ski-hippiecheck your forward pressure
UglyboyFor butters you want to lean over your skis and put all the pressure on your shins while pushing down your toes.
But yeah dins need to be higher. What stiffness of boot are you riding? Also how old are you? Because if you're young you won't have the strength to butter well enough
MNSkierswhat bindings do you have? I know my a couple of my friends have the Marker Squires and they will land perfectly on a front 2 and double eject! It could be the bindings you have
Steezy_PeazyI dont know the stiffness, but it's probably in the mid range
No strength problems, I'm 17, and not to brag but i have great leg strength
MNSkierswhat bindings do you have?
john18061806You didn't even read you noob.
OP crank the bindings up a little. I'm 6'2" 170lbs and ride 11 DIN. Skis stay on when I do tip/nose stalls and hard butters but come off in burly crashes.
MNSkiersLOL i didnt even see that. sorry im autistic i think
UglyboyWhat boots and skis are you riding? Also, how worn down is your heal piece in your boot? If it's too worn down that's what could be causing you to eject.
Steezy_PeazyI was trying to nosebutter/ nollie the other day and I double heel ejected when I put pressure on the front. I tried multiple times. What's going on? I assume i need to pull up with my hells a little more and press with my toes less, or that the heel piece on my binding is not set correctly. I got new skis, and had to have the sth13s remounted. I think the tech might have not set the heel din correctly.
UglyboyYou mean dyslexic?
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