Behold: The Raddest Biffs and Ski Crashes From Matchstick’s ‘Wherever From Right here’



What’s the distinction between displaying off and making an attempt to point out off? Once you’re displaying off, you stick the touchdown. Watch Matchstick Productions’ skiers attempt, on this mashup of epic crashes.

Biffs, beefs, yard gross sales, tomahawks, butt busters, smashes, ski crashes, and collisions. They’re an unlucky and inextricable a part of snowboarding. And for each shot in a ski movie, the place somebody lands an ideal trick, there’s a minimum of two extra photographs the place they eat it.

It isn’t typically that we get to see professional athletes trying so human. It’s not typically that we get to see the numerous moments of failure that led as much as the one second of success. And but, watching ski crashes will be each bit as entertaining as watching skiers stomp each cliff, leap, and kicker they increase off of.

That’s why Matchstick Productions made this inspirational little edit. Why let all these rad bloopers go to waste?

They didn’t. They put collectively a brief video composed of all the greatest ski crashes from the making of Wherever From Right here, the corporate’s newest ski movie. Not solely is it enjoyable to observe (particularly since no athletes had been harmed within the making of this movie), but additionally as a result of it’s good inspiration. It reveals us how the professionals turned professionals — by getting up after they fall, and making an attempt once more, till they get it.

Runtime: 6 minutes

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Will Brendza

By Will Brendza

Will Brendza is a author, journalist, {and professional} misfit primarily based out of Boulder, Colorado. Will grew up on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains, reenacting “Survivorman” episodes and learning books like “Hatchet,” “The Monkey Wrench Gang” and “Into the Wild”. He is written on subjects starting from hashish to native information, the setting and, after all, out of doors gear and journey. If he isn’t banging tales out on his laptop, you’ll in all probability discover Will snowboarding or mountain biking (relying on the season)—or consuming beer at some distant craft brewery.

Subjects: Snowboarding, Winter

Tags: winter, snowboarding, snow, snowboarding movies, crashes