Originally Posted by david_z
Front/back on rail features only refers to the position of the feature relative to you, on the approach. If the feature is on your toeside, it's frontside. If it's heelside, then the trick is said to be backside
I feel like this isn't true. Hardways are a perfect example of this. You can approach with a rail heelside and hardway into a slide. That'll leave you with a frontside whatever. Lip, blunt, or board.
Am I wrong? I dunno I never really examine my tricks. I just do them.