roberto Posted May 4, 2010 Share Posted May 4, 2010 All Just to be clear......Looking at the ski from the front, does anybody wedge the side of the bindings to compensate for the natural bow of the lower leg? I know this is done in snow skiing to make sure that the skier runs flat on the ski and doesn't favour an edge . Given todays hardshell technology a secure ankle cuff will naturally pick up the lower leg inclination, in theory this could produce a natural inclination to one edge. Doe anybody measure this or compensate for it? Thoughts please! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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