at purchasing these in 110mm. I was a former downhill racer, so I would definitely consider myself advanced - expert. I like to ski all mountain and am looking for a good, reliable binding. Would these be appropriate for my needs?

      Cheap and Reliable.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      If the amount of reviews by employees here at Backcountry doesn't tell you something, it should. We have a huge selection of gear to chose from and get to try almost everything out. Year after year this binding proves to be one of the cheapest yet most reliable freeride/all mountain binding on the market.

      It's now been made even better this year wit the addition of the Sole.ID toe allowing rockerred sole touring boots to be used with this alpine binding.

      I ordered these fore a second time as a gift for my fathers new skis for Christmas. So far he loves them.

      Solid binding for resort skiing

        News skis and my girlfriend needed new bindings, often the forgotten hero of our setups but an important piece. Her old bindings pre released too often so we got her a nicer pair and Therese babies have kept her safe. She says they only release when necessary, are easy to get in and out of and light for when she has to carry her skis. Only concern she has had is getting into the binding in deep powder, snow builds up in the toe and the binding requires force that's hard to do in powder.

        its a classic

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        They havent changed much with this binding over the years, more recent change was the toe high adjustment. thankfully this can be done with a screw driver.


        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Excellent binding for the money. I feel confident that these bindings will hold me firm to the skis at high speeds and aggressive skiing, but will release me when I need them to. Easy to get into and quick and simple to get out of these binding when your ready.

        Solid Binding

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This is a mainstay on pretty much all of my alpine skis. The Griffon is always super reliable when I'm charging on a powder day or skiing high speed GS turns. Excellent design with the toe piece as well. Great price for one of the best alpine bindings.

        Oldie but a goodie

        • 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.

        Unanswered Question

        I see that this binding will accommodate some touring boots. Will this binding be compatible with my Scott Cosmos II boots? Thanks!