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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-20-2010, 04:04 PM Thread Starter
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Stance on Burton EST board, with flying V.

I have the 2011 Burton Sherlock and prior to that I was riding a 08 Jeremey Jones with the EST system. I always just maxed out the stance as wide as possible and that is where I found it the comfiest and best for me. However where the sherlock has cambered sections around the bindings, does where I max my stance out at effect how this boards "techs" will respond. If so..How wide can i really go?
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I believe they designed it much the same as the Custom i was looking at. The cambered section of the board almost completely coveres the both channelled areas, obviouslt tapering off at the middle and toe and heel. You can check it out if you take your bindings off and sit your board on something flat (hardwood floor) give you a bit of an idea. But i'm almost 100% that the camber is not just limited to just the Reference areas of the channel. Good luck!
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