Marker Griffon 12 Ski Bindings
The Marker Griffon 12 Ski Binding has a Power Width Design that provides better power transmission so you efforts aren't wasted giving you better control when you venture into the deeps. The Griffon has a neutral stance that's best for freeride and a gliding AFD so you get more reliable release.
- Accommodates up to 90mm width
- Power Width Design for maximum translation of movement
- Neutral stance great for freeriding
- Compact and short for more natural flex
- Triple Pivot Elite Toe and Pivot Heel
- Gliding AFD for more consistent release
- DIN Range: 4-12
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"I just bought a pair of armada arv's and am looking at the marker griffon binding. The underfoot is 89 mm. The standard griffon binding fits up to 90mm. Would that fit the ski well? Of should I go wider?"
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Question by jared on 2/14/2011 - 12:00 pm
"I love the ARV's! Well the women's version anyway. That's pretty close but I think it would be exactly what you're looking for. I'd recommend the Marker Griffon Schizos. They have a platform that allows you to slide the bindings up and back by about 3cm. It's cool because you can adjust based on whether or not you're skiing powder. "
Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/14/2011 - 3:44 pm
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