When you buy skis at SkiWebShop, you can make use of our service and have your ski bindings adjusted. To properly adjust your ski bindings, we need to take the following elements into account: length, weight, age, and skiing ability. The first step involves adjusting the binding to the same length as the sole of your ski boots. To do this, we need to find the length of your sole in millimetres printed on your boot, it is usually located on the side of the heel. For example 325mm. Note: check the settings carefully to be sure that they are not too low or too high. Too low a setting can lead to the binding releasing when you don’t want it to and too high a setting can cause serious physical damage as your legs will stay attached to your skis in a fall.
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