Connor Gyson goes for a switch lip on the elbow rail. Purrrrfect. Video by Mia Lambson.
Tagged as: bet you can't, brighton resort, utah style
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…see the video
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don’t you have to get your back binding all the way over the rail for it to be a lip?
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Needs more danger
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this was fuckin stupid, its supposed to be a hard trick, couldve at least done it between the feet
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he should have probably done an actual switch lip, brought it back to switch and not spun out like a 5 year old
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nice switch front tail 270 out.
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if you rode at brighton you would know how hard that Milli is…. let alone approach it switch
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these videos piss me off
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Isn’t he on TapOut snowboard team?
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DAMN DAT WAS COO DUBBLE ANGLE DAT CHICK IZ GO0D AT FILMN BUT REALLY HOW U G0NNÅ HATE ON DA STYLE?? HE JUS PISSED a SWITCH LIP IN YA MOMS TAINT. UZ STUPIT IF U DUNNO DAT DIS FOOL IZ CHILL.
SMOKE WEED BITCH
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bet you won’t change the name of this series to bet you can…
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youre all fucking retarded faggots. there are no trucks on a snowboard. having your board centered vs. under a binding only makes tricks marginally harder. stop trying to differentiate between “switch tail” and “switch lip”. centered vs. under a binding is a style choice. and on that note, under a binding is gay as fuk LOL.
ps. blunts exist
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