We might not have seen as much of Joss Christensen since he won Olympic gold in Slopestyle at Sochi, but that's not because he's given up on skiing. In fact, he's been busy working on one of the coolest websites to grace the ski world in a while: SLVSH. In addition to sharing ski edits like this, SLVSH produces videos that are essentially the ski equivalent of a game of S.K.A.T.E. or P.I.G, in which skiers go trick-for-trick. Joss has taken the well-established format and pushed it to a new level by bringing the world's best park skiers together for annual tournaments. Unlike most other competitions, SLVSH games encourage creativity and progression, making them (in our opinion) far more entertaining than a big-air comp featuring dozens of slight variations on the triple-whatever-rotation-and-grab-we're-all-doing-this-year.
Joss might be more focused on producing content than starring in it, but this Hood edit makes it abundantly clear that he's still got it. His rail game is locked, and his corks are well and truly corked. We're running a tight ship here, guys.