What does high back rotation mean?
Hey guys I was looking at whiskeymilitia.com and they have technine MFM Classic bindings for 39.99 that I was looking at.
However the single review there says "No highback rotation adjustment. So unless you like your stance set at, or close to, zero they might not be too comfortable." I don't know what highback rotation means but the product description says it is height adjustable.
I was wondering what high back rotation adjustments have to do with your stance? My stance is not anything close to 0. My front binding is around 45 degrees and my back foot is around 20. I change it up a lot but it's usually a sort of extreme angle i think.
On another note, anyone know if these are good bindings.
Last edited by pythagorous; 10-21-2008 at 02:50 AM.