What on earth do they put in the water at Goverment Camp? Whatever it is, it’s enough to inspire some of the most description defying snowboarding we’ve ever seen in this final recap edit from High Cascade 2014.
The Warbington brothers open and close this eight minute symphony of shred – Max with a blinder of a line in the skate bowls and Gus with a one-footed eurocarve to back 180 – fitting as they’ve held down the HCSC fort all summer long.
Then Scott Stevens shows once again how his trick wizardry extends over to the skate world – we don’t even know the words for half those tricks – before the snowboarding begins, Blake Paul kicking it off my showing exactly how to look stylish in the slush.
Summer snowboarding on the internet is all about content, but in this case it’s all about the love.
And it begins. We won’t list the tricks because quite frankly, you should just watch it. Stop what you’re doing now and get all eight minutes of the most creative shredding you’ve ever seen down your eye holes. Summer snowboarding on the internet is all about content, but in this case it’s all about the love.
At least until 4.45, because what the fuck was Matt Wainhouse thinking when he set up for that huge method to gap. Madness.
Where’s Your Head at was the right choice for the closing song, the most outrageous collection of rail hammers and creative jibs we’ve ever seen!
Peace out HCSC, see you next year!