‘Subsequent Cease Sneg’ Video: Powder Snowboarding Siberia Appears to be like Off the Chain



Swiss skiers Sven Rauber and Marco Tribelhorn discover a secret stash of Siberian powder because of some native mates.

Subsequent Cease Sneg opens with a Matrix reference, and that’s solely a fraction of its allure. “Sneg” is the Russian phrase for snow, and Rauber and Tribelhorn discover loads of it because of some Siberian connections prepared to clue them in on the very best spots to shred.

One Siberian prepare trip later, the duo is waist-deep in the great things. And due to some impressed digicam work and playful enhancing, so are we. You’ll be craving some secret pow of your individual after this.

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Subjects: Information, Snowboarding, Winter

Tags: POW, ski movie, powder, Siberia, snowboard movie