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Which Bindings? STH12's or Marker Griffon's?

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 

OK guys i got me a nice new set of Volkl Bridges 171cm's... i weigh 165 5' 9".

 

I know i couldnt go wrong with either of the STH12's or the Marker Griffon... but which one should i go with, any expierence with either? Or other recomendations.  I am an all around skiier upper advanced nothing fancy though. Not a big park guy but i have been known to grab some air here n there.

post #2 of 6

Whatever is cheaper and/or matches your ski's, both are good bindings.

post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 

i can get the solomons for ~ 15 bucks cheaper.... but i dont want to mess myself over.... i know marker has been around for a LONG while and make great bindings... i do not need anything above a din of 7 i ride em typically around 4 or 5 due to a knee injury a while back.. people say im crazy but i have never had em pop off unless they ment to.
 

post #4 of 6
I'm not a fan of the STH 12 Oversized toe piece. It just doesn't have the reliability as the STH 12 Driver toe piece. If you must get a Salomon binding, get the one with the Driver toe.

You can't go wrong with a Salomon Driver or a Marker Griffon. Both are quality bindings.

Dennis
post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 

hmm ok.

 

another question. the skis these bindings will be going on are Volkl Bridges.... 95mm wide in the waist.  Would a 110mm wide brake marker griffon be too wide?
 

post #6 of 6
110 brake is fine.
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