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post #101 of (permalink) Old 03-05-2013, 01:22 AM
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Originally Posted by poutanen View Post
Yeah, I ride about 1/2" wider than reference stance, and the stance just happens to be about 1/4" back from centre. So I put the forward binding 1/2" further forward than reference and I'm off to the races!

It's certainly harder to ride in powder though. Great for switch, not great for every other aspect of riding...
Got it. Thanks.

Originally Posted by ItchEtrigR View Post
As long as your centered over your sidecut, you'll be good. Don't push your stance on boards with setback too forward otherwise you'll be ahead of the waist on switch and in front of the tails flex point while regular. IMO I wouldn't tinker with it too much or at all, as switch is just a matter of practise, centering a stance on a directional board isn't going to make you learn any easier. It's just going to make your tip & tail the same length, off center your stance with the sidecut and flex pattern of the board...
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