Stray Dogs - A Backcountry Ski Film

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Stray dogs is a backcountry ski film that showcases Karl Fostvedt and Lucas Wachs. These dogs have chosen to stray wherever the conditions are right - at their heels you will find Jasper Newton documenting their antics from parking lots to mountain tops. Karl, Lucas, and Jasper have been skiing together for the better part of a decade and now have produced their first independent ski film - Stray Dogs. Enlist with these backcountry soldiers in a mission for deep powder.

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