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Originally Posted by shirtandnopants View Post
My current binding angle is set at -6, +15 and when going flat edge or just a little slow, i find that my rear foot (goofy) just starts to fishtail like there's no tomorrow. I can feel that all my weight is on my front foot too, so that's def something to look at to.

Got any ideas/suggestions for binding angles? or is it the technique that i'm doing wrong?
Not a pro for the record. When you say flat edge I assume you mean flat base? If i'm flat basing it slow my board will look for an edge, but I find keeping my shoulders in line with the board helps and also I try to favour a slight edge. I've never experienced fishtailing. However I never have all my weight on my front foot. I try to keep my weight centred on flats. However like I said not a pro I just do what works for me. Don't know if any of that helps, but that's my two pence . I ride 15, -15 btw.

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