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uride2

Binding Angle - 7-yr-old

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uride2

Is there a "standard" binding angle that would be good for a 7-year-old.

She just learned how to ride the wake board.

We have her angles at 14 degrees, on a 111 board.

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oldyeller
Is there a "standard" binding angle that would be good for a 7-year-old.

She just learned how to ride the wake board.

We have her angles at 14 degrees, on a 111 board.

That sounds about right! You want both bindings angled out away from each other between 10 and 15 degrees ("duck footed"). Sometime it just comes down to comfort though.

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JBuck

Have her look you directly in the eyes and jump up as high as she can from the flat ground. If she can come down without looking at the ground it is how her body wants to land and her feet will position themselves accordingly. Have the wakeboard on the ground in front of her for a frame of reference and you are set.

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