Full Part: Curtis Woodman in “Surf The Earth”

From Arbor Snowboards via Vimeo:
Curtis Woodman is an individual to the fullest extent. It’s difficult to define Curtis as both his snowboarding and personality fall outside of any societal preconceptions or stereotypes. He picks his own line down the mountain and hides in the white room most of the winter. We’ve been lucky enough to get a glimpse into the mind of Curtis through his Surf The Earth video series this past winter. And now, without further ado, Curtis presents the culmination of all his hard work from last season in his Surf The Earth – Full Part.

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