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|02-08-2010 01:59 PM|
Originally Posted by phile00 View Post
|02-08-2010 12:58 PM|
Originally Posted by Baldie View Post
The both your boots and the base of your bindings should be centered between your heel and toe edge (equal toe and heel overhang).
|02-08-2010 10:40 AM|
Originally Posted by ic3_qu33n View Post
|02-07-2010 11:13 PM|
|ic3_qu33n||im still new to the bindings and such but i recently had my bindings put on the guy asked me how i wanted it he said he usually puts it at 5 degrees or what not i dont know if that will make much of a difference... it does look a little too much overhang to me... mine are only over about a quarter to half a inch or so|
|02-07-2010 09:03 PM|
|Baldie||here is a pic of my boot on my board of my back foot. The angle is at 0.|
|02-07-2010 08:44 PM|
|john doe||There is supposed to be some overhang. As long as it's not so much that it will drag when the board is slanted its fine. If you are unsure post a pic.|
|02-07-2010 08:40 PM|
|Baldie||I'm installing the bindings on my 157cm board but it looks like my toes and heels (back foot)are slightly going to be off the board. Does this mean I need to get a wider board?|
|02-07-2010 12:35 PM|
|mjd||157 would be perfectly fine. i'm five-ten 175 and ride a 151 most everything except pow.|
|02-07-2010 11:44 AM|
I can definitely say it's easier to ride a board that's too short than riding a board that's too long, if you're a new rider. And I'll reiterate in different words, I think board size becomes irrelevant when you're an experienced rider. At that point you know what you want, you know how to manipulate it, and you know its limitations.
If you're a new rider, and actually care to progress, proper board length and rigidity is a much more important factor.
|02-07-2010 11:22 AM|
|Grasschopper||Yea I am 225 and ride a 157. Not a big deal.|
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