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blindgoose 08-20-2010 8:38 AM

What are your binding stance angles?
 
I have my bindings as wide as possible with 18 degrees ducked on both boots.

Does this sound reasonable?

Preston 08-20-2010 9:03 AM

I have mine as wide as possible and ducked 12 degrees.

It's all what feels good and natural to you. It's definately reasonable, somedays I feel I need to duck them out more and other days less, just depends on how loose my muscles are.

blindgoose 08-20-2010 9:14 AM

I am a member on learnwake forums and they say if I cant touch my knees together at 18 degrees its too much. They also talk about the more wide your stance, the less ducked you need to be. 9-12 degrees seems to be the average there.

gnarslayer 08-20-2010 10:22 AM

all the way wide and straight no ducking

behindtheboat 08-20-2010 10:25 AM

^^ your knees don't hurt?

Just under 15degres on both

Chuch 08-20-2010 10:26 AM

ducked at 11 degrees

shawndoggy 08-20-2010 10:52 AM

Wakeboard? Ducked at 12. Snowboard? 55 front, 50 back.

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3423/...2b8b238fd9.jpg

gnarslayer 08-20-2010 11:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by behindtheboat (Post 1624940)
^^ your knees don't hurt?

Just under 15degres on both

nope and i land in the flats 90% of the time

stang_killa_ss 08-20-2010 12:41 PM

5'10"
22" at the heels
12.5 degrees

08-20-2010 12:55 PM

EUROCARVE! YES!! I never paid attention to what my angles are on my wakeboard, just whatever felt comfortable.

drewproses 08-20-2010 1:20 PM

Dan sounds perfect to me. I ride all the way out 18 degrees each foot.

cwb4me 08-20-2010 2:58 PM

i'm 5'6" i ride a 140 board 1 from the furthest out and 12 degrees. i also land in the flats on a 85' rope at 22mph behind a tige' with a 102" beam. all the info helps.:D

wake77 08-21-2010 10:33 AM

Robert, are you bragging?

cwb4me 08-21-2010 5:09 PM

no just supplying information. this will let someone know my height , length board i ride. that i can land in the flats at 22 mph at 85' rope length which adds up to about28' to 30' distance traveled. and obviously i land comfortable because i'm not injured. i get a better visual when i have more information. thats all i was saying.i don't know anyones skill level but i would rate my skill level at a beginner/intermediate. many riders i know are much better than me so i have nothing to bragg about.sorry if it came across that way . i was just supplying info.

joe_crawley 08-21-2010 9:12 PM

25" +7.5/-7.5
5'11" and pigeon toed

joe_crawley 08-21-2010 9:13 PM

"22 mph at 85'"

That's pretty funny, what do you ride behind, a tige' fishing boat? Any dumped wakeboard boat would need at least 25mph at 85' lines.

bennn 08-21-2010 10:00 PM

ducked at 12 degrees and as wide as possible

cwb4me 08-22-2010 2:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by joe_crawley (Post 1625404)
"22 mph at 85'"

That's pretty funny, what do you ride behind, a tige' fishing boat? Any dumped wakeboard boat would need at least 25mph at 85' lines.

did i say i had it weighted? thats why i said information is important. otherwise you assume things. when i weight my boat i ride at 24 mph at 85'. and no i don't fish on my boat.LOL it's a wakeboard boat.:D

ryanbush11 08-22-2010 7:29 PM

this brings up another question, i am riding a 09 watson 138 with watson CT bindings... i have been riding this set up all year and am very comfortable on the board, no knee pain and very rarely do my feet get tired but in all my pics my knees seem really close together...

i was riding next to last holes and 12deg, i just switched them to the last hole out and 9deg.. i guess we'll see how that goes tomorrow

blindgoose 08-22-2010 11:18 PM

I dropped from 18 degrees to 15 and didn't notice much difference but I was riding switch so I will see how it feels regular.

I might even try 12 degrees. Why not, its free! :)


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