Snowboard Carving and Buttering Tips + Two of my favorite pieces of Snowboard Gear.

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Comment (38)

  1. the white n yellow jackets look fresh! absolute slayer…. My
    Mr Miagi …. ps ive had the same cargo pants dc banshee ….. basically same same diff logo. keep on sharing this wisdom your a great explainer seriously when you say AnnnNNND it will eventually look like this! BAMMMMMMMMMM laying it down in serious agressive style now that's WOOOW or YEEWWWWWW worthy.

  2. I LOVE the way you broke those butter rolls down into some really easy to digest steps for people (like me) who don't know how to get started on them. Can't express enough how helpful it is.

    Love your channel. Keep up the awesome videos.

  3. Great video, thank you so much for the tips! Definitely going to try these in the next couple of weeks. Just a quick question, when we're going off the toe side edge for a tail butter, should we be going off the heelside edge for a nose butter?

  4. I’m 6’2 foot 🦶 and I wanted a professional recommendation on a board that would be great for early morning ice/midday lumpy snow. I currently have a 200$ board with bindings called silence and it’s a 170cm. I noticed my board looks a lot different from everyone else’s on mountain. It’s my 3rd season and I’m noticing I can’t cut into snow with it for carving it might be too small for me cuz my front toes hang off board even on a duck stance which is soooo much work. Have any thought? I would much great appreciate the help anyone ^_^

  5. Congrats on the sponsorship! Well deserved. Thanks for the tip on the knee. Got it slightly backwards. Realized I have started with both legs bent, and then straightened the front leg slightly. Need to get out on the hill to try and do it right.

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