thanks for the replies.I did not loosen up my I-strap on my forward foot and took some runs,just did not think of that at all.and your right about the part where it does not have to be tight cuz it would obviously be hard to put the boot on,cuz i had to adjust my back binding too to make it easier to put my boot in. and as the day went by,it was getting much easier to shoe it in.the struggle i had mention earlier was trying to hold my highback down while standing so i can slide my boot in and then pull up the highback to lock it(found out were not allowed to place our back foot on our bindings while on the chairlift).I believe it just a matter of time that i will get this down and really appreciate the flow.I will loosen up my front binding to snug next time and hopefully it will relieve the pain i'm having. i will definitely rock this flow 5 more.btw, i did e-mail our base operation manager in regards to their policy of not allowing our back foot in our bindings upon exiting the chairlift.one question,if this policy changes,how do you place your back foot on the binding while on the chair? do you reach and push down the lock lever then the highback so you can slide your boot in? cuz i tried to do that with just my boot(push the lever and highback)but the lever keep coming back up.it is easier to reach down if you are by yourself on the chair,but seating with other people,it would be a PIA!.again,thank you for the replies and advises.
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