I just got back into riding softboots more often, and have realized how much knee drive really helps, although I have a question snowwolf.
1. instead of front/rear knee drive, what would driving both knees towards the turn do? as in heel side, rotating both knees/feet into the turn, regular stance, rotating the lower body joints counter-clockwise... and clockwise for toeside.
2. how radical should fore/aft be? if i get extremely radical, I feel like the turn ends before I get a chance to go aft, even on really big sidecuts on alpine boards, should it be automatic/subtle at higher levels of riding?
Knee drive is really powerful stuff..
1. snapped used bindings
2. bought new bindings, snapped it after 3 1/2 hours of riding...
I just for shits tried it on softoboots, and despite it doing slightly different stuff at angles like 15/3, it still adds to the performance. I've seen videos like casi (twist the discs) always thought it was a load of bs, nope, I won't discount anything now and experiment super freely.
(PS: softboots have come such a dam long way, it's amazing)