Does a taller person create more leverage on the boot? I am tall but do not weigh much. It seems that when driving really hard I end up poking head out more in relation to speed and steepness of terrain and feel that this mashes/flexes my boot more.
I have been skiing nordica dobberman 130 WC for the past 4 seasons and love them. I have been on a Rossignol experience 130 this year and dont seem to be able to get the same fit, not as tight, which seems to be causing more movement in the upper part of the boot. So when I feel as if I am driving this boot hard I have a lot more upper boot movement or slop. I can always improve my technique, but I just didnt seem to have this problem in my Nordicas. I feel that the slop in the top in combination with my height is creating more "energy" when really thrown into the front of the boot causing the boot to flex/move more than it should, not really a smooth flex either. Sorry about the lack of terminology any help is appreciated. Ryon