Originally Posted by TexasSkier
No, you should take them to the shop, if you're not going to though, do your boots fit in the bindings? if so then you can just adjust the DIN, I don't recommend setting your own DIN, but it is possible. If you boots don't fit, then you have to take them to the shop.
Bad recommendation for someone asking the questions he has asked.
Originally Posted by mnskiier1080
boots fit just fine is the din that difficult?
Do you know what forward pressure is and how to tell if it is correct? If not, GET IT DONE RIGHT. They can show you while you are there, but it seems you're very new & unsure about all this, so unless you're 100% sure of what you're doing, keep your hands off the bindings and let someone do it who really knows.
This is really a simple thing, and if your boots fit, you're looking at $15-25 for peace of mind, as well as saving your knees.
Where do you live? I'm in St. Paul. I could do it for you and teach you a little bit in the process.