Getting Low with KORUA Shapes in Switzerland

The KORUA Shapes team is here to prove to the world yet again that you don’t need to leave the ground to make an awesome edit. In their first video of the 2017/18 season, James Niederbeger, Nicholas Wolken and Stephan Maurer take to the slopes of Laax to challenge themselves and see how low it is actually possible to go. From circle carves on the groomers to inverted euro carves in the halfpipe, if this video doesn’t give you the itch to burn through a turn fast and low then nothing will.

Keep an eye out for more from this crew soon, and remember to always enjoy your carve.

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Watch also: KORUA Shapes presents Yearning for Turning Vol. 5: Hokkaido Hustle

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