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A View into a Rogue Alaskan Down Day in VR 360

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Take a look at what went on behind the scenes of TGR's newest film, Rogue Elements, in this immersive 360 VR experience. Follow Johnny Collinson, Angel Collinson, Nick McNutt, and Sam Smoothy as they travel by fishing boat along the frigid coastline of Alaska. One thing is certain: it’s never a boring time with the TGR crew. Even when they're not jumping out of helicopters, they still enjoy skimming across the surface of the ocean and even bring some fireworks to spice things up.

Experience a down day with some of the best ski athletes in the world in this 360 VR video. Be sure to watch the trailer for Rogue Elements and check out a tour stop near you.

Rogue Elements is presented by REI

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