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Originally Posted by Luvmustycarpet1 View Post
im trying to figure if waist width is A myth or not because my buddy who is 6'1 175lbs size 12 boot rides a 153cm Gnu Space case that has i think a 25cm width with M/L Union Asadachi bindings and does not have a problem with any type of drag . clearly if you are going by the book that boards width is way too small for his size even his bindings are small ..even with myself im also a size 12boot and have a board with a 25.5cm waist where i have read that is good for boot sizes 9.5-10.5 i have no problems with any type of drag or any problems turning my board.. so is this a myth??? or people really do have problems with toe drag ???
in itself it is, i think.
many other variables in the equation:
- sidecut
- stance width/angles
- boots footprints...
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