progressive sidecut ... useful at all in powder?
Is a progressive sidecut useful at all in powder, or pretty much only applicable to carving hardpack/groomers? As I understand it:
1. you're suppose to mount bindings "centered" on the progressive sidecut on a board, otherwise your board will ride funny due to the resulting weird board/binding flex
2. for riding in powder, you can shift both your bindings ~2 inches toward the tail to give yourself more nose lift in those conditions.
So for powder situations, can I disregard #1 above and just stick to #2? Thanks
Last edited by borborygmii; 11-22-2011 at 10:35 PM.