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well i dunno what hills you're used to but (at the risk of generalising) euro hills seem to have more cat tracks and the like, for us to motor down to link up the pistes etc.
coz of this, there is plenty of practice for flat basing. i grew up with a bias to toe edge, but then i learnt to swip swap, but now i generally try to go edge free, but for this, you need speed to maintain forward momentum as the dominating force of motion, and a flat camber path is pretty useful too.
but yar, practice makes perfect, flat footed with a low stance is fastest, but use an edge if you sense any lateral motion.
Just coz you don't understand it
Doesn't mean it makes no sense!