ATTACHING PLAYERS TO INVISIBASE™ CLEATS
Attaching your players to an Invisibase™ Cleat is simple, just slide the player into the slot as shown. You can only use one Strength Cleat per player. Speed Cleats are narrower and require two Cleats per player.
INVISIBASES™ AND DIRECTION OF TRAVEL
For forward motion, refer to the Invisibase™ diagram below and match the arrow.
Invisibases™ are omni-directional, meaning they can be worn forwards, backwards, or in the case of Speed Cleats, in both a forward AND backward configuration by placing one Speed Cleat forward and the other Speed Cleat backward on the same player. This can provide various quarterback and zone defense coverage options.
INVISIBASE™ SPEED CLEATS: DIRECTION
The Speed Cleat is a thinner Strength Cleat. Two are required. To control a player’s direction of travel, try angling one Cleat and then the other, then run them to see how they perform. See the Speed Cleat examples below. You are looking at the bottom of the player and Cleat combination.
INVISIBASE™ SPEED CLEATS: PERFORMANCE
The performance configurations below are useful to get the most out of each position. Shown left to right, the PUNCH is used along the defensive line or at running back to bust through the pile. The FOCUSED PUNCH is good for receivers to break away from coverage. The STICKY is good for blockers to stay stuck to defenders. The SPIN is good for pocket passers and zone defenders as it keeps the player spinning in place. The STABLE is good for any player who needs to stay upright against a tough opponent.
You can tune your arsenal of bases for most any situation. Below is a common method of creating a hybrid Invisibase.