3/ STEP 3: ADJUSTING THE ANGLE OF YOUR SNOWBOARDING BINDINGS
1 - WHICH ANGLE DO YOU NEED?
Perhaps you have experience, and in this case you know the angles that feel best for you on your board. If you don't know them, here is what we recommend, depending on your snowboarding level.
If you mainly ride on-piste, as well as "All Mountain" (on and off piste), we recommend that you adjust your bindings at: (-6, +18). +18° for the front foot and -6° for the back foot. The position of the front foot is clearly at the same angle as the slope.
This position is recommended with a "directional" board.
If you ride Freestyle or you are a beginner, you can set your bindings at a (-15, +15) angle. The position of the back foot will open to -15°, the front foot will close slightly to +15°, in "duck stance", meaning the same angle on both sides. This position will enable you to move more comfortably in both directions. Another advantage of this position is that it reduces the pressure on your knees on slopes and especially when landing jumps.