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Jackson Hole “Pow"nded

Editor's Note: This footage, all taken POV by Owen Leeper during the 2013/2014 season well showcases why in-bounds at Jackson Hole often trumps your backcountry stash. In the edit, Leeper nonchalantly crushes some of the stoutest terrain at Jackson Hole, including a huge frontflip off Fat Bastard, a Corbet's back, the smoothest SnS ever, and generous face shots to boot!

Owen Leeper launching cliffs, 70 foot frontflip off Fat Bastard, backflip into Corbet's, SnS, straightlines and skiing powder. All filmed on lift accessed terrain from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. 2013/2014 season.

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