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Marker Griffon 12 Freeski Bindings '11

Marker Griffon 12 Freeski Bindings '11
Retail Price: $295.00
Our Price: $159.83
You save $135.17!
Model Year: 2011

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 3441060090900


Description Technical Specs
When Marker went back to the drawing board to design the new Griffon 12 Freeski Bindings from scratch, they took into account that skis are wider now. The Power Width Design is for maximum power transmission. Also the Inter Pivot Heel keeps you in without pre-release. The Griffon is the best bang for the buck binding for good skiers that want a strong and light weight design.


  • Superior holding power- Toe and Heel deliver more direct power transmission through increased boot lug contact.
  • Centralized Swing Weight: cross-axis toe spring and compact footprint lead to a short binding, ideal for spins and twists.
  • Neutral stance
  • Freeride brake designed for skis over 76mm
  • No-pull-out screws

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

Sooooo insane January 13, 2010
Reviewer: tito15 from Newburyport, MA  
I used to race on my high school team but I stopped this year and decided to go out west and do some more skiing up north. I previously had look FX12 but i broke the heal off the ski. So my boss told me great thing about this bindings so i had him order me one. Since then i took them out west to Vail and up North and they are probably the best binding on the market for the price. Because of the total boot to binding contact on the toe it is very easy to control your skis in the park, on groomers, ice, in the glades, powder, and moguls they are pretty much good for anything on snow.

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