On the front of boots I normally need to move the frame towards the inside of the boot (towards the big toe) a little if not allot. After loosening the front of the frame I had very little side to side adjustment. I thought if that was all the side to side adjustment I was was going to get I was going to be in trouble. I then took the frame off the boot and realized there was a forward and rear mounting position (shown in pict below). Well, the skate arrived with the frame mounted in the rear position which left me with only 1 hole to work with on the front of the boot. Being there was only 1 forward hole to work with it left me with very little side to side adjustment (again shown in pict below). Once I moved the frame to the forward position on the boot it then gave me 3 side to side holes to work with on the front. I had to use the furthest inside hole and had to slide the frame all the way to the inside of that hole to feel centered over the frame. So needless to say, when you get the skate and you feel your not getting enough side to side adjustmnet make sure the frame is mounted in the forward hole position on the boot . Again, my skates came with the frames mounted in the back position of the boots.