2020 Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Bindings
The Marker Griffon 13 ID ski bindings are a perennial favorite among skiers from the intermediate all the way to expert level. For the better part of a decade, the Griffon, as part of Marker's Royal Family of bindings, has seated itself squarely in the middle of its focus. With versatility, performance, and safety in mind, the Marker Griffon 13 ID ski bindings are a shining example of a top of the line product. Thanks to the ID sole, the binding is compatible with Alpine, AT, and GripWalk boot soles, so no matter what you are skiing on in terms of boots, the Griffon can accommodate your needs. With a 22 mm stand height, these bindings give you a bit of extra leverage to lean those wider skis over on edge. As a result, you'll get a ton of torque on the edge of the ski to get you better performance. The stainless steel adjustable AFD is perfect for multiple boot norms, and you'll never have to worry if your ski boot will fit thanks to the ability to raise and lower the AFD. The heel piece has an Inter-Pivot 2 step in process that leaves you satisfied with a nice "thunk" sound when you step in. There's no mistaking that sound, it inspires confidence, and that is super-important when it comes to ripping up the slopes. With a DIN range of 4 to 13, the Griffon will handle a wide weight range, and coming in at under 4 and a half pounds is pretty darn good, too.
- DIN Range: 4-13
- Weight: 4.48 Pounds
- Multi-Norm Compatible
- Grip Walk Compatible
- Adjustable AFD
- Ability Level: Intermediate to Expert Skiers
We'd put a 100 mm brake on that ski with those bindings. No sales tax to CA. Have fun!
I'd go with the 90 brake on that 86. Have fun!
We'd put the 110 brake on that ski with the Griffon. 100 is too tight. Have fun!
We'd put a 100 on that ski. Have fun!
I have the Volkl Flair 72 All Mountain Skis with a Salomon s/pro 80 boot in 26-26-5.
Whayb brak sizeshould I get.
Does the Flair come with a system binding already? If so, I don't think this binding is compatible. If it does come flat, you can get the 90 mm brake for that ski--it'll tuck in fine. Have fun!
The 244 uses a 66 mm waist width
Thanks for your inquiry.
The Marker Griffon would be too wide for this ski.
Recommended bindings would be Lok Pivot 12 GW B75 with a 75mm brake option. Unfortunately, we don't carry that specific Look binding.
You'll have to do a search on it.
Hope this helps and think snow!
I think you're in the right zone, but the narrowest the brake comes on that binding is a 90, so there may be some overhang there. The Tyrolia Attack 11 comes with an 85, and it's a tight 85, so that might be a better choice for brake compatibility. Other than that, something like a Marker Race XCell 12 has narrower brakes that will fit well. Hope that helps!
I would recommend going with a 110mm brake for the Sender. Its 104mm underfoot so a little too wide for the 100mm brake but the 110 will fit well.
Since the QST is 106mm wide, you'll require a brake size of 110mm. Hope this helps!