One of the most classic airs in the Jackson Hole backcountry, Smart Bastard is one big mother. After hearing about it for years and closely watching his friend Tim Durtschi stomp it, 11-year-old Kai Jones decided he wanted to step up to the big leagues. Watch as he fully commits and sends the biggest air of his young career in his full segment from Far Out, presented by REI, below.
Recent years have seen urban skiing pushed to new heights, with the ON3P team leading the charge. Their most recent team edit, ON3P 4, yet again proves that they’re on the top of their game. Related: Late Season Pow-Town in Austria 15-foot drop to flat? No biggie. Add in a handplant-360? Sure. Grind a handrail with anti-grinding attachments? Easy. A lot of the stuff that these guys are doing is tough to put into words, but its definitely dope.
Meet Bozeman local Rob Enigl, one of Big Sky's most aggressive big-mountain sit-skiers. He's completed the first known sit-ski descents of Gullies 2 and 3—some of the steepest lines off Big Sky's Lone Peak. Oh, and it turns out he’s really good at pond skims. Related: Alyeska's Slush Cup is Pond Skimming at its Finest Enigl saddles up, strips down, and sends it. Not only does he make it all the way across the pond, but he does it in remarkably smooth fashion.
Jackson Hole has a lot of cliffs, and Daniel Tisi takes full advantage of that fact. The young ripper won TGR's Grom Contest back in 2011 at the tender age of 12, and he's only gotten better since then. Having grown up in what is arguably the meat-hucking capital of the North American ski-scene, it's no surprise that he gravitates towards drops. Related: Where Are They Now?- Daniel Tisi Tisi spends more time in the air than on snow in his season edit, and somehow manages to four-point almost