Stances & angles of some of the pros  

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06/03/2017 7:09 am  

Found this pretty interesting article giving a little insight on a lot of pro riders and the set up they have/prefer. Giving their stance width & binding angles. Some provide whether or not they like it centred or set back. Pretty cool imo. Here's the article from Whitelines:

Pro Snowboarder Stances & Binding Angles


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06/03/2017 7:33 am  

I loved when TWS used to have a different pro's setup detailed in each issue, and then a whole pile of them spread throughout the Buyers Guide (maybe they still do that one? haven't bought a buyers guide in a few years).

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06/03/2017 10:35 pm  

Always interested in seeing these. Feel like its great to know the guys height as well for a reference point.


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01/01/2018 9:20 pm  

I'm actually quite pissed that I can't run my preferred angles with EST bindings.

 

Max angle is +24 and I want +27 +9. So I'm 'forced' to use  +24 +6 if I want to use EST. Thing is I really like the hinge and the spring footbed....

Who do I need to call at Burton to have this solved? 😉

 

 


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02/01/2018 9:58 am  

why do you have to use 6 instead of 9 on the back foot?

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02/01/2018 8:24 pm  
Posted by: coleslawed

why do you have to use 6 instead of 9 on the back foot?

Because when the front is at +27 the rear feels good at 9. But when the front is at +24, then the rear feels weird at 9 so I have to dial it back a bit...


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02/01/2018 8:25 pm  
Posted by: coleslawed

why do you have to use 6 instead of 9 on the back foot?

Because when the front is at +27 the rear feels good at 9. But when the front is at +24, then the rear feels weird at 9 so I have to dial it back a bit...


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