How To Boardslide 270 Out On A Snowboard (Regular)

How To Boardslide 270 Out On A Snowboard (Regular)


270’s out.
Start by jumping a front 3. Land blind and ride away. Now do this. Tailslide, 270. It’s
almost exactly the same with a box put in the middle. As you’re in the tailslide, keep
your body winding around and once you reach a maximum wound up position that’s when you
snap the 270 off the end. Land blind like a front 3 and ride away. Try it on the flat
ground with your board off, now try it while moving on a gentle slope. Once you can do
it easily every time, take it to a box and throw down. Remember to keep your base dead
flat. The reason we are doing this off of the tail is because it helps snap that 270
around easier and it looks a hell of a lot cooler. This is an easy trick once you master
the movements and it always looks rad. Front blunt 270’s. A frontside boardslide
with a 270 out. Watch me here, what trick am I doing? Back three. It’s an open landing
so I’m looking in my forwards direction. Now watch this. Front board 270. People call it
a frontboard Danish, frontboard bagel, or front blunt 270. It doesn’t matter as long
as you can do it. It’s similar to a back three. Wind up like a back three, jump to your tail
and look all the way around until your able to spot your landing. Now snap that 270 off
the end. The only reason we are doing it off the tail is because it’s easier.

Antonio Breitenberg

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4 thoughts on “How To Boardslide 270 Out On A Snowboard (Regular)

  1. L.A Beast Running Robot Dance says:

    Yaa! been wanting to know the real wayy ;D

  2. Reik says:

    Real good tutorial right there!

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