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Are these bindings centered? Your opinion please.

Hey everyone.

Just got some new K2 Maysis in size 12. I was previously using Vans Aura in size 14 so thought i better move the heel cup on my Rome 390 Boss. Problem is there isn't quite enough adjustability to make them perfectly centered. It is either a little too far on the heel or too far on the toe.

So i think this is the best i can do, what do you guys think? Is the binding too far over the toe? Is my board wide enough (Arbor Blacklist 160 - 26.2ww).
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Pretty close, looks like you could move just a bit more to the heelside
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its fine. Dont worry about it and go ride it will be fun.
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Thanks guys.

I know it could go to the heelside just a tad more but unfortunately the Rome 390 Boss just aren't that adjustable and if i go to the heel using the binding screws it just goes too far.

I guess i have my answer but it is a shame as i really wanted to feel the benefit of having smaller boots but alas it seems i can only do that on either the toe or the heel but not both
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