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Ian Chandler hittin a frontside
Ian Chandler hittin a frontside

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Sep 1, 2004 broox

That's a pretty friggin tall rail. Big ups dude.

Sep 1, 2004 Curtinator

Derek, HSL ever sell Soap Shoe's in Canada? And Nice Grind Ian Chandler

Sep 2, 2004 Namlhof

Meh. I can't just that high :P Or atleast not with Soap Shoes. I've decided to practice everyday though. Unfortunetly it will be raining for a while. All in all, nice picture. I've wondered how people approach and follow through with a rail that high >_

Sep 2, 2004 Mart

Tall? Looks like standard UK height for a handicap rail

Sep 2, 2004 AleX

i think the way hes bent over and split legged makes the rail look taller instead of making him shorter. check the lady walking down the opposite side of the walkway in the top right

Sep 3, 2004 Smokey

Doesn't look tall to me.. I'm not really liking your style too much... You should try standing up a little straighter and not have your feet so far apart.

May 10, 2006 Surfaced

Sweet location.

Jan 22, 2007 AnthoFlex

I like this picture, the hieght of the rail...and how people eating in the backround are getting a little treat of what Soapshoes can do....

What is kinda ehh about the pic is his feet being sooo far apart.

I was looking at Ryan's last comment of trhe footing and i agree....but if i look closer, it would seem that he either JUST jumped on the rail, or hes JUST about to get off

So i dunno..... i'll let a pro comment on this

Sweet rail either way

Jan 22, 2007 SonicSoaper

I wouldn't know much about the style but I like how it looks like he's lifting a weight with his back.

Jan 28, 2007 pahngyauh13

Hey Guys- I hit this a LOOOOONG time ago in San Francisco- Pier 49... Good call about either just having jumped onto the rail or just about to come off- I had just gotten on it was a smooth ride down the rail because of the paint... Also, the style has always been a bit laaghable to me, but when you're going down handrails you don't really have too much time to say "hmmm, should I pose for the camera, or just try not to fall and break something?" Cheers, Ian

Jan 28, 2007 AnthoFlex

No problemo dude, im in favor of the rail vs the grind anyday

Jan 28, 2007 SonicSoaper

Same here. Don't look down.

Oct 28, 2008 IceMan

Nice one man

Feb 26, 2012 zelda