Hello, last March I bought a new set of skis, K2 Sight with Marker Griffon bindings. At the time, I had my old boots which were a size 31 and a little big as I hadn't upgraded my boots yet. Just last week I got new boots, a set of Dalbello Boss (last years version), size 29.5. I slid the bindings down their plate to make the heel place be as close as possible to the toe plate, and then snapped in with my boots. I stood and I shook my ski with the boot on, and it seemed secure. I was wondering if there was any way to check this, and what problems it will pose? I would really rather not have my bindings remounted already since I haven't even gotten a chance to use the skis yet. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
New Ski Boots on Previously Fitted Bindings.
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if you know where the forward pressure indicator on that particular binding is and how it should be with the boot in the binding then you can do it yourself
if you don't know what i am talking about, then take them to a shop if you value your safety