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What does raising the binding on the ski actually do to the skis performance?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
@Kelskii, nah. He has it the wrong way round.

@Dave of the Marmottes, do wider skis hurt your knees? On boilerplate, yes, they do mine. Think about it... geometry and moment wise.

In bottomless powder if you have de skillz FIS SLs work just as well as anything else and nothing hurts Happy
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
The only bottomless powder I've skied FIS SLs would barely get you moving down the hill. Mainly because to get true bottomless you need density. Blower pow you still hit bottom.
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