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So i recently bought burton malavita est binding to pair with my burton process board and slx boots. Im now for the first time setting up the bindings myself so could someone check if i have done it correct? Im mostly worried if the footbeds are the correct length and if i correctly adjusted the highbacks to line up with the board. Im running 15 degrees for the front binding and -6 on the back binding. I can send more pictures if needed.
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So i recently bought burton malavita est binding to pair with my burton process board and slx boots. Im now for the first time setting up the bindings myself so could someone check if i have done it correct? Im mostly worried if the footbeds are the correct length and if i correctly adjusted the highbacks to line up with the board. Im running 15 degrees for the front binding and -6 on the back binding. I can send more pictures if needed. View attachment 161018
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im also worried because there is more space between the heel edge and footbed compared to toe edge and footbed
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A good trick to determine centering is to look at the bindings (with boots in) from the bottom. You can see the amount of overhang without distraction.
 

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With boots in the bindings is best. But overall, that doesn't look bad in terms of centering. You won't be able to go high onto your toe edge with that footbed sticking out like that, though.
 

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