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Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Bindings · 2023

Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Bindings · 2023

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This binding is a great fit for any intermediate to advanced skier. It fits a wide range of boots so folks with a one boot quiver and multiple skis can use an AT or Gripwalk or DIN boot for all their needs.

Its wide adjustability also comes with top of the line durability and holds up to skiing hard bell to bell day in day out.

All of my alpine skis have a pair of these on them because of their versatility and durability. One of the downsides unlike other MNC bindings there isn't an uphill option for touring versatility. The other minor quip is that with AT boot soles it can be difficult to step in for some people. Once you're in you're setup for great downhill performance and power transfer.

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Overall ratings
(4.0/5) 6 Expert reviews
Pros
  • Any in-bounds skiing
  • Fits almost all of the boot standards on the market
  • Great power transfer from ski to boot
Cons
  • This has no uphill touring capability
  • Can be hard to step into with some AT boots
  • Toepiece has to be precisely adjusted for individual boot unlike DIN bindings
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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.
Additional features
Stand Height – 24 mm Recommended Skier Weight – 80+ lbs
Age Group
Adult
Boot sole type
Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), GripWalk, Walk to ride (WTR)
Din release - high value
13
Din release - low value
4
Gender
Unisex
Model year
2023
Ski binding type
Alpine
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
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Leo C.
Leo C.
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The Marker Griffon is arguably one of the best daily driver bindings out there for intermediate to experts. It's a binding you can rely on day in and day out for safety and security, with a durable construction, a number of fun colors, and a reputation that precedes it. The newest version of this binding has been improved by being lighter weight, lower to the ski for more precision, and easier step in and release than ever before. Excellent improvements on an already legendary binding!

Pros
  • Extremely durable which leads to consistent and predictable moments of release
  • This binding is appropriate for any riding style except uphill touring
  • Improved step in and release over previous models
Cons
  • While this binding has a range of 4-13, it's is not the best choice for people who DIN below a 6
  • Not for uphill touring
  • Not the lightest binding
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Tory Dobyns
Tory Dobyns
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The Marker Griffin 13 is a great alpine binding for experts that has been around for years due to its popularity and reliability. The spring in the toe piece provides great power transfer. In past years models I have found the heel piece is a bit hard to clip into. In the 2023 model, Marker addressed this problem and now the binding is super easy to clip into. In the 2023 model, Marker has also added self adjusting plates to make this binding compatible with all boot sole types.

Pros
  • A reliable alpine binding with great power transfer
  • Excellent release reliability
  • Great for an aggressive skier that likes to charge at high speeds
Cons
  • Slightly heavier compared to other options
  • Goes up to a 13 din, high end experts who are larger in size may consider the Marker Jester 16
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