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Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Binding

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    27 Reviews


    Versatility and performance in a lightweight package.

    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 catering to a wide variety of skier sizes and ability levels. The Griffon 13 ID can be used by intermediate skiers getting their first setup and really learning how to ski the mountain, as well as seasoned shredders who are looking for reliable release, high performance and boot sole versatility in a lightweight package. The "ID" in Markers line alludes to the adjustable toe height, used to accommodate Alpine, WTR, and AT soles. This toe height adjustment is nicely partnered with a sliding AFD that is able to work predictably with both the smooth slippery soles of alpine boots as well as the grippy rubber soles of WTR and AT boots. Pairing this sliding AFD plate with the adjustable toe height allows the Griffon ID to be one of the most versatile bindings on the market.

    The versatility of the Griffon is not its only strong suit. It also thrives as a reliable, high-performance binding. The Triple Pivot elite toe provides extreme energy consumption to prevent pre-release when you are straight-lining through choppy afternoon snow or airing cliffs. Additionally the Griffon has a short mounting zone to allow unhindered ski flex as well as help cut down on swing weight, encouraging you to do your natural take off 360's or ride that big mountain line you have always had your eye on.

    • A 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 #MRK0047

    Tech Specs

    4 - 13
    Brake Width
    90mm, 110mm, 120mm
    Boot Compatibility
    Alpine, WTR, AT
    Safety Features
    gliding AFD, Triple Pivot toe
    Stand Height
    Claimed Weight
    4lb 5oz
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

    Tech Specs

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    solid and stable

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are awesome, they are burly and stable. I have ripped them in all conditions on a ski that is 192 cm long and 116 mm wide and they are awesome.
    The only thing is they are not super "convenient"
    I mean, when you are in deep powder, they aren't easy to clip into and jam up easy. That is my only thing with them though, other than that they are a sweet binding.

    Solid Bindings

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Solid bindings at an affordable price. Nice that is has toe height adjustment so they can work with pretty much any boot. A bit harder to step into than some other bindings but once you are in they feel super secure.

    Can't Be Beat!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is my second pair of Griffons, and they are still as bomber as ever. I have WTR boots so I love the adjustability. They are solid, clear snow well, don't pre-release but will still eject when you need it. The DIN goes all the way up to 13 which is awesome for expert and heavier skiers. What more can I say? I haven't found a better inbounds binding yet.

    Jump in with both feet

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

    I bought these as a gift, she was super excited to get these. After a lot of research this was the best bang for the buck I could find. Super simple and the work great!

    Great inbound setup!

      Finally got my set up complete and skied with these bindings last weekend. They were awesome in bounds skiing on my set up before I get it dialed in eactly how I want it, but they felt perfect the first time I rode with them.

      Great bindings

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

      Got these for my father in law, he mounted them on a set of Helios for a Revelstoke trip and couldn't be more stoked on the setup! The bindings are great!

      Go To Bindings

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I’ve been using these bindings on the last four pairs of skis. Reasonably priced and work the way you need them to. They release consistently and are super solid. I'll keep buying them in the future.

      My all time LOCK for bindings

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have been putting these on skis for years now. I truly think they are the biggest bang for your buck in the industry. They hold when you want, and pop when you need it. They are a fair price and super solid. I have them on several pairs of skis! Cannot recommend these highly enough

      Perfect for every day

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These are my everyday ski bindings. I've never had pre-release issues with these and feel sturdy on them. They perform as they should in a variety of conditions, are easy to adjust, and easy to install with the appropriate jig.

      Only downside is that the spike on the heel piece isn't so pleasant to sit down on when you pop out of your skis at high speed! Ow!

      My favorite binding

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These are the biggest bang for your buck in the entire ski industry. I put this binding on every single ski I have owned. Currently rocking them on Armada JJ 116's. Like other reviews have mentioned, they're easy to get into, and come off when they need to. Cannot recommend them highly enough.

      GriffON, GriffOFF

        So, yeah, these bindings just simply work. They are easy to step into, and easy to get out of (whether on purpose or in a turn that went unexpectedly awry). I have these mounted to a pair of Enforcer 100s with 9 DIN and they drive the ski very well. Bonus: they look really sharp. Extra Bonus: pretty darn affordable.

        Do what you need, when you need

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Quality alpine binding. Easy and clean release when needed and DIN adjustability for almost every level. They do what is asked of them every time and are a quality addition to any alpine kit.

        Great Bindings!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Bought these for my brother in law and this is what he had to say about them:

        Great bindings. I haven’t had any trouble with the release. I’ve skied them a handful of times and have built a lot of trust with them. The white looks good on my red Enforcers.

        Unanswered Question

        I am a 155 lb. type 3+ skier who skis between 20-30 days/season in Utah; pow/trees/bumps/high speed groomers:
        Marker Griffon 13 or Jester 16 to pair up with Nordica Enforcer 93s?