50-50 [fihf-tee fihf-tee] noun: When a snowboard is ridden on top of, and parallel to, the obstacle one is jibbing. A skateboarding term for locking both trucks onto a rail.

 

 

 

Backside 50-50 [bak-sid fihf-tee  fihf-tee] noun: A 50-50 in which the rail is on the rider’s heel-edge side as they approach and ollie on.

 

 

 

Frontside 50-50 [fruhnt-sid fihf-tee fihf-tee] noun: A 50-50 in which the rail is on the rider’s toe-edge side as they approach and ollie on.

 

 

 

180 On [wun-aitee on]noun: Rotating a full 180˚ in any direction before landing on a jib feature. Backside and frontside are the most common 180˚ spins.

 

 

 

180 Off [wun-aitee off] noun: Rotating a full 180˚ in any direction before coming off of a jib feature.

 

 

 

270 On [tu-sev-in-tee on] noun: Rotating a full 270˚ in any direction before landing on a jib feature.

 

 

 

270 Off [tu-sev-in-tee off] noun: Rotating a full 270˚ in any direction before coming off of a jib feature.