Burton Snowboards: Slow motion alley-oops with Danny Davis and friends

An alley-oop is when you spin in a halfpipe or quaterpipe the opposite direction of your air, for example a backside spin on the frontside wall. Although they sound like an accident, they are hard to do, and look awesome when done right. Here are some of the slowest alley-oops you will ever see from Christian Haller, Peetu Piiroinen, Jack Mitrani, and Danny Davis. It’s a good thing they are slow, so all the style can be absorbed.

Filmed by:
Tim Manning
Andro Kajzer
Gabe L’Heureux

Edited by:
Alex Adrian

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