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Marker Griffin adjustability

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
How far forward can the Marker Griffon be adjusted? Current boots are 308 sole length (MP26.5); today I was looking at some (a size down) at 295. It looks as though there might be just about enough forward travel on the bindings - but can they be moved too far forward and come off the track? There isn't an obvious end stop, so would I risk damaging the heel piece if I wound it too far forward? A remount probably isn't an option as the skis have previously been mounted for a 24.5 boot before.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@mgrolf, I can swop out my boots which are 295 and 284 respectively with no issues , mine are the new sole Id version , I think you’ll be fine
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