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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 10:14 PM Thread Starter
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A different kind of snowboarding...

the Powsurf guys updated another video riding some bigger stuff (for them) up in the Logan, UT area. I continue to be impressed with the things they can do without any bindings.

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First time I seen that, pretty amazing! Falling would most defiantly suck ass.
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Yeah, it's fucking rad huh?!

The Provo Brothers take a big part in this, plus one of them is a skier! Makes it even more awesome.

Living in salt lake and riding around here, they are probably my biggest inspiration for riding. Check out there sites/fb/blogs - Ian and Neil Provo.

They are amazing, they tear apart our backcountry.


edit: although i would have a very hard time accessing that kind of terrain they do and NOT bring my snowboard...
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thats so freaking bad ass! i wonder if the skier would try that with skis w/o bindings and just a leash

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Damn that looks fun/hard. It must be like learning to ride all over again!
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very cool footage that was for sure !!!

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-15-2012, 10:28 AM
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Cool, but I'm just having too much fun snowboarding the regular way.


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