Originally Posted by Snowolf
And how exactly
does the edge, beveled or otherwise, actually "lift the base off the snow"? In a carve, the rider "lifts" the base by tilting the board. Please just stop trying to give "advice"; its really not your forte....
You're the one that says being on edge is faster than flat base. So naturally, if you have a base bevel, the same minor edging will result in MORE tilt, resulting in less "base" touching the snow! Obviously!