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Binding position OK or am I risking heel- and toe-bites?
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01-02-2013, 03:49 PM
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Is the binding too large for my new board? Am I risking heel- and toe-drag?
what would you say, is the binding too large for this board? My previous board had a larger waist width than this one and now I don't feel so good about it because the heel and the toes are hanging over the front- and backside and I don't want to risk heel- and toe-drag.
Rotation is -15° and I only mounted one binding yet, the other one will be +15°. It is positioned to the side as much to the frontside as possible, already.
Binding is a Cartel L and the Boots are Salomon Maori in 42 / US 9. The board is a non-wide GNU RIder's Coice.
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