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tomPietrowskiWho mounted the skis? If a shop mounts they can work out your din. If they can't they should not be mounting.
WillowsThey did at the shop.. but they didn't really go into setting up the din... The guys at my local shop are not exactly "pros"... They are useless and don't really know shit.. They also said that my infamous' had rocker for better performance in powder... The standard in Denmark, or at least where I live, is super low..
tomPietrowskiDid they take your info and set the dins?
WillowsThey did not
WillowsI know I sound a little harsh.. They sell all kinds of skis, but I did talk to the "freestyle expert". anyway all that ranting was unnecessary I know.. What would you set the din at (it's a Marker griffon binding btw)
tomPietrowskiReally? They mounted skis but have them to you completly unset? That sounds unlikely but could maybe be correct. What din are the toes and heels set to?
tomPietrowskiWell you have not given all the info we need but even if you had don't just try to set the din.
If you are not sure they set the din you can't be sure the forward pressure or afd height is correct. If these too are off even the correct din may mean the bindings release inconsistently.
Take them to a shop and just have tem set everything for you. Remember to take a boot with you.
WillowsHe set them both at a 6
tomPietrowskiSo they did set them? Are you worried that is too low or somthing?
WillowsProblem is he just set them without any info. I'm not sure what is usual protocol..
tomPietrowskiYeah if he did not take your weight it's odd. He can work out your height obviously by looking at you and he would have the bsl from the boot.
If your worried just go back to the shop and chat to the guys.
WillowsYeah okay:) thanks man!