Crashing Into Reality and Cranking the Shred to 11

Skier Nikolai Schirmer Crashes into Reality
by Updated June 30, 2018

Crashing Into Reality from Nikolai Schirmer may just be our favorite ski video of the year! It sure has us stoked to strap on our boards in the middle of summer and head to the mountains to go skiing.  This dude shreds style...

Violent video entertainment with soundtrack by Foals presented by Norrøna, Black Crows and Mazda with support from Oakley, DBtravel and Dynafit.

Shot in Europe in 2016

Camera by Crux Film
Gimbal operation by Flo Bastien

 


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