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bindings setup, second opinion? (big pictures)

so just finished setting up my ride contrabands, did it exactly how the instructions say.

it looks fine to me just want to see if anybody can find any screw ups that i missed.

heel / toe overhang:


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those looked fine to me, this next picture is what concerns me.

highback:



it concerned me because the highback isnt fully touching my boot, anyone think this is a problem?

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your boot's gonna be bigger when you're wearing it. if it's still loose, then you can always adjust the highback.
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You're fine. That's the Stealth highback, super flat up top.

Honestly you might do with moving the heelcup back, I know it means your boot isn't centered, but they thong strap sits much better with less toe overhang.

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You're fine. That's the Stealth highback, super flat up top.

Honestly you might do with moving the heelcup back, I know it means your boot isn't centered, but they thong strap sits much better with less toe overhang.

Alrite cool, yea these are some flat highbacks, but they are super flexy i cant wait to try it in the park.
Heel cup is set back all the way. I need to get a lo pro boot next season. My size tens are bulky as hell.

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It all looks good.
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Thanks bro . Used them friday night, definetly felt amazing. Best purchase ive made so far, i hope all my purchases are this good.

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contrabands, FTMFW!!!

setup looks good, doesnt need it, but if you wanted like 1 click of forward lean would help the highbacks out..plus i find with the contras, a lil forward lean really helps lock your heel in
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