What Is The Correct Distance Apart for My Bindings on My Snowboard?
While there is no 100% correct answer for this question there are certainly some good guidelines to follow. The main aim is to achieve a good body balance on your snowboard. For a body to be balanced the feet should be fairly wide apart so that they stabilize the main bulk of your body. If you think of a camera tripod, it has a central column and the feet are splayed out at an angle to increase the stability of the central column. With your feet you can maximize your balance by having them placed apart at a good angle. However, if you go too wide then you start to lose your agility and this is certainly required for snowboarding. So as a guide, have your feet about 2 inches wider than your shoulders. This allows the balance you need while also allowing you to be agile.