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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 04-21-2008, 10:55 PM
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Boot Risers.

or Boot Shims.
Any one heard of em?
The last time I snowboarded I rented a 163W board and my feet where about 2 inches off the front with a 0 degree bindings. I had set them to 15 degrees and that was not bad except for a few times when i would catch toes. With 15 degrees i think they stuck over about an inch to an inch and a half. I talked to a few people and someone suggested something that raises the boot further off the board. I have yet to buy a board, though I am going to get one sometime this summer. I was wondering if there are more settings that can be applied with store bought bindings and board (when i get them) that can allow me to put the binding further back, heal side, then what the rental board was at. I am thinking of the screw placings.

The other option would be to try and get boot risers. I havnt been able to find who makes them or where to get them, so if you know a place.. link it.

Last edited by GTPete; 04-23-2008 at 12:34 AM. Reason: Maybe recognized as boot shims

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