In boots, I went down 1 shell size (6 mm on the sole). If I shorten the binding myself using the adjustment wheel and visual scale, do I need to worry about having a shop re-check everything?
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1/30/06 at 12:38pm
Originally Posted by gyro
OK, now I have the schematic in front of me for Marker AT w/ PCOS... they actually call it the "adjustment dial", between the toe and heel cups. The visual scale I referred to, they call the sole length scale - just the ruler thing with tick marks in 6 mm increments.
So as far as those things go, I'm pretty sure I've got it figured out - but just wondering if there's more to it. The best analogy I can think of right now is - suppose somebody changes the size of their wheels, but doesn't think to re-calibrate their speedometer.
Originally Posted by Phil Pugliese
Sounds like you have Speeddial Markers. Just adjust that to your boot length. Pretty much a no brainer.