The legendary freeride binding that started it all finally gets a refresh. While the Griffon 13 has long been the standard bearer for modern freeride skiing, the added features and upgrades only make this thing better. We've sold more of these bindings than probably anything else over the past five to ten years, and skiers love them. They have consistent release values, look great on most skis, have a variety of brake widths, and started the wider platform binding revolution. In addition, they carry forward the ability to raise the toe height, making the binding accommodate a variety of boot sole lug norms. The biggest piece of the upgrade can be found in the heel. If there was ever a knock on the Griffon, it's that it was difficult to step in and click out of. Now with their Inter Pivot 3 heel, that issue is long gone. These new 2023 Griffons have a satisfying click when you step in, and are much easier to get out of, whether you're using your pole or (gasp) the base of your ski. Either way, the biggest issue has been resolved, and you're left with the same type of high-performance binding that accepts many different boot lugs and brake widths. Bindings act as the steering wheel for the ski, and is the only piece of gear that attaches your skis to your boots, so the connection had better be tight. The upgraded Marker Griffon 13 has all you'll ever need from an alpine binding.
- DIN Range: 4-13
- Weight: 1019 Grams
- Alpine, WTR, GripWalk, and Alpine Touring Compatible
- Inter Pivot 3 Heel
- 24 mm Stand Height
- Triple Pivot Elite 3 Toe
- Ability Level: Advanced Skiers