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What is vertical aggressive inline skating?


Definition: The term vertical skating is used to describe the aggressive skating style that uses the 90-degree riding surface of a ramp, pool, wall, half pipe or quarter pipe for executing tricks and stunts. These surfaces usually rise up around 8 to 12 feet high, and aggressive skaters use these vertical surfaces to get airborne for aerial stunts.
Also Known As: Vert Skating

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