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    Hardcore Skiboarder Bad Wolf's Avatar
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    Canting the upper boot cuff is a nice fit feature you expect to find on an high end boot. Even if you address the problem with footbeds or canting strips you will still need cuff alignment for comfort. It is a poor response.

    Apex has canting adjustment. I am never confident which way to turn the bolts, this video explains it nicely.


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    I was rather unimpressed with Dahu's response about canting myself but didn't say so when I posted it. I didn't want to sway other folk's reactions by commenting at the time.
    Maybe the designer will one day incorporate canting cuff alignment into a mark 2 version?
    I definitely wouldn't be interested in buying the present version of the Dahu ski boots.
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    For anyone interested, freakin around with footbeds does NOT produce canting. Mostly, it just makes your feet ache LOL
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