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I agree partially, sw 3s can be easier because you can spot the landing the whole way through. Although, I think I tend to cork my sw 3s more than my regular 3s, just because the way ski boots are designed, when you ride sw you're leaning uphill a lot
I'm pretty much scared as shit to go blind when moving. This season, I have done about 50 switch 3s so far and maybe 5 regular 3s if i'm lucky. I also just got switch 270s on and i'm not even considering trying regular 270s for awhile.
If you don't hitting things switch, I'd say they are a lot easier. It feels like a 180 since you are already looking forward when you hit the lip and you can literally spot landing through the whole thing.
It depends because bigger jumps scare me switch because i get impatient and try to jump way to early. When in the air, it is way easier because you can see the landing the entire time and it feels like a 180, but the take off sketches me out.