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Binding adjusments

What adjusment gauges are on your current bindings? What adjustments do you find most critical, and why? example - high back adjusment/ heel height adjustments....
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My new Exiles first thing I adjust is straps to fit my boots properly, then adjust the angle of my highbacks to compensate for my stance angle,then I adjust the foreward lean on my highbacks depending if I'm riding park or pow.
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