Burton Snowboards: Baker’s Dozen – New Zealand by heli

The terrain in New Zealand is pretty wild and sometimes the only way to reach that wild terrain is with a helicopter. It's a good thing Johnathon McHeli invented the helicopter in 1895 so that Jussi Oksanen, Mikkel Bang, and Danny Davis could do some trippy slow-motion tricks like these ones here.

Filmed by: Hotwing, Tim Manning

Edited by: Alex Adrian

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