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- February 18, 2013 at 1:59 pm #665567nickstaynerParticipant
I don’t know if I missed it in this thread, but has anyone tried pulling that heel lift down with their pole?February 18, 2013 at 2:28 pm #665568PeRiParticipant
I don’t get the point to this or why it’s a big deal? Do people really change their stance that often
Also – isn’t something that is that easy to adjust going to tend to self-adjust in the field….at the wrong time? I know those ridges in the pucks may help but – call me skeptical. I have a hard enough time cranking the forward lean at transition time….way too lazy to mess w/stance much.
I set my stance at the beginning of the season and rarely I change it through the whole season…
I don’t know if I missed it in this thread, but has anyone tried pulling that heel lift down with their pole?
yes, it’s very easy to do, way easier than the voile heel risers. Using the basket of your pole works good, even in powder conditions.
www.splitboardmag.comFebruary 18, 2013 at 5:35 pm #665569nickstaynerParticipant
Great to hear. I couldn’t tell- is the riser dual height?February 18, 2013 at 5:41 pm #665570PeRiParticipant
yes, double riser.
the outer one, and the easiest to reach, is the tall one, while the inner one is the low one.
Also, the risers are as wide as the whole baseplate, so they give you better transmission when using since it’s a wider base than the voile/g3 ones.
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