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03-21-2014 05:06 PM
Kenai At Solitude a couple weeks ago I watched a guy completely lay on the snow both front side and backside carving on some steep groomers. It was pretty awesome to watch. Of course, the angle he reached over his head and dragged his arm would have dislocated my shoulder in a second. (Edit: yep, the same as in the OP's video!)
03-21-2014 05:03 PM
Handbanana That looks fun. I'd love to give it a shot.
03-21-2014 05:01 PM
Argo I have seen way more carvers with hard boot setups this season than ever before. I run into 2-3 a day..... That's a ton compared to prior years.
03-21-2014 04:44 PM
wrathfuldeity looks fun, I'd def give it a go if equip'd

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03-21-2014 04:00 PM
Clayton Bigsby
Carving kicks ass

Makes me wish I'd never sold my hardshells and race board (PJ6), there's always xmas.

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