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I just am confused what this does. Does it really matter if it's off by a little. I know it's supposed to be in line with my edge. I just don't get why?

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It isn't so much to be in line with your edge. It angles the highback into the middle of the board to match the position of your legs. When you are on your board you don't stand with your legs like this I I more like / \ so the highbacks angle to match that.
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I just am confused what this does. Does it really matter if it's off by a little. I know it's supposed to be in line with my edge. I just don't get why?
Are you talking about rotating your highbacks?
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Yea, not canting in the foot beds. Rome calls it cant in the back. It's just rotating high backs.

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Never heard of that. Check this thread out. http://www.snowboardingforum.com/bin...hbacks-do.html
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Hey Thunder,

Cant In the Back is a bit different than highback rotation. Instead of rotating the highback to match the angle of the board, Cant In the Back allows you to physically tilt the highback inward at 3 degrees or 6 degrees, making the highback connect in a more ergonomical way with the back of your boot.

This is more useful to those with wider stances for sure. Check the tech section of the site for some more info:

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