How to Become the Best Barefooter on Your Lake

First, you need to get kitted out in all the right gear– a wetsuit and padded shorts are a good place to start. KSO wetsuits and shorts are as good as they get.  As an added bonus, they have built in tumble turns!

Next are your handles and lines. US Gear handles are great with a soft grip and rounded corners for extra
comfort and they also look real cool as well. A KSO pro fusion line is the next step for absolute no line-stretch skiing. Lastlydon’t forget a pair of KSO shoe skis-the most comfortable and durable on the market. But most important of all
is to start with the correct help and training. Before you take to the water, call the World Barefoot Center and get some advice and book some training from the World Champions, Keith St. Onge and David Small.

Then comes the easy bit:  train for about ten hours a week on the water and go to the gym every other day for the next three years, and you will be the best barefooter on your lake.

Unless of course your lake happens to be Lake Conine.

Written by Adam Chalk

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