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Old     (Bakes)      Join Date: Mar 2010       09-19-2016, 8:48 AM Reply   
So does anyone do an asymmetric stance setup like they snowboard? I get why a symmetric duck is a good idea for going switch and all that; however, for us folks not really looking to go beyond just messing around and jumping the wake, is their any reason I wouldn't want to set it up a little more directional?

What are your thoughts on

1: setback: Specifically moving the bindings back a hole kinda like what you do on a powder day if you don't have a dedicated powder board

2. Asymmetric duck. Say have the back a 6 degrees and the front at 18 degrees.

All I really want to to is go out their, carve and jump the wake.

Ps...I'm an old dude so don't really like the hard edge catches anymore and don't really want to be one of the "...all we do is surf" crowd.

 
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