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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-06-2009, 03:40 AM Thread Starter
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Powder setup for reverse-camber?

do you have to set back a reverse camber board (skate banana specifically) in powder? i've read it was easier to keep from plowing in but a powder setup is a mystery to me. it would be nice to keep things centered but not so nice if the thing keeps taking a nosedive.

also how far back does one set the bindings back for powder?
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As Snowolf said it just naturally floats better but doesnt mean you dont have to lean still for the really deep stuff, you just dont have to lean as far...the biggest issue with a setback i would see would the board would probably ride slightly different then centered since thats usually where they want you for maximum engagement/usage of the rocker...

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