Brian Barneclo, 1989.
You don’t see one of these in the wild very often; backside no-comply at Osco.
Here is the definition from Wikipedia:
The front foot slides off the side of the board. With the body weight on the back foot over the tail, the board ‘snaps’ up and can be guided with the back leg/knee. To ride away the skater jumps with his/her front foot back on. The No-Comply was commonly used by street skaters in the mid to late 80’s, most commonly being done off parking blocks.