What Velvet said.
As long as you have a nice, draping leg and aren't gripping with the inside of your calf you're fine. One way to check this is to see if your knee is touching the saddle. Not gripping with your knee, but making light contact with the leather.
Actually, I was taught that a 45 degree toe angle is actually desired.
ETA: I once struggled with gripping with my inner calf; the problem quickly went away when I relaxed in my heel instead of it "locking up" and being forced down. You can't really have a too-grippy leg if your weight is relaxed into your heels.
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Last edited by Eliz; 06-21-2011 at 11:58 PM.