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lipslide: jumping on the rail from the tail side on first
lipslide 270: 270 on to a rail so that the tails are over the rail before the tip
tailslide: jumping on normally but sliding on your tail with your weight back
tailslide 270: same thing i think but with a 270 on
And switch tails on is just the opposite of switch lip, your tails go over the rail first. There is no such thing as regular tails on as that would just be regular lip. A tailslide/bluntslide is as described above and is not a way of getting on the rail but a way of sliding it
I appreciate the responses but i think I have confused you, I’m more referring to the way you get onto the rail. In slvsh games they may say “tails on” or whatever. If you could explain the different ways to get onto a rail that would help me massively
so basically what you refer to as "tail side" is something that can only be done whilst skiing in that way which is of the a backward or switch orientation so basically when you do the -tails- what is happening is that your skiing at the rail in a manner in which is so that your backwards and as your tails are going on to the rail you are on a side that is positioned so that your tails are the first part of the ski that will be hovering over the rail before you are making contact with your rail on the skis you are using whereas with switch lip side what is happening is basically that you are skiing in a way that is in the direction of the backwards way as well just like the way that you are doing with the -tails- but with what you are doing with -lip- is different in the way that is how you are getting on the rail and so what you are doing is that as you are approaching the rail that you are going to try to slide on top of what is happening is that as you come to it you are in a backwards manner and so as to get on to the rail your tips are going to move in a way which they go towards the rails as your tails are going to move farther away from it.