Prevent rear falls
Indentations hidden within the rear contour of the blade involuntary and automatically engage the ice, when the blades slips under the skater to the point that a fall is inevitable.
Based on scientifically tested theories of movement. Newtons 1st physical law of motion; an object either remains at rest or continues to move at a constant velocity, unless acted upon by an external force.
- The indentations engages the ice (external force) and disrupts the skates forward inertia (constant velocity).
- This disrupts the angular momentum and rotates the skater forward.
- It allows the skater a moment to counteract, realign and stabilize their centre of gravity, thus catching ones balance.
- When balance is caught, a potential rear fall and injury is prevented.