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VizualI would chose summer setup, because I am perfectly content with my jump game, but I am not very fond of my rail skills. If you do make a summer setup, make it the best possible setup.
VizualWhich do you want to progress on more rails, or jumps?
I am lucky enough to have both(I paid for both), but if I was forced with this decision, I would chose summer setup, because I am perfectly content with my jump game, but I am not very fond of my rail skills. If you do make a summer setup, make it the best possible setup.
Mr.noodleThat's what I was leaning towards too, last season I was more of a jumps guy but I progressed a ton in rails this season
iantheunderdogWhy Not Both... my setup costed about 80$ and works great. wood/screws/a drill/Lattice /turf and a good plan and your set. Get a cheap tramp on craigslist or something.
T-VanSummer setups can be quite frustrating , but help your railgame alot , i personally wouldnt like to miss neither , just can be nice to have a lil warm up sesh on your tramp and then hit the summer setup the rest of the say . I payed about 80€ for my summersetup , so if you can find some space , get both , if you cant get a summer setup and hit your friends tramps. Also be sure to build your summer setup 2,5m+ if you have enough space and plan to use construction fence! Good luck
MocksFootedThinking about building one soon. What did you find to be most frustrating about it?
XWXAlso this was my setup in hs.
Mr.noodleWhat material did you use for the drop in?
BabyRoyI'd get a tramp. Summer setup will get boring and tiring and trampolines are more fun in my opinion. There is also way more tricks to do on tramp then on a little flat rail.
SteezOnSkis12These were exactly my thoughts... +1 on this
Saga_Fireman-k because you're homosexual
CoreyTrevorWell if your friends have trampolines, summer set up I guess. I only say that because you don't mention inline. Get some blades, branch out. Landing with long ass skis is a lot easier than rollerblades, there is a lot more room for slop on skis than rollerblades that are only a foot long.
I wish I would have grown up with a trampoline though. I'm a jump guy though, but having body awareness in air would be so key
Saga_Firemanlol me again you fucking gaper and I will come to your freshman tutorial and beat your ass
Mr.noodleme and all my friends got really into inline last year but now we all feel like it's boring and not very fun