Dunderflipskiing is so much easier than aggro inline its a joke. i can 5 any jump at my hill, gladly disaster to flat, bomb top to bottom switch, have all my basic rail tricks dialed, swaps, 2s, and back 4 out. claim. ive been skating for two years now (and you can skate all year round. no off season.) and im still learning to lock a royale on a 1 foot tall ledge. i hit the lindsey gardens tennis court drop rail before they demoed it on skis and i have yet to hit a round rail on skates outside of a park. its so much harder to lock anything on skates, on skis you can slide around and fix your weight, on skates you have to hit it right from the start or youre coming off early. dont even get me started on wheel bite on ledges. i cant even stop on blades if im going faster than like 10 mph
That's crazy how you can do all that shit but you have a hard time on blades. Like I just said, I fall off rails and tubes way easier on skis, because on skis if you fall off early you have to deal with these long planks in front of you scraping off the rail but on skates you can just land early. Another way in which I feel like inline might be easier is that you can literally just go up to a ledge and stall on it in a grind position then approach it really slowly to try and learn the grind; on skis you kind of have to just send it and if you fall your skis get all tangled up on the rail and shit. Idk tho, I also said the features I'm trying on skis are bigger than those on blades. Not tryna downplay how hard aggressive can be but I feel like I'm a lot worse at skiing park. But then again,
I've spent many more days in the skatepark than in the terrain park.
In regards to stopping, you can t stop and aggressive skates are also super hard to hockey stop/inside edge stop on bc of the soulplates, you'll accidentially do a cess slide even on taller aggressive frames so yeah just gotta work on that.