Why We Like The Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Binding
The Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Binding is a versatile alpine binding catered towards the intermediate-to-advanced skier who is looking to progress. A DIN range of 4-13 allows plenty of room for progression by accommodating a wide variety of skier sizes and ability levels. The Griffon 13 ID can be used by intermediate skiers getting their first set-up and who want to learn how to ski the mountain, as well as seasoned shredders who are looking for a reliable release, high performance, and boot-sole versatility in a lightweight package.
- Lightweight and versatile alpine binding
- DIN range of 4-13 works for a wide variety of skiers
- Toe height adjusts to accommodate Alpine, WTR, and AT boots
- Sliding metal AFD provides reliable toe release
- Specialized toe and heel limit pre-release
- Short mounting plate allows for natural ski flex
- Item #MRKZ04O
- Brake Width
- 90mm, 110mm, 120mm
- Boot Compatibility
- Alpine, WTR, AT
- Safety Features
- gliding AFD, Triple Pivot toe
- Stand Height
- Recommended Skier Weight
- Claimed Weight
- 4lb 5oz
- all-mountain skiing, park/freestyle skiing, freeride/powder skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 3 year
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December 23, 2022
- I've put it through the wringer
- 5' 10"
I started skiing over 30 years ago, and have ridden lots of gear over the years. These are top notch in my opinion. I bought mine at the beginning of last year's season. Excellent hold when you want your skis to stay on, but reliable release when you push a bit past your limits and eat snow. They have a good range of DIN settings to suite a newer skier, but you can crank them down hard if you prefer to keep them in place. For the bang for your buck, it would be hard to go wrong with the Marker Griffon 13's. I have mine mounted on Nordica Soul Rider 97's. It's been a really good match for riding everything from back country trails to bumps and jumps and a little park action. Overall, I'm very pleased with them.
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