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so bit of an update an hopefully you guys can help me make a decision.

I emailed the shop I bought it from and told them the situation, the guy replied and said a bit of toe overhang isn't a massive issue and that he has a bit on his setup (believe if you want to haha)

Anyway he said that I can install the binding discs perpendicular with the board, as opposed to parallel which is how they are installed now. He also said if i don't want to, they are happy to exchange the bindings only problem is they don't have ride capo's in large and I would need to get something else (bummer plus i owuldn't know what to get).

My first question is, the current binding is a tight fight with the boot at the heel, i.e. the heel almost gets stuck right at the back, the binding sort of clamps it, would a large binding make any difference to this?

and secondly what do you guys think i should do haha is it worth exchanging or should i install the discs like he mentioned and just deal with it?

sorry for the long post but just that keen to get everything right for this winter!
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