June 9th, 2011 by alliancewakeskate
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Nick Taylor sessions the winch spot deemed “Pandora”. Your options for lines are infinite at this spot down under. Talk about dream wakeskate winch spot….

Video courtesy of O’Neill.

Nick Taylor sessions the winch spot deemed “Pandora”. Your options for lines are infinite at this spot down under. Talk about dream wakeskate winch spot….
Video courtesy of O’Neill.

18 Responses to “Nick Taylor Opens Pandora’s Box”

  1. rider Says:

    all the possibilities

     
  2. Steven Says:

    Truly one of the best in the world. Makes it look so easy… That ledge he was sliding on was so insane- if you messed up and went over the side you would be out for a year in a body cast.

    That 50-50 was the most skateboarder looking trick I’ve seen in awhile. Pure awesomeness

     
  3. Steven Nason Says:

    where is it?? looks like its built for winching….

     
  4. BOSESOUND Says:

    ledge with flashes in the evening has cover potential

     
  5. Tex Says:

    All I wanted to do was backlip that spot but there was no water in the landing when we were there. So sick. Nice work Nick!!!!!

     
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  7. yup Says:

    back 50 50! sikk

     
  8. Awake Says:

    lip 27 out sick

     
  9. josh l Says:

    wow. total annihilation you bad mofo.

     
  10. stuooz Says:

    Glad to see my footage was put to good use :)

     
  11. Midwest Says:

    damn, that was rad.

     
  12. Kyle Says:

    Sweet merciful crap…

     
  13. The Liquid Playground Says:

    So smooth Nick! Killing it!

     
  14. Mateo Tornado Says:

    where is this spot???? i am in oz right now, i want to sesh it!!

     
  15. David Says:

    sickkest spot ever! insane!

     
  16. Stuooz Says:

    Its here in Sydney Mateo

     
  17. Corinna Loendorf Says:

    Regards for all your efforts that you have put in this. Very interesting info.

     
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