The cuff canting adjustment (lateral tilt of the cuff) enables the skier to tune the boot geometry to specific leg morphology. The objective of the canting adjustment is to reach the skier’s most natural stance on their skis, allowing smooth and easy engagement/disengagement of the ski edges.
Put on your ski boots and fasten the buckles and Velcro straps.
With a 3mm key, loosen the canting screws.
With the feet as wide as if you were skiing, flex forward 3 to 5 times.
Without moving laterally, ask a friend to tighten the canting screws again.
You will notice that if you are bow legged, the cuff tilt will be toward the external side (positive canting) and if you are knock kneed, the cuff tilt will be to the inside (negative canting)
Lange relies on a wide network of authorized dealers to provide the best support in the canting and adjustment of your boots.