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12-09-2012 02:43 PM
mikemon Yeah I'll try 15/15 next time, I'll let ya know how it goes! Thanks.
12-09-2012 02:35 PM
NWBoarder Just play with it until you find one that is comfortable. A lot of people like 15, -15. I ride 9, -9. It really just comes down to what is comfortable with you. Pick a starting point and go from there. You're riding EST bindings, so it should take you no time at all to adjust your angles.
12-09-2012 01:47 PM
Your angles??? Riding '12 Custom / Mission EST Bindings

Hey all,

Beginner here, looking for suggestions on how to properly angle my bindings or some alternative setups to try.

I'm 6'1 - 180lbs riding regular on a '12 Custom 161 with Mission EST bindings.

Only got to ride once with the gear once last winter in Tahoe and a guy in a shop there suggested I try 15d front / -6 to -9 back. 2nd time was at Hunter a few days ago - felt pretty good.

I don't really have any complaints, but no real reference points either.

Give me angles to try, I'll report back!

Thanks in advance.

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