watch right as he takes off, he looks down under his left shoulder. if it was a cork he would throw it up over his left shoulder. and if it was d spin it would be a cork but completely inverted feet over head.
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nollie 90 into misty? I think he is just carving it super hard, than is so stylish he stays inverted a little longer. Also, his style is unfathomable, so maybe his tricks just defy our linear interpretations.
Looks like a really nice nollie misty 7 to be honest.
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It's a nose-butter D spin 7. It looks weird because he's grabbing behind his boot rather than grabbing mute etc in front of his boot, but the body angle and the angle of the skis shows that he goes off axis towards a cork then keeps going til he's inverted.
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