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03-21-2008 06:47 PM
Suburban Blend The norm these days is 12* -6*

The old way 30* 15* was for carving. I still use this and can beat ANYONE down the hill fakie. (taking bets)

But these days, the masters of the terrain park definitely use the duck stance of 12-15* and negative 3-6* on the back foot. Extra wide 24" or so. I advise of measuring from the top of of you knee to the bottom of you foot for a freestyle stance width.

03-21-2008 04:17 PM
volcomkid id put your back at -12. alot of it is preferance though i have my bindings angled at 21 and -18 but thats just what works best for me onw thing you could do is loosen your bindings then adjust your feet to a comfortable position then check the angles and tighten it down.
03-21-2008 03:17 PM
MunkyBeast My normal stance is -15 front and 0 back. So would having both set on -15 be the best for riding both ways?
03-21-2008 02:14 PM
Augie09 what are your regular stance settings?

my regular is -15f,-6b and to learn goof I just moved my back from -6 to -12 and started riding switch 1/2 the time. Still not great, but i can go down blues at a medium speed.
03-21-2008 02:03 PM
MunkyBeast
Question on bindings

I wanted to practice snowboarding goofy but be able to snowboard regular comfortably. Just wondering what the best position for my bindings are. Thanks~!

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