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DIN scale: 4-13
Stand Height: 25 mm
Brake width: 110 mm
Multi Stance Adjustor: 60 mm
Toe System: Triple Pivot Elite
Step-in Heel: Inter-Pivot
EPSÂ® X System
Rode these bindings for a full season mounted on armada ar7s and still use them today on my summer setup.
First of all these bindings were easy assembly and easy to mount, adjust DIN and change boot size. They are of course extremely light. With the AR7s being so light already I had a super light setup. With the material being so light you lose a bit of durability that you would get with heavier bindings. If you are a younger lighter rider these bindings would be great for you. But older heavier riders would notice bad durability with these. Chipping was common and As I got heavier i had to tighten them up a lot. Plastic bindings have no where near the strength that metal bindings would. Its a trade off between weight or durability, personal preference. A second flaw i noticed was the DIN setting indictors became damaged pretty fast. Completely scratched up and permanent fogging made them almost unreadable.
Would recommend for someone who wants a super light binding, but not someone who is looking for durability.
great binding. very versatile. does what it needs to do
I love the performance of the griffons. they are very responsive and very sturdy
they look awesome. the only problem I have with them is they dont click out. when you are trying to take your skis off the heel piece doesnt click. you need to push it all they way down, then you can step out. not really a problem but its different from other bindings
i got them for 200. i think it was a good deal.
I have never released out of these bindings. I'm sure you could if you had it at a lower din but I dont want to come out so I dont. I weight 130 lbs and i have my din at 8.
very durable. they scratch but nothing has ever broken and the din always stays the same