Available to rent on Amazon Prime, iTunes
This is skiing’s answer to Stacey Peralta’s Dogtown and Z-Boys. It chronicles the ascent of the Jackson Hole Air Force, a group of skiers who essentially started a movement that would change North American ski resorts’ access policies. While skateboarding has always come from a place of rebellion, skiing comes from places that have a turn-down service.
But this band of big-mountain renegades would change that, and this film shows how they injected Wyoming aggression and a powder-at-all cost approach to the sport. Now 10 years old, it’s a bit dated but still worth the time.
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