I think since they ski so much switch they just decide to forward mount. No that's stupid, that would be like saying, "I and as much tip as possible"
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You meant forward of mid-sole, so around center, right. Basically it gives you more tail so landing or skiing switch is much easier. You're centered in the sidecut, so it's easier to initiate turns and much smoother landing switch. Also easier in powder. It also gives you the same amount of swingweight tip/tail so you feel more centered in the air. It also makes the ski a bit washier and easier to initiate when skiing regular. The ski isn't so on rail all the time. Also feels more stable on rails because the weight is distributed evenly.
No, he means forward mounting.
As in, not mount at the recommended spot.
Not at core center.
Not even at true center.
That's right. FORWARD MOUNTED.
More tail than tip.
As crazy a concept as it may seem, it has been done before.
It's the batontwirlertwistshakebakecakeholehumperdinkkink rail.
the kid is talking about messureing from tip to tail, marking the exact centre of the ski, and mounting them forward of that, ive done it on afew skis and they still ski fine and skiing switch is amazing. and dont even step unless u have used forward mted skis, fo real.