North Kite Boarding Duotone Entity Combo NTT Pads + Straps + Grab 2019
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North Kite Boarding Duotone - Beschreibung
Taking into consideration that every foot is different, the Duotone Entity is an ergonomically shaped and highly versatile footpad. Offering a variety of settings via its numerous features, we ensure a perfect fit for each individual that not only looks great, but is quick and easy to mount and adjust. STANCE WIDTH WIDE STANCE+ more stability in landings+ can hold more power- increased inner side knee injury risk with overwide stance NARROW STANCE+ greater maneuverability+ less resistance in rotations taller people need a wider stance than shorter people. To find your stance width, jump forward and land in a comfortable squad position. PAD POSITION centred pads+ more stability in landings (weight lands through centre of board)- harder to edge heelside with small feet closer to heelside+ easier to edge on heels for upwind and jumping- less stability in landings (weight lands off centre)- harder to edge toeside if you suffer pain in shins; move position towards heels for easier edging. FOOT ANGLE duck footed (wide angle)+ more maneuverbility in various riding styles (E.g. Carving and toeside)- increased inner side knee injury risk with over ducked stance parallel stance+ greater stability in landings+ less resistance in rotations if suffering pain at the inside of knee; move angle closer to parallel. Look for your natural foot angle when you squat.