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If you want a stick that's going to go the distance, this is it. I've been riding my Legacy since January '05 and it's still holding up. There is no chatter & this board is super responsive (even on ice), it destroys groomers, hardpack, and cuts through ice. Mine is a 163 - it absolutely slays the mountain on pow days. Plus it has sick polar bear graphics.

Stiffer than most, and on account of its extra width (that's what she said!) it's not built to ride park all day. I bought this board because I wear an 11 and my stance is 0/0. Everyone says you can reduce toe drag by adjusting stance, but dood, have you ever tried riding fakie with your feet pointing 15 degrees the wrong direction?

Also, I would not recommend this board for beginners.

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Dude, I've ridden switch since about '92 with both feet angled forward. Seems like a guy named Terje does as well, and won the Mt. Baker banked slalom one year, riding switch. It's all in your mind...

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Oops, got my facts a little mixed up - Terje qualified in the top five one year riding switch.

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thanks anyways, the 0/0 is working out just fine.

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Try riding a +15/-15 or a +15/-12 stance so your feet are pointed away from each other. It makes it a lot easier to flex and twist your board to get it to perform, while maintaining the ability to ride switch. It is also easier on the knees.