Are you talking about carving heel side? How do you get forward lean in your bindings that way? Trying to curl your toes upwards towards your shins? I understand the concept of forward lean in the bindings when carving toe side.
The one caveat I can think of is if you have a really flexible board. If it's a super loose board, tucking that knee in too much can cause you to wash out.
The A-Frame is one of the stiffest ALl mountain board you can find. Forward lean makes your calf push on the back of the binding soooner, because of the angle, and your edge engages sooner. Not too much..Just enough to carve perfectly. I do ride with both pos angles
generally 21-18 for carving 18-9 for all else
2015/16 -9- Kirkwood days
Arbor A-Frame 158 2009-10
Jeremy Jones Hovercraft 156, 2011/12
Subaru WRX 06
Last edited by KIRKRIDER; 03-21-2011 at 03:12 PM.