This is a little bit of an offshoot from Si's post, but a lot simpler. Si was talking about being able to just "stick in" canting adjustments both inside and outside the boot. How do you do that? I thought one had to either put wedges in under the bindings or plane your boot soles. Is it possible to experiment with canting adjustments outside the boot without these major "capital improvements" to your boots or bindings? Do these methods constitute a permanent fix?
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12/9/01 at 10:27pm