IF THE JESTER’S THE SURLY BIG BROTHER, AND THE SQUIRE’S THE PRECOCIOUS LITTLE SISTER, THEN THE GRIFFON’S THE WELL-ROUNDED MIDDLE CHILD.
Sharing much of the same DNA as the Jester and Jester Pro, but with more clout than the Squire, the Marker Griffon 13 is arguably the only binding you’ll ever need. It shares all the same technology as its beefed-up Jester variants, but with a far more “everyday” DIN range – making it best suited to intermediate and advanced skiers who want bomber shock absorption, lightning fast response and powerful boot retention.
The perfect combination of technology, safety and usability
With a DIN range of 4-13, the Griffon hits the release range sweet spot for almost any skier; the slightly lighter spring also makes them almost 100g a pair lighter than the Jesters too. Complementing the Griffon’s onus on safety are its Triple Pivot elite toe and Inter Pivot heel pieces - both designed to perfectly tread the fine line between reliable boot retention and timely release in the event of a fall. On top of that is the Griffon’s power width design – wider mounting plates which ensure you get maximum power transmission and control by giving you increased leverage.
Hike in the morning, piste cruise in the afternoon…without having to change boots
Like all Marker Sole.ID bindings, the Griffon’s AFD height can be adjusted for use with either all-terrain walk soles or standard alpine soles – making them ideal for multi-discipliners trying to avoid different boots for different days.
Marker’s best-selling ski bindings every season, the Griffon 13 have been the go-to binding for park rats, piste-cruisers and powder hounds since the first came to market, and it’s easy understand why – top tier technology and performance with a low-rung price tag make the Griffon an absolute no brainer.
The best bits…
- AFD gliding toe plate
- Inter Pivot heel
- Triple Pivot Elite toe
- Power Width design
|DIN range||4 - 13|
Express International Light | Tracked | USA & Canada - $19.30
Delivery expected by Thursday 24 January
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OUR RETURNS POLICY
Generally, we'll be happy to exchange or refund anything you've bought for up to one month from the date you receive it, so long as it’s in perfect, unused condition. If you'd like to return or exchange an item you bought more than one month ago, then you may be able to, but please email us about it first – a small restocking charge may also apply.
Returning or exchanging an item does not affect your statutory rights. You’ll find the official cancellation policy within full our Terms & Conditions.
EXTENDED RETURNS FOR CHRISTMAS
All orders made between 1 November 2018 and 24 December 2018 are eligible for our extended return period. So, if you’re buying someone a gift and it’s not quite right, you’ve got until 24 March 2019 to return it*.
*All other return terms & conditions still apply.
WANT TO RETURN SOMETHING?
On the back of the delivery note that's included with your order you'll find your returns form. This outlines everything you need to know about the returns process, the information we’ll need from you and where you need to send it back to. If you can't find this form, just download it here, or get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll email it over to you.
WHO COVERS THE COST OF RETURNING AN ITEM?
You’re responsible for the cost of returning items to us, but if you choose an exchange, we’ll be happy to cover the cost of shipping things back to you.
ITEMS THAT YOU CAN'T RETURN...
- Anything that’s missing its tags or isn’t in a perfect, new and unused condition, including all its packaging
- Skis and ski bindings which have been mounted, because these will have been done to your specific requirements and can’t be resold