The incredibly initially point you have to choose when putting your bindings on the board is which foot is going to be your forward foot (top foot). After you’ve figured out exactly where to place your bindings, it’s time to screw them in. Initially, align the baseplate holes with the inserts that best match your desired stance. Most bindings are created to angle more than the recommendations of your toes not straight over your forefoot like older binding straps. The Continuous Rocker has been frequently advised to newbies (but I consider that was possibly prior to the hybrid profiles truly took hold). Place your boots in your bindings and make certain each the toe strap and the ankle strap can properly latch and tighten without causing you discomfort. For me the Camber Profile (in addition to Thing #two – Flex) is the most critical aspect for beginners.