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Valentine's Storm 2014

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at stowe. Various parts of the mountains mostly 3 pm and later.  It was pretty awesome. do not let the POV fool you, the snow was a really dense foot and half. the skis just do not sink in much.

 

 

its not HD yet, give it some time. 

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sweet vid, cool music. whats that song/artist?

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Well done video.  I enjoyed it.

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sweet vid, cool music. whats that song/artist?

 

 

first song is Ballad of Serenity the Firefly Theme song. Second song is Thirsty Man by Blizten Trapper

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first song is Ballad of Serenity the Firefly Theme song. Second song is Thirsty Man by Blizten Trapper


Great stoke, both for the skiing and the Firefly use.

 

How much base damage do your skis pick up running through all that brush?

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Looks fun.  Why no vimeo?  Even in HD I just hate the way YouTube degrades the footage - takes all the texture away from the snow.

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Looks fun.  Why no vimeo?  Even in HD I just hate the way YouTube degrades the footage - takes all the texture away from the snow.

 

 

ask and you shall receive 

 

 

 

the brush does not do anything to ski bases at least to the Nordica Patrons I was on or basically any ski. Wood is almost never harder than Ptex, and the majority of rocks are now gone hopefully for the season.

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