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    I don't know that we can do that but it's very cool that you can.

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    Oh no, I can't do it.

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    !! I actually meant it's cool that you can do it in the sense that it can be done and they put it out there for anyone who can do it to be able to!

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    I think LT is smart enough and knowledgeable enough to do it. Sounds like something she would enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by comprex View Post
    I think I might have seen your vixels at WT. if you see a pair of Palmer P02s or really funk-ugly Dynamics, that's me.
    March 5, 2013

    Hi comprex:

    Didn't know that you were local. We'll have to arrange to ski together with the other Skier Village skiers soon.

    Think snow,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    Hi MT,

    I know that the length of your boot sole can change ramp angle, but I'm not sure what you mean by ramp angle is only relevant to the length of the ski? Could you explain further please?

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    Toby
    I am.thinking about.effective ramp.angle. If.the line represented by the foot intersects the line of the ski.base out past the actual.tip of the ski that is differnt leverage than if it.intersects the base.line 12 inches back frm the tip. In any case, minute changes in ramp angle produce mintue changes in pressure more suitable for folks.looking for.tjose.hundredths.of.a.second on a race course. I have my doubts whether the typical recreational skier would notice the difference other than feeling a bit like they are skiing in high heels. Mostly that sensation leads them to sitting on their heels more(not backseat) which is not really the goal. I wold rather they learn fore/aft balance.manipulation from a standard.set up and.not be looking to ramp angle.changes.to.solve those problems.
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