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Help with burton stiletto

Hey everyone first post. I need your expertise. My girlfriend just bought a set of burton stiletto bindings. I was going to mount them for her but I can't figure out to lift the foam padding to insert the discs. Does anyone have experience with these bindings that can help? I'm totally out of ideas
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There are two little tabs at the back on top. Hook your finger under or gently use a screwdriver to pop them loose., typically they're pretty firmly stuck in. You can the also move the toe pad forward a bit if you want a longer foot base.
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Hey everyone first post. I need your expertise. My girlfriend just bought a set of burton stiletto bindings. I was going to mount them for her but I can't figure out to lift the foam padding to insert the discs. Does anyone have experience with these bindings that can help? I'm totally out of ideas
Refer to picture.. do you see those two tabs on the back of the footbed? lift them up. It takes some force but that's how you do it. My wife has the scribes same footbed. It just literally pops up like a latch to expose the base plate.



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