The industry standard for the everyday binding, we use these on all our skis we send to ski magazines and testers around the world. The design of the Griffon hasn't changed for years — it's a binding with a proven track record.
Performance, lightweight, and reliability are what have made the Griffon 13 the most popular alpine binding over the years and the new Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Bindings maintain that tradition. The Griffon ID introduces a new AFD (Anti-Friction Device) with a greater adjustment range, meant to function equally well with either Alpine ISO 5355 or Touring ISO 9523 soles.
Our skis are engineered to be compatible with any binding on the market. These bindings, however, are the ones we use the most.
Which binding model is the one for me? - In general, the Marker Griffon 13 bindings are perfect for all but the most aggressive skiers and great for cruising groomers, zipping a bump line and trees and bowls. If you're an aggressive skier and find your feet leaving the ground on any given run (on purpose!) then take a look at the Pivot 14.
Bindings are a personal choice (just like skis) so if you have another preference, you should go for it. Getting a more 'advanced' binding never hurts, they just weigh a little more.
Atlas 80, Earhart 88, Endurance 88 and Z-90: 90mm
Endurance 98: 100mm
Citadel 106: 110mm
DUE TO INSURANCE REGULATIONS, WE CAN NOT MOUNT ANY BINDINGS PRIOR TO SHIPPING. USED BINDINGS CANNOT BE RETURNED.