Tanner Hall is one of the most talented and successful (competition wise) skiers of this time. He has won countless competitions and kills in the backcountry. He has some of the best segments I have ever seen, and is pushing the sport in the right directions. I believe he is a misunderstood guy, but after reading his interview in the latest copy of Freeskiier magazine I have a better understanding about him.
Tanner is one of my favorite pro skiers, if not favorite. He sometimes brings a negative image to the sport, but his actions overall make him a great icon for our sport.
The logic and reasoning behind this statement evades me. I cannot comprehend why you would say this.
he kills it in the backcountry. I'd rather take advice from him on the backcountry than some other pro skiers