Dynafit Connections - A ski mountaineering film series with Eric Hjorleifson and Trevor Hunt

Connections - Episode 1
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The first episode of the connections web series.

1st stop is in Whistler, Canada with the two well known skiers Eric Hjorleifson and Trevor Hunt. Together they give you an insight into their home spot Whistler Blackcomb Mountain with some great powder turns, some steep lines and some stories about their connection to the Dynafit binding.

To read the whole story about this episode visit the landingpage:
http://www.dynafit.com/connections

The next episode will be released on the 26th of October - stay tuned and watch the full story!

 


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