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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-09-2010, 05:34 PM
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Perfect is 50/-50 and 32" wide...for everyone. We are all built exactly the same, ride the same way on the same conditions and terrain. Snowboarding is all science and there is no personal style to it at all.

Get a tool and adjust as needed. But start at 50/-50 and 32" wide
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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-09-2010, 06:10 PM
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not an opiton, i have less than 8 - 9 days of riding in a year, so i need them to be perfect.
Start with plus 16 in the "front" and minus 9 in the rear.

Thats perfect.

Or plus 15 minus 15 if you can actually ride switch.
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Here's a quick and very easy way to find out what your stance is:

Standing flat-footed, jump up and down two or three times (slowly and concentrating on staying under control), pausing a moment between each jump. If you land with good balance and under control each time, after two or three landings you'll find yourself in just about your perfect stance.

Now do it right next to your board, use your feet position as a reference and put your bindings on your board in the same width and angles as your feet. Finally, keeping your bindings at the same width and angles, attach them to your board either slightly set back (back binding is slightly closer to the back tip than the front binding is to the front tip) for all-mountain or more centered for park.
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