Your skis and their bindings are in excellent shape, but you bought new boots.
Adjusting your bindings to new boots ensures safety.
Here’s how Geoff’s process works:
Step 1: he makes sure the toe of your boot fits in the toe of the binding. There’s a small connection that clicks in the back when the fit is right.
Step 2: he checks your boot height and adjusts (if necessary) near the toe to make sure you can actually release out of your ski. You don’t want to be stuck attached to your skis if a wipeout happens.
Step 3: he sets your DIN, which is the pressure of the binding. This affects how easy you can detach from your skis.
Having this set wrong means your keep popping out OR you can’t detach during a nasty wipeout.
We have a DIN chart (updated yearly) that tells Geoff what DIN to give a person depending on their weight, height, and age.