How To Super Nollie On A Fingerboard

Similar to the super ollie, the super nollie adds flare to your nollies by landing in a tail manual.

A super nollie is the same as popping a nollie, but you land on the two rear wheels and ride out in a tail manual.  Achieve this by sliding both fingers backward, rather than just your back (middle) finger.

Read the step by step guide below to learn how to add extra style to your ollies.

Step 1: Finger Positioning

Finger positioning is going to be the same as a nollie.  Middle (back) finger somewhere in the middle of the deck, and index (front) finger over the tail.

Step 2: Popping The Trick

Pop a nollie as you would normally, using your index finger to snap the tail down.

Step 3: Catching The Board And Landing

This is where the trick differs from a regular nollie.  Instead of just sliding your middle finger up and leveling your hand out, slide both fingers backward so that you will land with your middle finger on the tail and your index finger somewhere between the middle of the deck and the front bolts.

Continue the arc of the nollie with your hand, don’t stop it once the board is level.  Keep following the arc so that your middle finger comes down first.  Put pressure on the tail so that the front wheels don’t touch the ground, and ride out in a tail manual.

Final Thoughts

As with the super ollie, practice just doing tail manuals to improve your super nollie.  Practice adjusting your index finger positioning mid-manual as well.  This will help you ride away more often.

How to Nollie:

How to Tail Manual: