Forgive some ignorance here with this question that may be very simple but I'm never embarrassed to ask anything. When I bought my new skis last year. (fwiw Blizzard xpowers) I bought them with bindings pre-mounted fromn a shop several hours from my home and they delivered them to me.
I told them my exact boot and my mm length. I did bring them to my local shop (where I bought my boots) and had them tune the skis and also had them adjust and set my bindings anyway. It turns out the bindings had to be adjusted (minimally) for the size of my boots but there is something I just thought about now (for whatever reason lol) but wanted to ask.
If my bindings had to be adjusted than how can I know if they were mounted in the very correct spot to begin with? Sure they can adjust open and close them a bit within reason to adjust to my boot since they were close. But how much (or long) of a boot size difference before one needs to mount the whole bindings in a different spot? Is not there a boot center point marked on the ski regardless of boot size? The fact that my bindings were a even just a tad off how do I know if both the front and rear needed to be in a different spot (even if minimal)??
perhaps making big deal out of nothing but it did spark some thought in my head.