Originally Posted by Readyaimfire
It's pretty wide, I think that's the key on the toeside.
The above mentioned Ronix Vault and Hyperlite State beg to differ. In addition to the larger toeside fins, they also place the bindings closer to the toeside edge, making it easier to sink the rail and edge in. This would imply that a narrower board, which brings the rail closer to your toes, would make toeside edging easier and therefore give you better pop. A wider board would do the opposite. A wider board would theoretically have more pop in general, but not specifically toeside.
OP: Like everyone else said, just work on your toeside jumps.