We start out with a base that is flat from edge to edge between the bindings. The edges directly under and between your feet should always be engaged to control the board under all circumstances
As we move out from the binding area the nose and tail section of the board gets divided in three parts and we start to gradually lift the side- bases up from the snow. This makes the board loose, playful and catch-free.
At the widest points of the board the sidebase uplift is the highest. Not only does this make it super smooth and effortless to get into turns it also increases the boards float in powder and makes it smoother to ride through uneven terrain.