Grab the right ski under the boot with your right hand, while the skis are uncrossed. Put your right hand under the right knee and grab the left ski under the boot, uncrossed. Lift your knees and reach to grab the outer edge. Grab the the inside edge of the ski closer to the tip with your opposite hand.
What is a mute grab?
The mute grab, which involves a rider using their front hand to grab the toe side of the skateboard between the rider’s feet as they turn backside, is being changed to the “Weddle Grab” in the upcoming remaster of Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 and 2.
What is a Japan grab on skis?
The Japan grab was adopted (stolen) from snowboarding, which stole it from skateboarding, as is the way with most of the classic ski grabs these days. It is done by reaching your right hand behind your right knee and grabbing the inside edge of the left ski behind the boot (or vice versa, left hand to right ski).
What is a Japan grab?
Harrison Gordon showing how to do a proper japan grab. Front hand wraps around the front leg and grabs toe edge between the bindings. Knees are bent folding legs backwards toward the board. Knees are fully bent, pulling up and back on the grab.
What is a melon grab?
A Melon is where you grab your heelside edge (between your feet) with your front hand. It’s similar to the Stalefish grab but with the front hand.