In snowboarding also they don't have trucks and it's been a while since they call it bluntslides and noseblunt, and skiing is a new sport compare to skate and snow, so it's normal that there's new words for new tricks
For all you guys trying to post pictures of bluntslides, it is very difficult to tell if a trick is a bluntslide or tailslide with only a picture. A bluntslide is a regular on to tailpress. A tailslide is a lipslide to tailpress. By looking at a picture, you can't tell if something is a lipslide or not, therefore you cannot differentiate between a bluntslide and a tailslide in a picture.
There should be a "Tricktionary" on NS, like a section of the site dedicated to naming and describing all the grabs and tricks accurately and with pictures. It would help those who aren't sure, and explain things like the difference between a blunt slide and tailpress amongst other things.
I think it'd be a pretty cool thing atleast....
Sure theres bluntslides. Its similar and its a hell of a lot better than the stupid names skiers have given tricks. Ill take bluntslide even if its not quite a true blunt before ill hear k-fed and not gag.
there's a certain point where it neither looks good nor functions properly...that's when you know you look steezy - no_steeze
Well they should get pros who actually do the tricks to define them, it would be definitive so that everyone here can see what the people who really do dub cork 12s think instead of just your skimovie buff that knows every trick from a camera lens' perspective but can't do a 360 tail. I think it would be a good idea, people will argue over everything and anything anyway.
Salad grinds are raised feebles. Afaik, they were named after a guy who's last name was Dressen, since his last name sounded like dressing. They're kind of boring on coping, which is probably why they get a lot of hate, but they're pretty tricky on a rail.