You may have read our review of Defenders of Awesome 2, or perhaps you skipped it. But we said that they could have benefited more from pushing up some of their hungry unknown riders. This edit is proof of their talent. Watch the Northwest regional team destroy their natural terrain.
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Louis Labertrande seems to ahve done it all in his 2014 seasonal recap. From urban, to a few pow slashes, and then destroying kickers with breathtaking back drops.
The filming might be shaky, the editing might be raw, but this is what pure unbridled raw talent looks like. Here’s the future people.
Johan Rosén knows how to put together a full season edit. Whether he’s slashing the dry fluffy powder of British Columbia or sliding sideways on some rails, he gets the job done.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Colorado backcountry then you should know it is some of the deadliest snow pack in all of North America. Jordan Zdanek braved it this past winter to put together a season edit that shows that Colorado is more than big booters and pristine parks.
Canadian Cody Shepard went from the parks of Whistler to the streets with a hodge-podge of clips he stacked all season. Enjoy this well rounded riders season edit.
If there’s snow you have to shred it. Jordan DeMoss put in some work on Mt. Bachelors terrain park and took it to the streets when he could. Check out his season edit below.
Matt Wanbon moved to Whistler and was able to find and film on some urban rails inside British Columbia, Canada. Now if only people would inform every kid that takes inspiration from E-Man that rolling their pant legs up looks stupid the world would be a better place.
When you do a season edit there is only one objective; get it done. Brodey Wolfe sends it in his season edit and it does not disappoint.
This short and sweet season edit from MJ Arsenault shows how to get it done in the streets. Kids take notes, old guys just watch in awe.