I wouldn't say they're the most untapped because like other aspects of the sport you really can only go so far as to "what" you can do, but maybe more untapped on "how". The broken grind is an example that comes to mind. The best thing in my mind is to make sure that things dont get too stagnant or too much about how big. What I am excited about is all the creative things people are doing with even small jibs or features. I agree that this sport needs to avoid showing things as they are too long, that pros and all others should be dedicated to new ways of the "how".
Ski more than you post. Find your FeCTA. Ski UT. If there was no wind, what would blow the leaves around?
at last, you guys regurgitate the same spiel...
i've yet to see any of you do anything "progressive" or "unique" or whatever it is you guys are spittin. show me something please, so i can copy you guys (thanks for the nose tap tom...) and be cool again. thanks!
im sick of people acting like rollerblade grinds are the new big rail thing. there IS original shit being done that is unique to skiing. look at brady perron. hornbeck's nollie on the dfd in the jiberish edit. shit is FRESH. andy parry! my nigga grant spear has been tail and nose bonking shit up all year while szarsec and delorme are nose buttering onto street rails and pretzeling that shit.
kids act like rails are "boring"? since when is ANY aspect of skiing "boring"?