Used to say something such as a skiers style, or a particular trick, were visually appealing or "steezy". "Steeze" is a portmanteau of "style" and "ease".
:Example: "Man, that flip you did was steezy" or "You have killer steeze"
A common complaint in the ski community when a competition is won by performing more difficult tricks, with less emphasis on style or perfection
Someone who has exaggerated the magnitude of a freeskiing accomplishment. For example if someone skied off a 20 foot cliff, and said it was 30 feet, they would be "sandbagging"
A derogatory term used to say something was not visually appealing
"Can you tell me how to get to chad's gap?"
A phrase used by newschool skiers to identify each other on or off the ski hill
A derogatory term used for inexperienced skiers with little knowledge of ski etiquette or culture
Cool Story Hansel
A largely antiquated term used by newschoolers to inform another skier that they don't really care what they have to say.
An effortless looking and balanced landing
Two or more skiers hitting a single jump at or near the same time so that at least two people are airborne at the same time.
Someone doing a trick on a smaller jump than is usual for the trick ("He hucked a 1080 on that tiny jump") OR someone attempting a trick with a large amount of uncertainty success ("She had never tried a rodeo before but she just hucked it")
A spin trick, where the skier spins so many degrees, that the number exceeds the year (To successfully land a future spin at this day in age, a skier would have to spin 2013 degrees or more (closest land-able rotation would be 2160 degrees).
Similar to "stomping" a trick, this is when, after landing a trick, the skier non-chalantly absorbs the impact (legs loose but close together, arms relatively stiff, typically one hand in front and one in back though they are not restricted to these locations) while leaning back and proceeds to ski away in this reclined position. The emphasis is again to appear to have exerted little effort at all regardless of the difficulty of the trick; the body language must appear natural and untensioned, lazy even.
"This made me imagine Dollo pounding some fine swedish ass with his goggles on backwards, shouting "arf arf!" every thrust" - DIX~$
I'm pretty sure this isn't fact checked or anything...
"Newschoolers.com is the largest online freeskiing community. There are hundreds of thousands of members and besides a few members (such as Ar6Rider and Cirillo) they are enthusiatic members of the freeskiing community. Chicken is the smartest member on newschoolers.com."
A spin trick, where the skier spins so many degrees, that the number exceeds the year (To successfully land a future spin at this day in age, a skier would have to spin 2013 degrees or more (closest land-able rotation would be 2160 degrees)."
-i dont think this is a thing