I had the same problem with my RC board early in the season. Like Panhandler said it could be that your boots do not have equal overhang or it could be any number of things. First check to make sure your highbacks are parallel to the heal edge. What size are you, your boots and board, and what's your stance width? It might help to just open up your front foot, try +18. You could also try opening up the back foot. Having too wide a stance might also cause this swing on an RC board because you could have a tendency to put more weight on your lead foot. Be conscious of how squaring off your shoulders results in frontside swing. Use your rear toes and the ball of your rear foot to keep the board in line, or just get on edge. Familiarity with the board will help as well.
Last edited by outlyr; 02-22-2011 at 05:41 AM.