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I know that ramp angle and binding delta has been discussed in numerous threads here but I had a question that I couldn't really find an answer for:


What are the effects of decreasing ramp angle inside the boot (bootboard/zeppa) on balance versus outside the boot (binding delta or boot toe lift), and which is appropriate when?


Of course, the net forward lean is increased when you lower the delta in the boot, but the effect on balance is what I'm not sure about.


My issue is that I believe I have too much forward lean or too much ramp, but I'm having a hard time figuring out if it's both or just one. I have a lot of ankle mobility, almost hyperflexible,  so I'm not too concerned about limiting my range of motion too much there.