Just got em mounted on new skis and I have vertical play in the toe area. Is there a toe height adjustment on the 13/14 Griffon? How is it done?
When ski is flat not so noticeable......when ski is flexed slightly can notice it more.
If your boots toe and heel lugs meet the adult Alpine standard and the binding is properly adjusted, there should be no need for a thicker AFD plate. There is a small gap designed to be there...up to 0.5mm is permitted.
Tecnica boots.....adult male size....should meet alpine standard, gap under ball of foot is not the issue.......toe rocking up and down when locked in and foot in boot w/my body weight in ski is the issue.
It's looking more like certain brands of boot fit better in this binding than others.....while this should NOT be the case.....that's what it's appearing to be......unless I've got the 1 in a million freak defect.
145lbs....but why would weight matter........that's related more to DIN setting.right?
Seems to me like there's been issues w/this and Marker knows about it so they owe me a new pair of skis and my choice of bindings since these skis were brand new and the bindings aren't compatible w/every boot, maybe Marker needs to make that known so people like me don't get stuck w/a sloppy binding/boot combo.
Well...it's all over newschoolers forums....isn't that good enough.
Seriously though...there's a lot of complaints about Griffon's. I've not had much luck w/Marker system on my K2's also.
I think the problem lies in how this feature is being adjusted. The afd is raised by turning the adjustment screw counter-clockwise, not clockwise. I have never had an issue making this adjustment, even on worn boots.
Post a pic of the toe piece with the boot in.