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12-06-2011 01:08 AM
steveo
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Originally Posted by CrooklynSeal View Post
are there aftermarket canting options? like a plate or something..
Great Idea..

US patent 7703794. Snowboard Binding Adjustable Carbon Composite Footbed Technology.wmv - YouTube
Please share with any interested parties.

Thanks:

Steve
11-06-2010 05:49 PM
Beatlesfan888
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Originally Posted by john doe View Post
I haven't tried it yet. Just a link I have saved. I will say that when you cant the whole binding the amount that the outside needs to raise is quite surprising.
Yeah thats true its really an external cant. I always like thin footbeds though I would much rather have regular bindings then sacrifice the amount of feel lost from raising the bindings that much.
11-06-2010 03:15 AM
john doe
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Originally Posted by Tauwolf View Post
How can that *not* negatively effect the flex and overall performance of the board?
Nothing is stopping someone from trimming them to the shape of the binding so the flex is the same.
11-05-2010 09:44 PM
BurtonAvenger You want to ghetto cant your binding go down to the local hardware store get a section of that plastic/fake wood bullshit they make decks out of cut it to the shape of your binding then plane it down at an angle. Get longer bolts and there you go.
11-05-2010 09:30 PM
Tauwolf How can that *not* negatively effect the flex and overall performance of the board?
11-04-2010 06:21 PM
john doe I haven't tried it yet. Just a link I have saved. I will say that when you cant the whole binding the amount that the outside needs to raise is quite surprising.
11-04-2010 05:27 PM
Beatlesfan888
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Originally Posted by john doe View Post
Those look huge did you actually try it?
11-02-2010 03:36 PM
Extremo I would def like to check out canting options in the future but the best fix is moving your stance in an inch or so. I was rocking 26in a few years ago but it was causing a lot of stress on the outside of my knees, esp my front one, but I moved my stance to 24in and the problem was solved. And I don't really miss my super wide stance anyways.
11-02-2010 03:19 PM
CrooklynSeal Shred Souls look nice, but here my problem... it seems like it would just angle you foot/ankle into position and not your whole entire lower leg...

canted foot beds seem like a more effective option but the shred soles are a must if your stuck with non canted bindings
11-02-2010 12:59 PM
Karasene
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Originally Posted by Dcp584 View Post
The Shred Soles insoles I mentioned earlier are canted.
Nice! I saw those reviewed on Shayboarder.com she had a lot of good tings to say about them. Good to know!

shayboarder.com 2010/09 review-shredsoles

Hmm... I didn't have a clue about canting until reading this thread. If its better for your knees I'm gunna have to look into it more... Do people normally cant both footbeds? Maybe I should just invest in those...
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