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 prize winner.

First up are two absolute heaters with very different backstories. Tom Wallisch & Simon Dumont got the chance to put it all on the line on one of the craziest competition setups of all time. JOSS was probably freeskiing's greatest event, courtesy of its golden child, Jon Olsson. Shot and edited by Josh Berman (Level 1) and Tyler Hamlet (Poorboyz) it also had two film industry legends behind the lens. On the other side of the matchup, Clayton and Sean were throwing down in a regular park, over a few days in Colorado. The Stept boys' have insane skills on both sides of the camera though, and they took care of the production too, putting together a true classic. Like all of these matchups, it's hard to compare two of the greatest pieces of ski media ever... which is why we're asking you to settle things.

Check them out and VOTE NOW!


Welcome To Jiberish - Sean Jordan & Clayton Vila (by Stept Productions)



Team America 2009 - Simon Dumont & Tom Wallisch (by Level 1 & Poorboyz)