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Nick McNutt Likes to Land Switch

In 2013 Nick McNutt entered TGR’s Co-Lab competition. Skiing out of his hometown of Whistler, British Columbia his smooth buttery style, switch landings, and easygoing persona caught the eyes of the TGR team. Although, he would eventually fall short of winning the $100,000 grand prize McNutt felt like the right addition to the TGR crew. So this year when deciding whom we were going to film for our new ski film, Almost Ablaze, Nick McNutt was the easy and natural choice.

He joined the production crew in Jackson Hole and Revelstoke to film for the new flick. Nick earned his stripes, showing why he deserves a place alongside seasoned TGR athletes Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Tim Durtschi. We are stoked for the world to see his segment this fall in the film. To introduce you to Nick we are sharing his original Co-Lab edit. If you enjoy what you see be sure to check out Nick McNutt this fall in Almost Ablaze.

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Candide Thovex Releases Another One-Minute Video of Banger Action
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Candide Thovex Releases Another One-Minute Video of Banger Action

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Candide Thovex keeps releasing these short insta-bangers that the Internet will keep collectively freak out about. Candide Thovex is the GOAT (greatest of all time). Every edit he drops is pure, unadulterated entertainment. This is no exception.

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East Coast Backcountry Skiing Can Get Pretty Gnarly
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Stop What You’re Doing and Watch Cody Cirillo’s new Edit
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Some skiers are smoother than others. Freestyle phenom Cody Cirillo is on the higher end of that smooth spectrum. For. Sure. His spins look so insanely effortless and watching him ski just leaves me feeling excited about the sport. How 'bout you?