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01-24-2009 11:32 PM
legallyillegal they don't require anything other than you being comfortable in them
01-24-2009 04:58 PM
Dawg Catcher have you tried rotating your high backs parallel to the board. less of it should be in contact with your leg that way.
01-24-2009 04:58 PM
Nivek What kinda boots do you have and what kinda bindigs did you have?
01-24-2009 04:45 PM
bountyladen
Binding Back VS Boot Height

I just recently got some Burton Triads, which obviously have a Highback, so I rode in them this afternoon and noticed a huge discomfort on my lower leg exactly where my boot ends. I compared my boot height, with my friends boot, and noticed that mine ended noticeably lower. I didn't have this problem with my other bindings, which had a much lower back, so I'm wondering if Highback bindings require higher boots.

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