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02-28-2008 10:32 AM
FrankDaTank089 yea, i have always ridden at 15/-15 and its completly comfortable for me too. its also wonderful for switch. but yea, if you think you will be uncomfortable with this stance, just slowly work your way up to 15/-15 each time you go to the slope.
02-28-2008 10:29 AM
Minger Duck...I keep mine 15/15 degrees, both ways. Comfortable for me, but I've learned on it since day 2 like that...my brother thinkgs its uncomfortable as hell.

I'd say try somethin like 15/9 first, then move up if you want.
02-28-2008 10:07 AM
dp23
Switch Foot

Hello. I just got a Twin shaped board for "switching". Is there a normal stance that I should set my bindings to so I can optimize my performance? Some people that I have talked to say I need to switch to "Duck foot". Specific recommendations on angles would also be appreciated. Or are we dealing with one of those situations where I should just set my bindings to whatever feels comfortable. Thanks.

DP23

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