MountainManCO No highback??? Isn't your heelside response sloppy? Those must be some stiff boots indeed.
so... yeah... well, i picked up my board and boots and bindings used 10 years ago, the boots blew, only used them for a season, got new Burton's, the bindings were a pain (mainly that backside support) but i didn't have much money back then, so i figured if i get stiffer boots and just take that thing off maybe that will work, my boots are Burton's not sure what kind, they say Bone Out on the front of the tongue and have the number 77 on the inside of the tongue (along with other sizing and made in china stuff). Here are pictures of my boots and bindings (i know this will make you laugh)
It seems to work out, but what the hell do i know, it's the only way i have ever done it... well now i have some $ and am going to do this thing right... thats why i have been reading tons on this forum (much thanks)
i am getting the NS Heritage board http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...-new-deck.html
plan on taking my boots to the shop seeing about fit for the following bindings:
Flow (FIVE, M11, M9)
so honestly i dont have a clue but figure i better get one, and a good setup, finally
sry for the thread hi-jack - all feedback welcome, especially on bindings (i am an all mountain freerider pow hunter - NO terrain park)