Superman Euro Snowboard Carves On Hero Snow Beaver Creek Vail, Colorado April 2019

Superman Euro Snowboard Carves On Hero Snow Beaver Creek Vail, Colorado April 2019


This snowboard video will highlight
a great season that we’ve had 2018-2019 season. We’re up at Beaver Creek and
Vail. Ripping the great powder that we’ve received over the last few days
with the snow being so great it’s Superman snow or hero snow where you can
actually lay down into the snow to do superman Euro carve you want to get
really low at the beginning of your toeside turn and then extend through
your turn you want to lean back a little bit to
pop you back up it’s fun to do the Superman Euro Carves lay
down on your regular stance do a toe side and then switch around switch and
do a toeside again it’s always fun when you do have a crash to just lift your
board up and slide down the hill you should only do this if you’re a very
confident rider and on the trails that have no trees refer to my self arrest
video to learn how to stop in the steeps click in the right corner to see that
video in this snowboard video on Video was some of me mates like Todd Hurst.
Craig Richwine who is a skier and Erika Higgins also a pro skier we had a great
time lots of fun ripping the back bowls and fell and all over Beaver Creek hope
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3 Comments

  • usfflauto

    April 21, 2019

    That looks great snow! I can’t wait for next season to start!

    Reply
  • Cowboy Roy

    May 9, 2019

    Best time of the year for Euro carves! Love the information and looks like so much fun!

    Reply
  • yasmany young flow

    May 27, 2019

    👍

    Reply

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