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Originally Posted by Nefarious View Post
What angles are your bindings at right now? You could always attempt to alter your stance to help reduce overhang. It's great if you're already at an acceptable level, but if not; Altering your angles to 15/-15 might help.
I'm at 15/-15.
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Originally Posted by WorstPlayer View Post
Actually, I worded it wrong.

What I meant to say was that compared to the toes, the heel comes out in the back a little less than 1/4 inch. So roughly a 1/4 inch difference between the heel and toe.

But my toes and heels still evenly (almost) hang over the boards edge about an inch, give or take.
I think that should be fine, as long as it's approximate. Unless you're doing some very hard carving, I'm not sure you'll get drag. A wide board may help, but I wear a 7.5 boot and I get overhang on a 151 SL. The flip side is it gives you more leverage.
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