Just curious. Because carving turn obviously bend the skis significantly. Rebound can be easily seen as come from the bended skis. In short turns it doesn't look very bended. I figure that it is very possible to get some bending due to the underfoot pressure compressing the snow underneath. So the question is where else can we get rebound in short turns. And is resultant rebound significant to be useful in short turn? Thanks in advance for any contribution.
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8/8/08 at 9:34pm