Setup

Front Foot Angle

The front foot establishes your direction and engages your turn. This is why it’s so important to have an angle between 20 and 30 degrees, which provides the perfect mix of balance and engagement.

Natural Stance

The Natural Stance is not just a feeling; it’s a calculation of body geometry using the golden ratio as reference. Your body architecture establishes your personal stance, giving you the best ratio of balance and force.

Back Foot Angle

The back foot gives you the balance and energy required to finish your turn. This is why it’s so important to have an angle between – 10 and 10 degrees – the sweet spot of stability and power. Adding a canting plate on the back foot gives you more of both.