Since we saw a lot of one-footers this past season, I predict and influx of no-footers. How they will be done remains to be seen, but perhaps handstands will come into play in some manner.
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more combos of untraditional tricks. two on to one foot then surface swap. presses into surface swaps. tailpress with a blunt grab and keep holding the blunt into a 270 out. 270 swap so you start sliding sideways and land in a one foot 5050 on actual rails and narrow boxes. side hits where you use the side of the lip to pop then 2 on to some kinda press. on a down flat down down rock into a blunt slide (like bdog) and grab double nose. or blind surface swap to nollie 4 out. i'm excited for things like that.
so many possibilities with rails, its really just gonna come down to individual trick selection and style, some people will still be on spin to win and others will do 1 footers and others will do presses and some will do a little of everything. rail skiing is really taking off in terms of how different people's trick selection and style is. look at will wesson, bdog, and compton, all are great rail skiers with totally different choices of tricks.