Set up the bindings first if you haven't done that. To do this, get you boot and put it into the binding. Adjust the heel cup and toe ramp as necessary to get the boot to fit as centred as possible. Next, adjust the toe cap and the ankle strap so they are centred to the boot when ratcheted in. Adjust the highback lean so the back just touches the boot. Take the boot out and mount to your board based on the angles you like. Angles are all based on preference, so start with say +15/-15 and then adjust after riding until you find something which feels comfortable to you. You can adjust the highback lean and rotation after riding to what feels good for you. Don't forget to centre the bindings to the board.
Last edited by DC5R; 11-17-2009 at 09:47 AM.