Turbo Ski DVD

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Turbo Ski DVD- Voted Best Ski Movie of the Year!


Turbo will not give your car an extra power boost or shave seconds off your quarter mile- but it might, just might, change the way you think about skiing. Turning it up a notch once again
Level 1 followed their crew of dedicated skiers throughout North America in the unforgettable season of 2008.
Tom Wallisch, Ahmet Dadali, Mike Hornbeck, and JF Houle get down to business with urban adventures across the Midwest and Quebec, redefining technical jibbing, and setting a new bar on what’s possible. Tanner Rainville, Stefan Thomas, Wiley Miller, and Steele Spence shred neck deep pow and bring their brand of freestyle to technical terrain - from minigolf in Wyoming to the real big mountain arena of Alaska, and everything in between.
Justin Dorey, Mike Riddle, Duncan Adams, and Adam Delorme steal the show at Level 1’s trademark parkshoot progression sessions, boosting the biggest features this side of the Atlantic.
Also featuring the jumping and jibbing talents of Corey Vanular, Josh Bibby, Will Wesson, Travis Redd, Liam Downey, Mike Clarke, and friends… all shot in HD with the mind-blowing and award-winning cinematography you’ve come to expect from
Level 1. This is Turbo.

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Proudly Supported By: Spy Optic, Dynastar/Lange, Spyder, Freeskier Magazine, Jiberish, Skullcandy, Nike ACG, Under Armour, Level, Bula, SBC Skier, DNA, Moment Skis, Amplid, Volkl, Nordica, 4Frnt Shot on Location in: Denver, CO , Minnesota, Ohio, Salt Lake City, UT Grand Targhee, WY , Copper Mtn, CO , Alta, UT, Eclipse Snow Park,
CO , Squaw Valley, CA, Windells- Mt Hood, OR, Montana , Interior Quebec , Winter Park, CO , Keystone, CO, Monashee and Mustang Cat Ops, Interior BC, H20- Valdez, AK Just wanted to give you a heads up and share the news that Turbo just cleaned up in the Freeskier Reader's Poll, taking "Movie of the Year," "Best Editing," and "Best Soundtrack," as well as a host of awards specific to the athletes and the amazing things they did in front of our cameras. Of all the movie awards out there, I'd like to think that one actually voted on by the people out there buying, and watching ski films is the most meaningful, so I speak for everyone involved with Level 1 on this end when I say we're stoked about the results.