Trick Tip
Nollieflip Noseslide

A Nollie Flip Noseslide is not really one trick but a neat combination of two basics. A Nollie Kickflip and a Noseslide. As you’ve may have guessed already, you should have these two tricks on lock already.

With the Nollie Flip Noseslide on lock you’re quite far into business already and can progress alone from here on. That’s what Skateboarding is about: freedom, individuality and a good time on your board.

Learn here how to do a Nollie Flip Noseslide!

Nollie Flip Noseslide
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Nollie Flip Noseslide

Nollie Flip Noseslide
Sequence

Trick Tip Sequence: Nollie Flip Noseslide

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Nollie Flip Noseslide
Step by Step

Trick Tip Step By Step: Nollie Flip Noseslide

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1. Approach the ledge that is behind you almost parallel to it. The foot placement is the same as Nollie Kickflips.

Put your front foot on the middle of the nose and your back foot a bit slanted near the bolts of your back truck with your heels hanging off a bit in the nollie flip position.

2. Similar to Nollie Noseslides, try to pop high enough while flipping your board so the nose makes it above the ledge.

3. This is the point when you turn into the Noseslide. When your board has done the Kickflip rotation and the nose is above the ledge press it down with your frontleg and shift all your weight onto your front leg.

4. Have you come this far? If so the rest is just like a normal Noseslide.

At the end you push your board with the nose back into a straight rolling position and ride away.

5. You can also try to pop out off the ledge with a little pop movement with the nose of your board.

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What more can there be to learn? A lot actually but you should have understood how it works from here. Try out for yourself what combinations can be done and maybe after a while the Nollie Flip Noseslide won’t be the hardest trick you have on lock. Go out and roll!

Get some inspiration for new tricks with our trick tips for flat, transition and for curb and rail.