Trick Tip
FS Noseslide

While BS Noseslides are quite easy to learn, the Frontside Noseslide is a rather difficult slide but very stylish at the same time.

For a Frontside Noseslide you should already have Frontside Boardslides on lock to get the feeling of the movement and for Frontside Slides in general.

Learn here how to do a FS Noseslide!

FS Noseslide
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FS Noseslide

FS Noseslide
Sequence

Trick Tip Sequence: FS Noseslide

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FS Noseslide
Step by Step

Trick Tip Step By Step: FS Noseslide

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1. Approach the ledge almost parallel while you put your feet in an Ollie position and ollie up towards the ledge.

2. To get your nose on the ledge you have to do half a Backside 180 Ollie, so a backside 90 degree Ollie.

Aim with your nose onto the ledge and shift all your weight on it once you locked in.

3. It’s important to lock the nose at exactly 90 degrees otherwise you might get stuck.

4. At the end, push your board with the nose forward back into a straight riding position.

5. You can also try to pop out off the side of the ledge by popping the nose a bit and turning the board with your shoulders and your back leg.

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It’s a long way to achieve a clean and smooth FS Noseslide. But once mastered, this is a real crowd pleaser. BS Tailslides are hard as well, but so nice! Go for them next!

If you want to learn some more slides and grinds, just check out our trick tips for curb and rail. Not in the mood for that? No problem, head over to our trick tips for flat and transition.

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