It’s easy to wax poetic about the soulful act of a deep carve. So instead of another quip about laying one down, here’s a quick vid to get you in the mood to cut some turns. Enjoy.
From KORUA Shapes: Carve Oddity is a collection of favourite moments from the 16/17 season – including, but not limited to – riding deep powder in the forests of Japan, going on weekend mini-missions to find new zones at tiny Swiss resorts, slashing chunky slush in the halfpipe and wave-park up in LAAX, and finding surprisingly good powder in the Engadin valley late in the season. Despite difficult snow conditions we managed to have a whole lot of fun doing what we enjoy most: simply snowboarding.
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