In the late 1990’s few people were skiing big lines as aggressively as Jeremy Nobis. His racing pedigree allowed him to arc GS turns down steep AK faces in a way that no one had seen before. In this segment from TGR’s Harvest (1997) you can see the madman at work. *Note the old school J Nobis Dynastar skis (192cm 117/89/110).
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