Tune rear ramp angle
I find that, for myself, a rear ramp angle (on the zepper) slightly higher than the front works well. The increase is slightly more than 1/8th of an inch under the heel. Specifically, my front ramp is 5 degrees, while my rear foot ramp is 6.7 degrees (measured inside the boot, off the bindings). This is a parameter that you should experiment with in subtle increments. One strip of tape can (and will) make a difference once you are in an effective range of adjustment. Execute consistent turns on the same trail until you find something underfoot that feels “solid”.