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weastcoastMy boot soles are worn, especially my toes. But I’ve had at least 6 or 7 people try my skis and their boots move in the toepiece too. The toepieces of the bindings look fine, nothing broken. But my boot toe will move back and forth a couple mm. If I’m standing still and put my ski on edge I can see and feel it moving. What should I do about this
mystery3Up and down movement? Side to side? Front to back...I hope not?
ethanshredzIf you have a model with a height-adjustable AFD, is it possible that the AFD is either set to the wrong position or the adjustment mechanism is broken?
TubeBroIn these bindings there is no AFD adjustment.
ethanshredzThe Pivot 'Dual WTR' models all feature a two-position AFD height adjustment, it's only the most recent 'GW' models that have a static AFD that accommodates both GripWalk and Alpine.
freeskibum82This is a forward pressure issue. make sure the white bar on the heel piece lines up with the two raised marks on the heel piece. if they dont you need to adjust the heel.
TubeBroA boot sole moving around in the toe piece is not a forward pressure issue.
QuaffIt's because looks suck
mystery3I was thinking the 70's tech just wasn't working with modern boot sole interface?
QuaffI didn't have this problem with pivots but the goddamn things broke every other week