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Sammy C’s X-Games Real Ski is Insane

One of our own, Sammy C, dropped his 2015 X-Games Real Ski edit yesterday and it's insane. In typical Sammy form, he floats out gigantic seven's off of huge pillows and sends technical triples off of manmade booters. He may or may not have drowned in snow this season. 

RELATED: The Sammy C Project

Whether or not you support Sammy's decision to quit competing, you can't deny that his 2015 was well spent. From filming for The Sammy C Project, to piecing together his Real Ski, Sammy works harder than anyone in the business, so he's got our RealSki vote. Go vote for yourself here!

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The Athlete Edits: Tim McChesney
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The Athlete Edits: Tim McChesney

The Athlete Edits: Tim McChesney

Tim McChesney might be the new guy on TGR’s roster of athletes, but he’s no newbie to ski films. After honing his skills in freestyle competitions, McChesney developed a knack for skiing in front of the camera. He’s the kind of skier that’s a freestyle swiss army knife, able to throw big tricks in urban, park, and backcountry settings. As one of the more veteran members of the Faction team, he’s traveled the globe for all kinds of film segments with Level 1 and Good Company. This year he

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VIDEO: Crossing New Zealand’s Southern Alps in The North Face’s “EAST WEST”
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VIDEO: Crossing New Zealand’s Southern Alps in The North Face’s “EAST WEST”

VIDEO: Crossing New Zealand’s Southern Alps in The North Face’s “EAST WEST”

New Zealand's high alpine is just about as gnarly as anywhere else on the planet, but isn't as well-represented in snowsports media as comparable terrain in the Northern Hemisphere. It's unclear exactly why that is, but we'd guess that it has something to do with the hemisphere thing. Or maybe Kiwis are just better at keeping their favorite backcountry spots under the radar. Hard to say, but whatever the reason, we're stoked to see a new project featuring some of New Zealand's most forbidding

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‘Cut Short’ Is A Promising Look at The Next Gen of FWT Skiers
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‘Cut Short’ Is A Promising Look at The Next Gen of FWT Skiers

‘Cut Short’ Is A Promising Look at The Next Gen of FWT Skiers

We’ve always been impressed with the level of skiing and riding seen on the Freeride World Tour, especially that of the rookies. Imagine showing up a ski comp as a young gun and dropping into the run of your life with the likes of Tanner Hall, or Arianni Tricomi? How frickin’ cool is that? Pretty darn cool, and also probably extra hard on the nerves. The rookie class for the upcoming FWT21 season looks pretty promising yet again, especially when we see Colorado-based Ray McDermott throwing