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12-10-2012 01:55 PM
tonyisnowhere
Toe and Heel drag angle

Should I be measuring the outer most point from the boot or binding? Seem like the heel cup is high. I got about 1 inch on each side and over a 65 degree angle if measuring the binding, and 70 degree if measuring the boot.

mostly for resort hill riding on a camber directional board 158, size 10.5 burton reduced footprint and med/large Union SL

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