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    snowboarding jargon

    in snowboarding what are:
    a stock trick (i think it's a regular feasible trick).
    and a feature in that context:
    "Instead of like, trying to do the gnarliest trick on a normal feature, try and do more of a stock trick on a gnarly feature"
    i guess a "feature" is just a crevasse, a pipe or another stretch of land you can make a trick on but i want to be sure.
    thanks in advance for answers:)

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    Re: snowboarding jargon

    In ordinary English, 'stock' means ordinary or unexceptional, which would seem to apply here.

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