who wrote this?
With my snowboard i cant tell witch way they go like witch is the tail and witch is the front if there is a way to tell post it i didn''t read any thing on the other comments so let me know thanks
i really dont think it matters...
My release tab on the bidings seems to be too tight, how do i adjust this?
colton, there isnt really a side to a snowboard. although, if you look at your snowboard rfom above ( behind, bindings facing forward ) 1 of the will maybe be angled towards a side, that would be the front. You can also adjust that angle by unscrewing your binding, to choose which side your most comfortable on ( most likely regular ( back facing the left, front facing the right ) )
You don''t say what type of board you have but as a general rule you will find that the binding inserts on freestyle and freeride boards aren''t symetrically centre, those that are closer to the end are for the rear binding and so those that are further away from the end are for the front, so showing you the direction.
I Have An Agression Board And I Cant Find A Good Stance For My Feet/Bindings...I Have Step-In Side-lock Bindings....My Myspace Will Have A pic Of My SnowBoard..im 6'' ish and 155lb
I''m a snowboarder with a regular stance (my right foot is in the back). I''m having a little pain in my left (front) knee...how should I adjust my binding to correct this?
People the angle is very very important! Due to a wrong angle adjustment, it was hell to ride, but once i got it right the pain disappeared. So don''t be afraid to tinker a bit with your bindings.
I think if you turn your bindings so that your heels are going in toward the center of the board, positioning your feet like a duck, you should be able to bend your knees more easily, relieving a bunch of pain on yourself.
my daughters binder are hard to get to release. is there a way to make them release easier?
I have a new burton blunt 2009 model and am trying to put a used pair of ride bindings on but the holes dont match up? do all burton boards need to be used with burton bindings, or whats the deal?
looking at that burton blunt board its designed for burton''s 3 hole binding system...you just need a centre plate that works with the hole system or else you can buy burton bindings...they use it mainly as a marketing ploy so that people will buy more of their gear...
I am looking for an old burton cumtom bindiing right foot toe replacement part. It is a older binding where the strap is bolted to the binding and the lenght of the strap is adjusted by the placement of the bolt in the binding.
Burton boards only work with Burton Bindings generally. They have a special screw hole setup. You can however buy additional baseplates to make the burton bindings or your regular bindings compatible with your snowboard.
Awesome guide, has given me a much better understanding of how to set up! Thank you!!!
hey, when i tighten my bindings, the top strap sometimes skips a few ridges when im strapping in. any clues or solutions?