One benefit the the epically thin season that we are having thus far this year is that the features at Snowbird are way larger than they normally would be at this point in the season. Cliffs that were 10 footers last March are currently still going at 30+ feet. The low tide out there has it looking like November still as far as what is “in” and what is “out.” For example The High Speed Double and Femur Rock were nothing by this time last season and are super sketchy right now. Gavin Smith has been taking advantage of our unique situation this year by sending some standard moves in interesting new way. Keep up the good work man!
– Boosting into Jaws 0:07
– Singling the Hanging Bowl Double 0:32
– A Super GNAR left hand exit from the Flux Capacitor 0:44
– Standard Flux Capacitor 1:35