[part title=”WHEN JUMPS GO WRONG…”]
When jumps go wrong…
Unless you know you’re heading for the worst, it’s normally better to stay holding on to your gear so you don’t fall on it. If you do need to bail out you want to make sure you clear yourself easily from the gear so you can land in the water safely. It’s easy to do this when it’s windy because normally the wind carries your gear, however if it isn’t, you want to kick your feet out of the straps whilst at the same time pushing yourself backwards off the boom and board.
How do you look good
Stand next to my brother Hendy.
Some of these tips from Jaeger Stone originally appeared in a previous edition of Boards print magazine. You can check out the latest edition, and order back copies here.