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How to reduce overhang by PerryRObray
Heel and toe overhang is kinda subjective at times. With overhang, there might be a possibility of edge lift on solid ice bumps around 1-2 feet or more deep/high, and it may cause some edge lift under aggressive carving. Some people prefer zero overhang, some might see slight overhang as perfect for carving/edge to edge control. Actual riding will tell. If on very solid ice, a very cautious ...

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by alex - 2 weeks ago
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