Seb Toots’ 2014 street part is so damn heavy

There isn’t much to say about Seb Toots’ 2014 street party except WOW! The man knows how to put together a part, and he’s so damn smooth… that’s for damn sure. And it’s always a joy watching him rip around his native homeland of Montreal, Canada.

Pair all that with the filming and editing skills of Sunset Films’ Mathieu Cowan and you have yourself one of this year’s best parts.

Sponsors: O’Neill, Red Bull, Ride Snowboard, Oakley, Giro, Empire, Mazda, Videotron,
Song: Break ya neck / Busta

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