Statements: Turning & Burning

Carving around the Japanese backcountry

"A simple turn in the right place, like a perfect bank, can be the most rewarding feat in snowboarding. That's why I want to focus on it to get the most fun out of the day on the mountain."

The above quote is from Nicholas Wolken, one of the riders from this video, and it says more about the video than any description could. This is pure fun with your best mates in the pow-laden Japanese backcountry, and there's nothing better. 

Featuring:  Antti Autti, Nicholas Wolken, David Djite, and Takumi Nagai. 

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