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John Spriggs’ Season Edit Proves He Is NOT Done Skiing

After a tumultuous season involving everything from sponsor trouble to trouble with the law, John “Jah” Spriggs still managed to put together an all-time season edit featuring gratuitous amounts of pow skiing and some enormous booters. 

In his words: "Only if you have been in the deepest valley, can you ever know how magnificent it is to be on the highest mountain. Im going to keep on skiing and growing as a person!”

Wow, and amazing, and incredible,

  Would that I had the youth, the skills, and the cojones. God I would love to be able to do that.  Terry

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Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Colter Hinchliffe
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Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Colter Hinchliffe

Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Colter Hinchliffe

Colorado boy Colter Hinchliffe’s youthful enthusiasm in the mountains keeps him venturing deeper as each year goes by. Combining an eye for massively stylish freestyle hits with hard-charging big mountain skiing is his strong suit, and Colter left nothing behind on a spine and pillow hunting trip to the PNW alongside Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and KC Deane. The Völkl athlete joined his buddies for an unforgettable few days at North Cascade Heli, getting to know some of the most picturesque

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​Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Nick McNutt
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​Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Nick McNutt

​Stoke the Fire Athlete Edits: Nick McNutt

Things can change very quickly. That’s a lesson Nick McNutt learned the hard way, in an avalanche accident that nearly took his life in early 2020. But as someone who has centered their life on the mountains, McNutt knew he wanted nothing more than to return to skiing. As a member of the TGR family since 2013, Canadian skier McNutt has led a new generation of backcountry riders, gliding, floating, and defying gravity in all manner of terrain. This past season, while filming for Stoke the

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Some Tender, Saucy Street Skiing from The Bunch
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Some Tender, Saucy Street Skiing from The Bunch

Some Tender, Saucy Street Skiing from The Bunch

The mornings are getting colder, it's getting dark earlier, and winter will be here before we know it. But if you're still dreaming of all the downhill laps you're going to get in before the snow starts flying, take this as a sign. The Bunch is here to welcome us into the change of seasons and there's no better way to do it than with some tender street skiing. If it's not the jazzy tunes, it's sure to be the sweet, sweet flex of their skis on brick to get you in the perfect mood to rip pow.