A couple of weeks ago, we posted a poll aimed at ending the debate over the greatest edit of all time. As the votes came in, we realized two things. Firstly, that it was going to be incredibly close, and secondly, that having so many edits to choose from made things (too) difficult. Rather than crown an overall winner, we've taken the top 8 and put them into a bracket and we're going to ask you to choose between the quarter-finals, semi-finals, and ultimately the grand finale.

[If you missed it, vote in the first quarter-final HERE]

[And the second quarter-final HERE]

Our third quarter-final is all about style. It's a head-to-head between two of the most underground and most underappreciated skiers (by the industry at least). Simple's Sovereign is perhaps the high-water mark of Jake Carney's brief stint as one of the hottest new talents in the game. Connor Warnock provides a great assist but this one is all about Carney's power and flow. For some reason, the industry never really caught on to what Jake had to offer but all of his edits have aged like fine wine. And the occasional present-day sightings of the man in the park still blow up Instagram. And then there's Adam Delorme. There's certainly an argument that he has THE single greatest style on skis ever. We struggled to pick between his two Jiberish 'walks in the park' for the original poll, both are solid gold. But we went with the original, another cut that could drop today and still crush it.

Enjoy two of the smoothest skiers of all time and VOTE NOW!


Walk in the Park | Adam Delorme