06.01.14 by Jeff

Scott Stevens’ Full Part from The Last Ones

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This is the most creative snowboard part I’ve seen in ages (probably ever). Human-Being-Having-The-Most-Fun Award goes to Scott Stevens. If Gou Miyagi snowboarded this is what it might look like. Loved every second of this.

Watch below!


 

Scott Stevens Full Part from The Last Ones

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • ohnj

    WHAT!!!

  • joooooooordan

    I love the trend going on in skateboarding and snowboarding, the FUN TREND! Fun looks more fun than hammers and perfect form. Instead of pros intimidating people out of the sport, why not inspire and invite others to join in on the good times!
    LOSE THE ATTITUDE

    • Nico Glaude

      Completely agree with you. I showed my skateboarding friends the Gou video and most of them just thought that he was a gimmick and was just using the board as a toy…this was an honest argument…well, they’re the ones missing out, cause this stuff is really awesome. And just like you said, super FUN to watch!

    • agreeeed my fav videos have always been super chill videos of ppl just messing around, like secions in the Robot Food videos. this one actually has some pretty insane stuff in it too though

  • Jared Baxter Scales

    I have to go change my pants after that one!





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