Dan compiled shots from all of his homies around the world and threw in some classic scenes from your favorite Christmas movies. “Why the hell you dressed like a chicken?” Merry Clipsmas from Arsenic <3.
“The Canadian border made me pay $200 to enter for 1 night after flying from Oregon. They weren’t impressed with my criminal record!” Winner of Zootspace’s “only ski video worth watching this year”- New England pride is up on Slivush along with the Joe-Joe interview.
Crack Jack’s summer video from the #swissvolcano has some great lines.
This Burrito Boi clip is actuallythe last thing from the volcano that will be posted this year. Jk it just snowed there and Tommy Two Timer is spending the winter in Govy so the Mt.Hood content will be constant for the existence of this website.
For years skiers have taken inspiration from other action sports (surfing, skating, snowboarding). People have even gone as far as to not like certain skiing because they think it’s taking to much inpsiration from skating and/or snowboarding. There’s an article on yobeat that discusses an “action sports chain of command” diagram. Basically, a line of action sports that take inspiration/are cooler than others. The chain only goes one way, insinuating higher sports on the chain don’t take inspiration from lower sports. Spoiler, the only things below skiing are roller blading and wake skating. In a recent interview with @mikearnolddeluxe (one of my favorite skaters) he mentions how he stopped watching skating all together at one point. He says watching skiing was what brought him to do one of the first ever 450s out on a skateboard. I was on instagram today and saw he posted this picture of a4 on his story.
On that note, A4 also had some shots in the new sangwich video, including a fish eye angle of the bounce flip :0. The link skips to where 40’s shots start but I recommend watching the whole thing.
The chain of command as perceived by yobeat doesn’t really have much relevance, rockstars are above skaters and wakeboarding is on the same plane as skiing? However the point is that there is no chain of inspiration in action sports, it’s more of a #inspirationcircle.