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How To Boardslide And Lipslide On A Snowboard

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Part of a free video series, Balance Bar Basics: Practice your snowboarding off the snow, so you can be perfect on the snow.

How To Boardslides and Lipslides


Sideways Sliding

Sliding sideways is a key element to Boardslides and Lipslides. It is a totally different experience than sliding 50-50's or presses. Mastering sliding sideways is an essential step to unlocking loads of new tricks in the park. Here are some tips to help you master this technique

  • Come into the trick with your weight in the centre of your board.
  • When learning land 50-50 on a box, then transition to the boardslide position.
  • Bend in the knees and hips for better balance and stability.
  • When facing up the mountain, remember to look over your shoulder downhill.


Generally Boardslides are learned after a shredder masters 50-50's and presses. After you learn this trick, you will have lots of fun mixing up the different boardslide variations in different ways.


A Lipslide is almost identical to a Boardslide in form. The difference is that the board will go over the rail before you start sliding. It's slightly more difficult, but is a great way to style it up in the park. After learning Boardslides, if you're struggling to learn Lipslides, try this tip.

  • Practice Jumping all the way over the rail a few times before trying a lipslide. This will help you get a feel for the feature.

Boardslides and Lipslides are a great addition to a shredders arsenal of tricks! 

    View Balance Bar Basics: How to Boardslide and Lipslide on a Snowboard


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