I was using a different boot, just tried with my regular boot and I could hand push it in, just took a little more oomph than some other bindings typically do. Shouldn't be an issue stepping in. Thx.
Found this online...
How do you adjust the forward pressure setting on Fritschi frame bindings?
First do a rough adjustment of length so that your boot snaps in and looks like it’s correctly held (if possible, use boot sole length in millimeters and set binding to corresponding number that shows on rail just behind heel unit.) Length adjustment is done with the screw at back end of the binding rail. Next, with the boot in the binding, adjust the length screw a few turns in or out so that it’s exactly flush with the rear surface of the rail. Take care to get this right. Too much forward pressure may cause the toe unit to break off the binding, while too little will cause pre-release.
What do you guys think of that?
This kind of interesting too...
Edited by jc-ski - 11/3/15 at 11:33am