When you’re so stoked that you have to interrupt the person sitting next to you more than a couple of times in one edit, you know you’re on to a winner. In reality, we just recommend that everyone sits down and watches this one in full, at least twice (to start with…).
Max Warbington takes the lead in this joint part from Think Thank‘s Methods of Prediction, with enough creative interpretation of the landscape to inspire a generation of jib kids, and at least a couple of slappy combos that would give any trick caller a tough time. Sam Hulbert’s half leans slightly more towards big powder hits, but isn’t devoid of diversity either. Check the miller flip combo at 2.09 for example. Here’s Think Thank’s official word – eloquent as ever:
Young idealistic share-parter Max Warbington knows that trick rotation is crucial to part integrity and long term hammer farming longevity. Rather than force tricks on landscapes Max let’s the land dictate the landing and the wind dictate the air. This powerful dreamer has just started sowing his seeds of snowboard magic. Sharing this digital real-estate is technical veteran Sam Hulbert, who is also a poly-faced snow master with a huge trick bag and video parts a plenty under his belt. From Boston to Riksgransen two of the best sow the seeds of shred and we reap the benefits in this absolute scorcher of a video part!