Heard someone say that people with long tib/fib need an increased ramp angle to be able to forward flex more upright boots, like KR2. Any truth to this? I would think that longer tib/fib means increased lever arm on the boots, thus a more upright boot is needed. Thoughts?
Forward lean and long tib/fib
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This depends on a lot more than just the tib/fib measurement. Range of motion, body shape, length of femur compared to length of tib/fib. Height of skier, etc..
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