High Steppin’


In order to high-step march, Blue Band marchers must raise their thigh to be parallel with, extend their calf to be perpendicular to, and point the toe directly at the ground. This is in direct contrast to drum-corp marching styles. By using this style the Blue Band has a very visual effect. Photograph by Steve Manuel. 

“High Steppin'” is available in the following sizes: 8×12, 11×17,16×24, and 26×44.

Unframed images come in a white mat and shrink wrapped for protection. The unframed 26×44 comes rolled in a tube. Each framed image includes double mats, glass, and your choice of a black, mahogany, cherry, or walnut frame.  

***Please Note: Although we try to keep the Plak Mounts in stock they do sell quickly. If we are out, it does take 4-6 weeks for us to replenish our supply.***


Additional information

Weight N/A

8×12, 11×17, 16×24, 26×44

Framing Option

Unframed, Black, Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany, Plakmount