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sexyjulianBoxes -> Fat tubes -> skinnier tubes -> Flat rails -> downtubes -> down rails
DeadB2x4>down2x4>Boxes>Handrails>fat tubes>skinny tube>flat>downtube>downrail>
watch out for misinformation on this platfrom alot of people don't really know what they are talking about, 2x4s are def the most easy to learn on.
**This post was edited on Jan 25th 2022 at 1:12:42am
LogiI would be quite interested to see a clip of you skiing an icy 2x4 handrail. Also, just a little grammar tip: you can replace “most easy” with “easiest.” Sounds a lot better to the Gilson guys I know you’re trying to impress
DeadBWanna hop off my cock rocket u NOOB. 2x4 is the easiest to learn on.
I'll send u proof tomorrow okay nnoob.
LogiSounds good homie!
DeadBHandrail for sure, they are nice and skinny so you don't get all caught up on them and they are always slick.
You should try skiing on a nicely iced up 2x4 aswell those work really good for beginners. I learnt how to ski on a 2x4 when I was like 5. I'm 14 now and rip in the park, I'm surprised im not sponsoerd but thats only because im underground asf, Gilson already offered me a deal but I didnt wanna work with those faggots.
DeadBYou've never skied on a 2x4? thats weird thats kinda how anyone I know whos good learnt.