The intro to his segment is awesome, a bunch of interviews with random people on the streets talking shit about how Tommy can't ski. Suckers, Tommy throws down. The guy's got skills: double backs, 900s, 720s. The end credits are chill as well.
All his spins are off-axis and stylish, at the end of the segment he throws a switch 1080, which is pretty dope. Anybody doing it better than Sammy Carlson? We think not.
Any ski segment that features a brewery tour has got to be good. Lots of lifestyle footage of Tom, shows him out mucklin' this beast of a jeep, jumping his snowmoble, and taking off in his '68 Camero. He skies all backcountry. Also, hear Tom's thoughts on one of the gnarliest crashes you will ever see.
Huge spins and grinds from these guys. Dylan lands a 540 over a massive gap. One of the Peters brothers throws a massive 1080.
With names like this, you know what you're getting. These guys are some of the best in the business when it comes to wild, untamed backcountry goodness. Big turns. Big skiing.
This guy goes super big, grabs almost everything and just destroys the rails. Throws a huge 720 off a kicker and a super-stylie off-axis 540 over a river gap. At the end of the segment he rides this homeless guy's scooter thing around, which is pretty funny.
Jamie opens his segment with some road gap madness. If you know anything about skiing, you know Pierre always makes his segments count.
Seth starts out in Canada building and hitting up some kickers out in the backcountry, throwing some real big spins. A little travel is thrown in, as the Rage crew heads to Zurich. Warner styles out the backcountry like it was smooth Swiss butter.
Jamie flips the script a bit by throwing in some wake footage but her segment really picks up when she busts up some backcountry, skiing some huge lines. She also takes a big spill which sends her into some serious tomahawking.
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