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Does this mean I have an alignment problem or is it normal?

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 
I recently bought an old used pair of Full Tilt Classics. They are extremely comfortable for me but I am noticing this new problem: When I over tighten my right foot's bottom buckle to the tightest possible, I am unable to ski single foot on my right foot. it feels like I am always falling left when I try it. It feels like I am unable to edge the ski to its outside edge when my right boot bottom buckle is tightened. If I leave some slack then I don't have this problem and everything feels fine.

Does this mean I have knock knees or is this not something to be worried about?

thanks
post #2 of 4

why do you need the buckle that tight anyways?

post #3 of 4

Over tightening the buckles on almost any boot will distort the shell---Could be your where your problem comes from-----as mntlion asked, why do it?

 

mike

post #4 of 4
Thread Starter 
Thanks.

I have no reason to overtighten it. I was just testing it out to see what it felt like and noticed the problem. if it is normal then that is good to hear.
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