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05-11-2009 01:35 AM
arsenic0
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Originally Posted by Flick Montana View Post
A wider stance tends to make it easier to toss the board around. That's part of the reason so many park riders have wide stances.
And if their stance is wide their +5 size to big pants are less likely to fall off.
05-11-2009 12:47 AM
Flick Montana A wider stance tends to make it easier to toss the board around. That's part of the reason so many park riders have wide stances.
05-11-2009 12:06 AM
ZFanatic
Stances

What's the difference between a wide, average and narrow stance? Not the width of your feet, obviously, but like how the board handles and turning and whatnot.

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