I ride a Burton FP 160 (one can only hope to become rich and buy that coiler)
and Ive noticed that on heel side carves, my back foot washes out and scrapes on a rugular basis, this could be technique. However, while going over my last session in my head, I realized, alot of the problem has to do with the fact that the widest part of the front of my board really bites the snow, while the widest part of the back does not as much.
I was thinking that it may be practical to move my stance all the way back to put more pressure on the tail, and allow the nose to do its job without my help.
This sound kosher to all you vets?