No bag of legde tricks is complete without the ever-important nollie crooked grind and here to break it all down for you is Supra Am Nick Tucker. As Nick says, this one is all about proper foot placement. Keep that front foot in the pocket that's closest to the ledge and keep the back foot in the nollie position—with the toes hanging slightly off the edge of the board opposite the ledge. From there it's all about the balance and the push. Keep the weight on the front foot, grind till the end and come out with a little nollie pop for added style points. Learn it and love it cause this one's important.