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do you actually have any idea how much air you need to do tripples?
the Aerials guys go like 50 feet straight up..
all this shit is just history repeating it self..
ie. this video tripple twisting quad of a jump
the only difference is the rotation and the fact that he isnt grabbing..
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this video has been posted many times before I dont really care.
Tripples arent my thing.. but saying that I tihnk some dubs are amazing.
and yes i think tripples are a natural progression..
but there is nothing new about them.. people have been doing them for years..
this is just history repeating it self...but this time its of axis and with a touch of the ski..
still sick.. but there are limits .. the amount of snow needed to build a jump to do tripples is outrageous.. you preety much need an aerial site. or a fukin 100 foot + step over..
the amount of money that costs means that it wont happen to often. people will land tripples in the next year. maybe even they already have..
but its very hard to make a tripple look good unless your going soo big thta igf you fall your just gona disintergrate.
but i guess if any one can do it its bobby brown.. I still dont think it will become a common thing though.