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Natural Selection’s Jackson Hole Recap is Here!

Have you spent the last couple weeks daydreaming about Natural Selection? Wishing you could replay all those huge airs over and over? Well, we've got good news for you. The Jackson Hole stop premieres on Red Bull Snow's YouTube channel on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. All your favorite moments from the tour have been edited down into one, 60 minute reel where you can relive them as many times as you want. Between the world class snowboarding and top-notch film crews, the highlight show is sure to captivate you just as much as it did the first time Mark McMorris threw that huge double wildcat. 

The highlights come ahead of the next stop in the tour at Baldface Lodge in Nelson, British Columbia. After that, the tour moves onto its final stop at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in Alaska. We're stoked to see what the next two legs of the tour have to offer, but until then, this highlight reel will keep all our backcountry snowboard booter cravings satisfied. 

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​Video: We’re Stoked That Audi Nines Is Back For 2021
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Every year come spring, we love to see some of the world’s best freestyle riders get together atop a glacier in the Alps to ski and ride a custom-built terrain park that’s straight from their wildest dreams. The 2021 Audi Nines presented by Falken is officially underway in snowy Crans-Montana, Valais, Switzerland, and the course looks absolutely insane! Check out a POV preview of the course with Halldór Helgason, Jesper Tjäder, Boris Mouton, and Nico Porteous. Over the next few days, we’ll be

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