Reduce rigging time, reduce injuries, improve hygiene. Gain boat and erg speed.

BAT Logic equipment has been involved in the last 5 consecutive NCAA Div. 1 wins since 2012 and 5x Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race wins. The ShoePlate Pro is used by 60+ US colleges and many more globally.

Using BAT Logic ShoePlates:

  • 5 X NCAA DIV. 1 CHAMPIONS IN A ROW 2012-2016
  • OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE WINNING BOAT WOMEN ’14, 15, 16, 17
  • OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE BOAT RACE WINNING BOAT MEN 2012
  • HENLEY CHAMPIONS 15+ TIMES
  • SAN DIEGO CREW CLASSIC & HOCR COLLEGE CHAMPIONS
  • NUMEROUS INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE TITLE WINS
  • ACRA CHAMPIONS 2013

Testimonials

  • I really like the new clip-in ShoePlate Pro QuickRelease – each rower can have a specific set of shoes that match their size and leg length.  Switching lineups daily and going from 8s to 4s or in a given practice making switches allows them to take their shoes with them

    Kevin Sauer

    NCAA Div 1 Winning Head Coach, UVA Women's Rowing
  • Division 1 collegiate racing has gotten so tight that every little advantage is important. For this reason I consider BAT Logic a must have piece of equipment.

    Bat Logic is standard equipment in our top racing boats. It allows us the flexibility to accommodate every athlete and maximize everyone’s ability.

    Will Porter

    Head Coach, Yale University Women's Rowing
  • “The ShoePlate Pro provided us with effective gains that we could take advantage of in racing. BAT Logic’s biomechanics analysis was very helpful in quantifying loading patterns.

    Using the output we were able to individualize land and water setups.”

    Steve Trapmore

    Cambridge Head Coach, Winning Boat 2012
  • It is not only a foot stretcher set-up; moreover it is the opportunity to fundamentally re-think the power application of the rowing stroke.

    BAT Logic stands for healthy bodies and fast boats.

    Frank Biller

    ACRA winning Director of Rowing Virginia Rowing Association
  • With my last test, not very tapered I may add, I shaved off 3 seconds. I think it did help to consistently train on very similar settings that were in the boat and the erg with the BAT Logic equipment.

    I also felt that it made squats in the weight room more translatable to power in the boat.

    Taylor Kendzierski

    US Collegiate Athlete