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Going sackless into jumps

At the local hill, there are a couple of jumps in the line in the big park. The first one is about 6 feet high, with a 15 foot table (set-down.) I can hit it confidently, with enough speed to clear the knuckle. Last "pow" day (which turned into wet sticky snow), I ended up hiking out of the park just to get enough speed to hit it.

The second jump is built on this platform, expect it now takes up the whole thing, and is about 15 feet tall. The lip is in the same place as the smaller one. It really pushes you high.

Anyway, my problem is building the confidence to hit it. Wondering how to really go sackless at it. I know I have the skill to hit it, and my skier friend said he was hitting it flawlessly tonight.

What do?
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