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That looks much better
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I think you meant the goal is to have the boot centered on the board - depending on the set-up that might or might not imply having the binding centered.
Yes thanks, i ment to say boot! Boot centered.
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The boots are 10.5 and the binding is L/XL

As for the toe strap I might switch up, I think what happen was I bottomed out on the capstrap way, I will have to check again to be sure.
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The boots are 10.5 and the binding is L/XL

As for the toe strap I might switch up, I think what happen was I bottomed out on the capstrap way, I will have to check again to be sure.
What do you mean "bottomed out"?
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What do you mean "bottomed out"?
Unable to ratchet the straps anymore, but I tried it again and it was due to the heelcup not set right so it's not a issue anymore
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Unable to ratchet the straps anymore, but I tried it again and it was due to the heelcup not set right so it's not a issue anymore
Ah, that makes sense. When set up properly you should generally need more ladder strap (i.e., be less likely to bottom out) when going capstrap style than over the top - simple geometry. However, seeing that your boots were way too far back in the bindings, I can see how that could have been an issue for you initually.
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I think the toecaps should go down a little bit more right? Is any one way better then the other?



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