I have done it, I have found the ultimate trampoline ski... It's the ski from a nordic track! Swear to god, all you need to do is either duct tape a pair of shoes to them or you can go the high class way and screw a pair of shoes into the wood and there you have it, the ultimate trampoline ski!
i wanna see some pictures or something...
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some guy:'boostin wicked air, spinnin sweet moves, and tweakin the fuck out of it---thats a pissah run in my books'
heres a tip guys form my many pairs of tramp skis: 1. soft skis lick ass, you have to use all your energy to bounce even like 4 feet off the tramp.
2. stiff skis are wicked, i got double bounced and went about 10 feet high, but then they snapped in half. so in conclusion there is no right way to make good tramp skis which will last.
well here s what I did....I took a skate board and sawed it in half right down the middle, then taped, tied, and stapled it to some old shoes! I know because of the leght it's kinda like ski boards....but now I can jump high enough to do rodeo 5 saftys!!!!
I use cardboard skis that I made, reinforced with ductape to keep them from bending all that much. Then get velcro straps and put two on each...then jump with socks. Works REALLY well to practice x's and grabs...plus they are SUPER light so you don't even notice...
try your feet...its pretty fun
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uhh, all of you are a bunch of wankers. can any of you think at all. useing real skis is idiotic. you cant get any air with them and they snap in half. What i did was take some card board and cut it to length and width. whatever length and width you want. mine are like 170's and as wide as dynastar concepts. then take like nine gauge wire and cut about 4-5 peices of that to the length of each ski. sandwich the wire between the cardboard and then ductape the hell out of them. tape some shoes in the center and your ready to go. this way the weight of skis is realistic, you can bounce high and when you fall the skis break instead of your legs. all in all they cost like 5 bucks to make. sorry if this is too complex for some of you dunderheads but your dueschbag ideas were pissing me off.
hey tremplant ripper, go fist yourself you little taint licking bitch. and that other dude know what up. yeah i use the skis to simulate stuff more precicely. unless you use sled dogs than your feet arn't as true to what you do in the winter. slut
I use my snow skate on tramps. It so awesome for doing kick tricks and grabs. I guess you could use just a regular skateboard deck minus the trucks too. Go and try it, I can do so many awesome moves! ________________________
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hey rob k, why the fuck are you making a big deal out of this, wtf, i made a simple comment, sorry i dont share the same opinions as you do, you better go whine to your parents about how some bad man on the internet insulted your little carboard skis idea, youre such an all-star its unbelieveable
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the skate deck thing works alright...but make sure you dont land in the middle of the board...just like skating...cuz it will break
'thinking about what we would do with bread before it was sliced' lisa
here's what I've been planning on doing. I tried it once, but I need to make them again:
I took some fairly stiff rubber tubing and cut it in half (it was like 1 meter long or so) down the length. I duct taped this to some old shoes. This way, when you bounce on the tramp they can fold up so you can still go down on the tramp, but they can't bend down cause of the curvature of the tubing. It's works great for working on grabs and spins, but not flips.
Word up to all the subie owners out there!
that is true, but think of it this way, dial the trick on the tramp without weight...then when you do it on skis, throw it the exact same way, because most of the time (at least for me) I am going way bigger on skis than on a tramp...unless you get double bounced or have a sick training tramp...so then it all evens itself out in the end.