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stance on a park pickle?

I just bought a new GNU park pickle, and i was wondering what kind of stance to use. im not very familiar with stances, but my friend who helped me attach the bindings told me that a decent stance was to have the front binding at 10 degrees and the back at 5.

however, i was reading a review on sierrasnowboards and they advised to have the same angle for both bindings.

what is your opinion? will my stance be effective for park and freestyle?
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You should set it at whatever feels comfortable to you. Most people have a duck stance for freestyle. I set mine at 15/-15.
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