No matter how outside the box and seemingly impossible the trick, when Scott Vine sets his mind to doing something, the dude is gonna either do it or die trying. Seriously. When some riders do the one-foot schtick it gets construed as circus stunts, but Scott's unstrapped antics are so big and smooth that you can't do anything but respect the skill, style, and consequence. It is hard saying if we like the fs 180 one-footer on Boreal's sixty-foot tabletop at the one minute mark or Scott's FS 5 one-foot ender more, but either way they are both mint! Below are a few words from Scott about filming last season.
"Filming a solo video part has given me the opportunity to meet and work with a wide variety of people that I don't think I would have just working with the same crew all year. But the filming side of snowboarding is not an individual sport. It requires a crew, and over fifty people directly or indirectly helped make this video possible. I spent my season chasing the snow through California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Washington, and Oregon over a five-month period dealing with non-stop dry spells and rain along the way. The strategy was to put in a constant effort and somehow make it work at least fifty percent of the time, whether it snowed or not. At one point, I doubted whether or not I would even have a part this year. I put all my focus into filming for this project. It's like a gamble, but I didn't stop trying until I was coughing up blood, and this is what came out of it." -Scotty Vine