Marker Griffon available with bundled products

Marker Griffon

Availability: In stock

£149.00
This low ramp angled binding is ideal for all but the heaviest and most powerful Freestyler or Freerider. Tried and tested over recent seasons it has proven our most popular freeski binding and remains the benchmark binding in this sector

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£149.00

This low ramp angled binding is ideal for all but the heaviest and most powerful Freestyler or Freerider. Tried and tested over recent seasons it has proven our most popular freeski binding and remains the benchmark binding in this sector. The low and centralised swing weight and broad foot plate coupled with cross-axis toe spring make these bindings ideal for spin and twists. 22mm stand height, stainless steel and adjustable height AFD with inter pivot step-in heel, all features that seem to have hit the spot. DIN 4-13

DIN range   4 - 13
Recom. Skier's Weight   80+ lbs
Height w/o ski   22 mm
Brake Width   90mm, 110mm, 136mm
Toe System   Triple Pivot Elite
Gliding AFD   Stainless Steel, Height Adjustable*
Step-in heel   Inter-Pivot
EPS system   Dual-screw Brake Pad

Tech Spec

Brand Marker
Binding type All Mountain, Freeski

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Posted by Andrew on Monday, 19 May 2014

Question:

Hi there I'm around 6'4" tall and weigh 115kg. I would consider myself an advanced intermediate skier and ski both on and off piste, just wondering if these bindings would be alright for me? Cheers

Answers:

  • Posted by John Sturgess on Monday, 19 May 2014

    Good Evening Andrew,

     

    Thanks for your enquiry about the Marker Griffon bindings and yes these would be a suitable one for you for alpine, freeride or freestyle skiing.  Others that could also be worth a look would be the Head or Fischer Attack 13, or the Salomon STH 12's.

     

    They all have a similar function with the wider footprint to the bindings at both Toe and Heel than did their predecessors therbvy giving slightly better edge to edge response than the narrower ones.  That said, the waist width of your skis will have a greater impact on this than ever the bindings do.

     

    By all means give us a call on 01603 716655 after 10am tomorrow and either myself or Jake will be happy to chat through the merits of the various options.

     

    Hope this helps.

     

    Kind regards

     

    John and Team at Snowfit

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