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12-22-2010 07:49 AM
fredv1 Thanks guys! It snowed here in Ireland so I was able to do them off my heel edge, I will have to try the toe edge spin at some stage though! Hope it goes well hahah
12-21-2010 03:28 PM
Extremo It's the same carve technique as a backside spin just when you get on your toes up the lip you spin frontside.
12-20-2010 05:51 PM
fredv1
fronside 3's toe edge

Hey guys,

I'm new to this forum so hey!
I thought id post asking some of you guys about frontside 3's of the toe edge! I am able to do them off my heel edge by using a carve to start the spin, but this is where i need help, see I snowboard on a dry slope most of the time and carving up ramps just doesn't work, so i want to learn to do them off my toe edge! Any tips for doing this? is it much harder? any dangers involved haha? also falling on dry slopes hurt a lot so it scares me.

Thanks

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