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Ski set Hill Bill


Ski Binding Griffon 13 ID 120mm Black

£400.40 VAT included
- 50 %
Saving: £400.51
Recommended price Winter 2016 : £800.91
  1. Size of your skis

  2. Bindings

    • SPX 12 Dual WTR B120 Black Yellow
      Category :
      Release value :
      from 3.5 to 12
    • SPX 12 Dual WTR B120 Black Orange
      Category :
      Release value :
      from 3.5 to 12
    • STH2 N 16 WTR B130 Black Orange
      Category :
      Release value :
      from 7 to 16
    • Pivot 14 Dual WTR B130 Black
      Category :
      Release value :
      from 5 to 14
    • Jester 18 Pro 120mm Red
      Category :
      Release value :
      from 8 to 18

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Winter 2016
Advanced - Expert
All-Mountain 80% Powder
Size 180cm - Radius 19m



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Alpine Ski Amplid Hill Bill

The Hill Bill is not quite like a yellow-dressed ninja girl swinging her samurai sword all around but it definitely has skills which shall inspire creative riders to get even more creative. The Hill Bill is a freestyle backcountry bad boy designed to shred powder and stomp landings on the deep with the style of a shaolin monk.   

What can the Amplid Hill Bill do? 

The Hill Bill is not for the faint-hearted skiers who should skip this page and find a narrower ski. Nope, the Hill Bill is for riders with ambitions who have what it takes to ride a 120mm waisted beast. With such a ski on your feet, you’ll understand what means ‘surfin the pow’ or ‘smearing the untouched’ and you will take pleasure to do so. The ski feels fantastic on powder, it floats with a natural ease and feels actually very nimble. It can turn very short and runs between the trees are actually possible. It’s a big ski though and it feels demanding, technically and physically. If it’s the first time you are stepping on a pair of skis, don’t buy this one or you’re gonna hurt yourself. The ski is a hauling machine that nothing can stop. It is stable, powerful and responsive. It is the ski you want to take out when it’s been dumping outside.  

Who is the Amplid Hill Bill designed for?  

Suited for expert skiers and no one else. It is a ski that you will use when conditions are optimal meaning you may not use it every day. Technically demanding, we recommend it to experienced freeriders.  

What are the main assets of the Amplid Hill Bill?  

Stunning floatation 



Note: the sale of this item implies a personalisation of the product (drilling the skis). The right of cancellation cannot be exercised on these products, according to the Article L121-20-2 of the French Consumer Code. No refund or exchange will be accepted.

Product Name
Amplid Hill Bill
Product price
£306.00  instead of  £612.00
Specs Alpine Ski Amplid Hill Bill
Year 2016
Sizes 188




• Advanced - Expert
Ski category
• All-Mountain.80% Powder
Specific abilities
• None
Structure - Construction
• Sandwich
• Wood core
Tip Yes
Tail Yes
Ski Camber
• Classic
Type of turns
• Long turns
• Bidirectional (twin tip)
Weight of the pair in grams

Manufacturer info :

Type of turns

  • Long turns


  • Bidirectional (twin tip)  :

    The ski shape allows to ski forward or backward.

Structure - Construction

  • Basalt Suspension Strips  :

    Running all the way through the topsheet in a V shape going from the contact points through the ski boots, these basalt reinforcements absorb vibrations and reduce fatigue while ensuring optimal edge/snow contact for maximal control.

  • Doomsday Bend  : Believe it or not, even glass fibres have a degree of elasticity. Using pre-stretched fibres in our laminates means you can be sure that your shred will never feel lifeless or lack pop throughout its life.
  • Jekyll & Hyde Geometry  :

    Max effective edge and square centimetres in a min board or ski length. Experimenting with complete shaping (outline, camber and core profile together) in the lab and on the mountain has resulted in some crazy discoveries: Unsinkable but nimble powder boards, sawn-off jib decks with huge pop and edge-hold and the ultimate all-mountain ski recipe. With Jekyll and Hide Geometry appearances can be deceiving.

  • P10 Superlight wood core  :

    Ultra light woodcore, the P10 is a standard in the industry with optimal lightweight and durability.

  • Nukeproof Roundtop  :

    Botox for your skis: To protect the topsheet from aging, our latest ski construction offers the best solution against chipping: Thanks to our 3D mould the PE foil gets welded over a small radius onto the sidewall.

  • Stomp Guard  :

    A thin titanal reinforcement diminishes the risks of damage due to impacts near edges and increases edge grip by 215%

Camber type

  • Classic camber  :

    When the ski sits flat on the ground, the tip and the tail are in contact with it while the midsection rises above. It is this section that maximises the energy transmission towards the edge, ideal for piste skiing. It also provides a rebound which enhances energy return and pop.

Rocker type

  • Tip and tail rocker  :

    Full length rocker perfect for surfing powder. It floats easily and ensures smooth and effortless turns. Landings are easier too.


  • Sintered 7.2k Lightspeed GE Base
  • TPU Spins Tips


SizeTip-Waist-Tail (mm)Radius (m)

Ski Binding Marker Griffon 13 ID 120mm Black

The lighter version of the Jester, providing the same features for younger and lighter riders, is one of the most versatile freeride bindings on the market today, made for advanced to expert skiers. Its SOLE.ID technology allows to adjust the binding to accommodate either AT or Alpine boot sole norms. On top the Griffon 13 ID features no-pull-out screws and a centralized swing weight: cross-axis toe spring and compact mounting lead to a short binding, ideal for spins & twists. Recommended for skis over 76 mm, available with 90, 110 and 120 mm brakes in 2 color combinations. 

Product Name
Marker Griffon 13 ID 120mm Black
Product price
£94.40  instead of  £188.91
Specs Ski Binding Marker Griffon 13 ID 120mm Black
Year 2018




Binding category
• Freeski
Release value (DIN)
Minimum 4
Maximum 13
Setting of the binding
Type Heel piece
Toe component height Automatic
Toe component width Automatic
Brakes width (mm)
Weight (kg)

Manufacturer info :


  • 4


  • 13

Binding technologies

  • Triple Pivot Elite Toe  :

    The toe construction with DIN/ISO up to Z 18 allows for impressive retention when freeriding. The spring in the toe is inserted horizontally and with a sole plate inclined by 5° it provides the highest energy absorption so as to reduce the risk of early release. The large supporting surface optimizes the power transmission and allows for great stresses and strains. In relation to their weight, toes with this technology therefore achieve a never-seen-before performance.

  • Anti Friction Device AFD  :

    All Marker bindings are equipped with a moveable AFD (anti friction device) and therefore guarantee a highly precise release almost entirely unhindered by dirt, snow and ice! Individual adjustment of the AFD to the area of application ensures perfect functionality - from racing, for children’s bindings or on ski tours.

  • Inter-Pivot Heel  :

    The stunning heel construction delivers superior holding power for free riding, featuring DIN/ISO 6-16. The Inter Pivot Heel directs the power forces in the angle of elasticity improving the holding power and reducing pre-releases.

Weight of the pair in grams

  • 2044

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