DIY Binding cant
I was intrigued by Ride's wedgie canted footbed technology, but I didn't want to give up my existing bindings (Flow nxt AT) since I am a cheap bastard. So I rigged up a ghetto way to cant bindings.
I bought these little shims from the hardware store http://www.lowes.com/pd_247891-143-PP836-55L_0_?productId=3133327&Ntt=shims&Ntk=i_products& pl=1¤tURL=/pl__0__s?newSearch=true$Ntt=shims$y=0$x=0
Just put a few of them on under the lateral (outside) part of the bindings to create a cant angle. Because the mounting disc will be uneven, make sure to get longer mounting screws to secure the binding to the board. Loctite or clear nail polish to keep in place. Remember, this mod is creating a cant angle for the entire binding (like alpine bindings) and not just the foot bed like the Ride Wedgies.
I rode a day of hard riding, and the thing is holding up. I was concerned the unleveled binding plate would be not secure but it is holding up. Be sure to use longer mounting screws. I definitely notice an improvement in leg fatigue from the canting.
I will post pics if anyone is interested.