barefoot techniques

barefoot techniques

Post by Ben LeVa » Sat, 19 Mar 1994 06:27:28


To any experienced or even familiar barefooters!!!!!!!!!!!

I just began barefooting last summer and my buddy and I taught ourselves
off a kneeboard.  Now as the rest of you know barefooting is ***ing and
I would like to know if anyone out there has any tips for me, any at all.
The mosst I can do is stay up for about a hundred yards and sometimes turna
corner if the driver takes i tslow enough.  Also, any hints about other
ways of starting such as deep water or starting off a slalom ski?  Please
either post any info or send it to me directly.  Thanks from Minnesota, the
great wet north.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Ben LeVahn

 
 
 

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Post by JWLaum » Fri, 06 May 1994 13:10:09


Quote:
LeVahn) writes:

The best way, bar none, to learn barefooting beginner through expert tricks is
on a boom.  If you don't have one get one.  Siepel's booms are some of the
best.  I've only used them on in-boards but he makes a gunnel mount for
outboards and I/Os.  Look in Overton's, Barts, Ski Limited or other mail order.
  Alternatively find someone who has a boom and needs a driver occasionally.  

This Thurs. marks week number 4 for the Lake Gervais Dockstarters.  I can't
believe some of the posts here talking about 50 degree water as cold, it
doesn't get that warm here until June.

Best of luck with our Foot'n

 
 
 

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Post by hw.. » Sat, 07 May 1994 21:08:29

What are the numbers for Barts and Ski Limited -- I don't get those
catalogues and would like to have more of a choice than just Overtons.

Thanks in advance,

Wray

 
 
 

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Post by Charles Hi » Wed, 11 May 1994 23:55:45

Quote:

>What are the numbers for Barts and Ski Limited -- I don't get those
>catalogues and would like to have more of a choice than just Overtons.

Bart's is (800) 348-5016
Ski Limited is (800) 477-4040

--
Charles S. Hill (Charlie or Chas)

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Post by John W. C » Thu, 12 May 1994 12:43:00


Quote:
>What are the numbers for Barts and Ski Limited -- I don't get those
>catalogues and would like to have more of a choice than just Overtons.

>Thanks in advance,

>Wray

BART's 800 348-5016   Ski Limited  800 477-4040

-John

 
 
 

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Post by George Jefferso » Sat, 07 May 1994 03:39:49

How fast do you need to go? (as a beginner obviously..)
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