Congrats! I really like my booster straps, they do a great job of eliminating that dead spot from when you are leaned back or unweighted and then lean forward and begin to engage the flex of your boot.
No tips for installing though. Every pair I've bought has been installed for free from the shop they were bought from. Doesn't look too complicated except that they used a soldering iron to melt the screw holes so that they don't fray. Maybe you can take them to the shop they were bought at and have them do it.
frekaliciousStep by step instructions greatly appreciated
What I did was-
Put boosters on and tighten them.
Marked where the screws were for the previous power strap
heated up a 16 penny Nail with blow torch.
melted the holes in the booster (it worked great)
put screws back in and tightened them with the booster strap in place of the power strap.
Bought mine at a very very good local shop. They installed it just like the old strap. Worked very very well.
"You put on your boots, click into your bindings, dust the snow off your skis, and head out for the chair, and it doesn't matter that you failed a test, didn't get the girl, or that your life is on a one way trip down the shitter, your world is right for the next couple of hours."
It depends a little bit on what kind of boots you have. Posting pictures of the back of the calf of the boot would help. The only thing I can say for sure is that you will need to melt a hole in the strap, not just cut it. It's usually a pretty simple process though
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