David Wise is starting off the season strong by taking home the win at the Breckenridge stop of the Dew Tour. Conditions were tough with new snow coming in during the entire event. The conditions caught up to David, uncharacteristically falling in his first run. Don't worry, Wise made up for it on his second run which scored him a 91.6 for the win. The run started off with a 900 tail grab, followed by a dub 1260 mute grab, 1080 opposite tail grab, switch 720 Japan, and finishing with a dub 1260 mute grab. Watch David Wise's winning run. Your browser does...
4FRNT athlete Kye Petersen spent last year going deep into backcountry zones located across British Columbia and Alaska. His personal project, In Search, tells the story of his quest for backcountry pillow lines, techy descents, long spines, and remote peaks. Enjoy, we did. Like what you see? Check out Kye's signature ski line, The Kye, which comes in three widths, the Kye 95, Kye 110, and Kye 120.
4FRNT athlete Cam Riley was heavily involved with the film For Lack of Better which just won Movie of the Year and Best Documentary at this years Powder Awards. The film depicts urban skiing and the unique challenges those athletes face. The entire film is available on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon. Cam put together some of the best skiing segments from the film as well as some b-roll footage to bring us "The B-Side." Enjoy.