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What specific things when fitting a boot will aid a skier to be more able to push his tips (extend) down the back side of a mogul. Or maybe the better question is what compromises a skier's ability to get more forward leverage in the boot allowing this to occur more easily.

Can building a footbed that takes into account dorsiflexion or other restrictions of the foot assist the aspiring mogul skier. Not knowing any better , I would associate raising the heel or increasing the ramp angle in the boot would contribute to more able to do this, but I've read over and over here that typically these same adjustments result in the skier being in the back seat.

Thanks for your inputs and suggestions.