Super slow motion crack nollie (chinese nollie)





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Published on Oct 4, 2008

A crack nollie filmed with a Casio EX-F1 at 300 frames per second. You can actually see the board vibrate when it's in the air.

A lot of people seem to think this is fake or just don't understand how it's done. You need a crack in the sidewalk to do it, where one side is raised up a little higher than the other. Just before you hit the crack, do a little nose manual then shove your board forward into the crack and jump at the same time. When your front wheels hit the crack, the board will pop off the ground. It's as simple as that. You just need to find a good crack to do it on - not too big and not too small.

Comments • 91

Faux olly = Folly Thought it was good CGI until I saw the side view, immediately made sense.
There's so many fucking cracks on the sidewalks where i live...
@SenorGuapoPoopyPants Chinese nawrry
Actually, there really easy there the first trick i do every day. Just get comfortable at regular nollies then these are really easy and they then get your regular nollie better and I've seen your vids your 10 times better than me.
Jesse Foster
how do you get yours so high? 
Jack Simpsn
Chinese norrie
nice timeing
john esty
its called SHOE GLUE
Rasmus Stokholm
Isn't it just a nose bump? 
Nikhil Patel
wth side view ur went off the crack? it like gave you an extra boost or something 
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