Frontside Shuvit 180

Tips by Ong Kian San
Video : Daniel Grant
Photo : Farnaim Yasin

Basically the same as the BS Shuvit, but here the rotation of the board starts in front of you rather than behind you. However, your feet position should be a mirror image of that for the BS Shuvit (i.e. front toe and back heel closer to the respective edges). Because this rotation tends to be a little more awkward than a BS Shuvit, it helps to start the trick as if you were doing a FS Ollie 180. But instead of switching your feet around, kick the board around with your back heel, watch the rotation, and catch the board to land as you would for the BS Shuvit.

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