sig is legit... but give it to someone who hasn't competed in a major comp yet (JOSS)
"Two words would be like pow and fun. fun pow.. FUNPOW" Sean Pettit
ďThis life I am living, what I do everyday, I mean itís unreal, Itís every single day I ski, every single day I Iím out in the mountains with my friends, I love so much, Itís like the righteous day, the fullest day, itís every day man, it is an absolute blessing to be doing what Iím doing and never will I take it for grantedĒ - CRJ
"Bobby did a straight air for his first hit, and then a double cork 10 for his second hit"
for everyone saying "oh sick but he's not unknown" or "oh there were better choices", i have two things to say.
first, go watch his edit again. its was simply flawless riding, not one wobble, not one arm wave. all around, smooth as fuck riding.
second, the definition of "unknown" these days is so watered down with the popularity of sites like this. so many edits are put out that have so much online traffic that virtually every entry this year has had tons of views before. yeah, sig went to JOSS last year, but did anything really transpire from it? did any of the major film companies pick him up? surprisingly, no, so he deserved a shot at the superunknown title just as much as any other person in the competition did.
the talent level this year was so high, and i thoroughly enjoyed watching all of the other edits, but i think sig will fucking slay the park shoots this spring.
side note: i do believe i'll be buying the esk movie this year, because all of those dudes killed it as well.
there were 3 or 4 people i wouldnt have minded winning, and he was one of them. Must have been a tough call between him austin and morello. I think sig proved last joss that he is more than capable of filming with the big dogs though. Goodluck at the shoots sig, if your reading this.
"why are you wearing a man dress? i thought those were for girls?"
-An anonymous five year old who i was teaching to ski asking me about my tall t
"skiing is so masculine that it needs to be counteracted by a touch of femininity."
-the old gaper guy next to the lesson i was teaching in the lift line