Vert [Oh-vuhrr-vuhrrt] noun: Short for vertical, vert is the ninety-degree face at the uppermost portion of a halfpipe or quarterpipe’s riding surface. Vert overtly exhibits the ideal properties to facilitate re-entry without airing out onto the deck or too far into the flats. Walls which are geometrically angled above ninety degrees are “over-vert” and those less than ninety degrees are “under-vert.”

 

 

 

Virgin [vur-jin] noun Fresh snow that has yet to be soiled or ravaged.