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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Looking at markers...trying to find out the difference between griffon, free 10 and the squire, i have griffons on my existing skis, but would like new one for my new skis, seems from the write ups that they are nearly the same apart from price...or should i just bin my old skis and use the old bindings..
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Apart from the differences in the dins there's differences between those bindings in terms of elasticity and stiffness/power transmission etc. If you've already got Griffons (which is the top model of those three) and if they're in good shape just use them. If they're the older pre-ID version then they'll only accept alpine boots which could be a problem if/when you change boots as most of the lastest boots come with GripWalk soles. The current ID version of the bindings will accept any sole type so you're future proofed boots wise. However the mounting locations on both versions of the bindings are the same so there's no problem using older model Griffons and then upgrading them later if needed as you won't to redrill the skis.
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