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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-16-2014, 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted by speedjason View Post
to OP. maybe you can adjust your boots more forward to have a bit more toe hanging? otherwise you would have to get different bindings.
the picture does seem like your boots are sitting pretty far back in the bindings. I would move the high back base forward.
Burton bindings are unibody construction and have a fixed heel cup. This means the boots sit where they sit, they can't be pushed forward by adjusting the heel cup.
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Thanks everyone

I started playing around with them and like some of you said I was able to work with the other side and the do fit tighter now but it does look like I will have to get a smaller binding in the future. I bought the bindings last year with a size 11 boot and the guy told be to stick with a large so I did
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