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Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Bindings · 2023

Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Bindings · 2023

$269.99
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Color: Black/Anthracite/Red
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The Marker Griffon 13 ID 2023 Ski Bindings are an excellent option for intermediate to advanced skiers looking for reliable performance in a downhill binding. The Griffons were first introduced in 2008 and this year's version improves on one of the top-selling downhill bindings of all time. They are designed to be compatible with most ski boots, prevent injuries, and efficiently transfer energy to skis. They are available in multiple colors to customize that perfect ski setup.

Key Features:

  • Sole.ID – Height adjustable binding plates are compatible with ISO 5355 alpine, ISO 9523 touring, and GripWalk soles. With one pozi screw, it is easy to adjust.
  • Anti-Friction Device (AFD) Gliding Plate – A moveable AFD helps guarantee a precise release point. The plate can be individually adjusted for racing.
  • Anti-Ice Rail – This new feature is mounted to the top of the toe piece, making it easy to remove snow and ice from the bottom of ski boots.
  • Inter Pivot 3 Freeride Heel – The newest generation of the Griffon heel piece has been completely redone to combine easier step-in comfort with better power transmission and knee-saving safety factors.
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2023
Ski binding type
Alpine
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Din release - low value
4
Din release - high value
13
Additional features
Stand Height – 24 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 80+ lbs
Indiv. binding weight (g)
1,018
Boot sole type
Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), GripWalk, Walk to ride (WTR)
Age Group
Adult
Expert product review
Ski Expert Brandon Westburg
Review by Curated Expert Brandon Westburg
This review is my honest opinion of the ski bindings, which I purchased with my own money in March of 2022.
Durability
Power Transfer
Release Reliability
Uphill Performance
Versatility
Japan grab with Mount Hood in the background on a beautiful bluebird day.
Early June Bootpacking close to the summit of Mt. Hood.
A sweet 'locals only' zone on Stowe, with an incredible overlook of the top of Mt. Mansfeild in Vermont.
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Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Bindings · 2023
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Tanner Johnson
Tanner Johnson
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This freeride-style binding with a DIN range of 4.0 - 13.0 makes this the perfect binding for a hard-charging, all-mountain skier. The Marker's Sole.ID technology used in this binding makes it capable of accommodating both touring and alpine boot soles for the best of both worlds. Another awesome feature of this binding is Marker's Triple Pivot Elite Toe technology that combines a horizontally placed spring in the toe with a slightly inclined toe plate to create improved energy absorption to minimize early or accidental release. And last, but certainly not least, the large toe plate makes for superb transfer of power.

Travis Gerhardt
Travis Gerhardt
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Perfect for all-mountain skiing but geared towards a touring setup to absorb and crazy landings or anything you can put these bindings through. The new Marker bindings have new AFD (Anti Friction Device) in the toe piece to allow for the perfect fit in any terrain with no need to worry about snow, ice or dirt buildup on the boots or bindings if your skis came off for any reason on the trail.

Hagen Brown
Hagen Brown
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This freeride-style binding with a DIN range of 4.0 - 13.0 makes this the perfect binding for a hard-charging, all-mountain skier. The Marker's Sole.ID technology used in this binding makes it capable of accommodating both touring and alpine boot soles for the best of both worlds. Another awesome feature of this binding is Marker's Triple Pivot Elite Toe technology that combines a horizontally placed spring in the toe with a slightly inclined toe plate to create improved energy absorption to minimize early or accidental release. And last, but certainly not least, the large toe plate makes for superb transfer of power.

Nick Hastings
Nick Hastings
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The Marker Griffon is a classic. These are a durable, well-known and cost-efficient binding that would really complete a new setup! These are recommended for Intermediate - Advanced Skiers. The Marker Griffon bindings have a DIN range from 4.0 - 13.0 and can handle various types of riding. The Marker ID Sole Technology allows for easy transformation of regular alpine boots or a touring set up as well. Triple Pivot Elite Toe Technology allows for improved energy absorption and minimizes early/accidental release. Overall, a great binding that you can count on to perform well and keep you secure.