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Atomic Redster WC 130 / parallell shins setup

post #1 of 4
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Hi guys

 

Is there any standard ways of setting up the Redster cuff to achieve parallell shins?

 

reg

 

Tom

post #2 of 4

the answer should be obvious, no. you set them up to match your lower legs. there is no way to know via the interwebz what your lower legs are shaped like.

 

please do not send pictures!cool.gif

 

jim

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Starthaus, hahaa... I have in fact photos of my lower leggs but Ill spare you. Anyway, I was just thinking that it somehow affects how the knee forward bend affects the way it impacts the skis edging..... Lets say its quicker. Or?
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In one of the gear videos advertising the Redster they said: "the cuff rotation allows you to adjust where the knee is tracking over the ski".... I was just thinking that if you rotated your knees outwards the tendency to A-frame would be targetted. Since no other boot manufacturer has a similair feature its kind of interesting to hear what boot guys have figured out during the fall.

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