Originally Posted by chomps1211
Correct me if I'm wrong,.. when flat basing for say, "X" distance (longer than a few dozen yards?) on a packed or icy run, particularly /w a cambered board. ANY small lapse in technique, i.e. shoulder alignment, centered/forward weighted stance etc. is likely to give you that "Edgy" feeling? Is this correct?
Yeah exactly... They just tend to hunt around when flat unless you're absolutely flying. I still try to stay on one edge or the other when on a cat track or at the bottom of a slope. If I wanted to go straight I would have bought skis!!!
Goes away though once you're in a couple inches of fresh or more. Can flatbase all day in powder! Although that would get boring too...