Warp Wave: Zen and the art of Powder Boarding

From Warp Wave via Vimeo:
A long journey through the west can be tough on a snowboarder, but Eric Messier takes the proper precaution by soaking in the high desert magical healing waters to prepare himself for the bottomless powder turning that lies ahead. First stop, pick up a hitchhiker. Just so happens to be Gray Thompson, also known as Snowshoe. Coincidence? I think not. Watch ZEN AND THE ART OF POWDER BOARDING to find out what these two riders of the West get themselves into.

Filmed on location in:
Utah
Idaho
Lake Tahoe

Thanks:
Brighton
Sean Kerrick Sullivan
Peter & Steven
Kirsten
Grassroots Powdersurfing
The Prairie Schooner
Honda Element

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