So what is the difference between backside and blindside? Not much, it's just that frontside doesn't have a cool-sounding synonym. Which leads me to another note on the same subject. There are certain athletes in this sport who choose to throw out all sense of established guidelines when naming tricks. If you choose to land a trick without passing the handle looking as if you are trying to shove the handle up your ass that does not mean that you are landing blind. That means you are not quite proficient enough at that move to pass the handle again and make it look good. So if you do a 720 off the wake and stomp it like Greg Necrason, passing the handle to your front hand, that's a 720. It is also called a 720 if you neglect to make the final handle pass and land as if you are playing twister with the Village People, not a 720 to blind. The only thing I can think of that would resemble a 720 to blind is a backside 900, in which case it would be called a backside 900, which to date has not been done. This makes perfect sense if you follow the established guidelines of trick naming because a tantrum to blind is a tantrum with a blind 180, similarly a back roll to blind is a backroll with a blind 180. Thank you for your support.