Rusutsu SuperNatural Sidecountry in Japan - Salomon Freeski TV

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Last Summer, Rusutsu ski area in Japan built a Travis Rice-inspired supernatural terrain park in the forest. The Salomon crew were given first crack at it in all-time powder conditions.

 


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