Originally Posted by Baileygunns
Try 15/15 for binding angles... Get rid of the negative on your rear binding. It's going to put your hips in the right position and help with angulation. It also keeps you from rotation your knee and putting stress on it. Your trailing knee will thank you!
It will feel funny at first but you'll be dragging hip in no time...
Good point. Try on a longboard on pavement. You'll figure out pretty quickly why a positive angle on both feet is better for carving. I find that is also much less straining on your back knee.
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