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Marker Griffon 13 ID 110 Ski Binding

Marker Griffon 13 ID 110 Ski Binding  -

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Style: 7524U1GJ

No trail is too tough and no sidecountry is too wild when you’re riding the Marker Griffon 13 ID 110 Ski Binding. Featuring the updated Inter Pivot 3 Heel, it uses an oversized axle to give you more elastic travel and less weight. That means no need to worry about unwanted release, and less weight slowing you down. Plus the Triple Pivot Elite Toe, with Sole.ID technology, means they work with your favorite boots regardless of the outsole standard. Add in a brake sized to fit 95 to 110mm waists, and you’ve got the perfect all-purpose all-mountain binding.

  • Inter Pivot 3 Heel is Marker’s flagship heel, using an oversized axle to give you secure elastic travel for superior downhill performance
  • Triple Pivot Elite Toe is built around a 5° incline in the toe plate, improving energy absorption for a smoother, more predictable ride
  • Anti-Ice Rail is built into the binding to give you an easy way to clear your boots before stepping in
  • Brake Width (mm): 110
  • Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced
  • Maximum DIN: 13
  • Sole.ID construction allows bindings to be set to work with traditional alpine (ISO5355) or touring (ISO9523) outsoles
  • Stainless steel AFD Gliding Plate offers durable performance and reliable release
  • 4 to 13 adjustable DIN range
  • 24mm stack height
  • 110 brake fits skis with waists between 95 and 110mm
  • Designed for skiers over 80 lbs (37kg)
  • Weighs approximately 35.9oz (1019g)

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"I would like to buy some ski bindings - is the installation on my own (new) skis included and done in store? Thanks."
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Question by Octavian on 1/18/2021 - 11:49 am
"Peter Glenn does install bindings at our stores. Unfortunately, we can't install and ship. We hope this information helps."
Answer by Victor Osuna (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/18/2021 - 2:58 pm