Red Bull Uncorked came from the idea that focusing on technical features over technical tricks would push a new – or renewed – sense of creativity in snowboarding.
As the brainchild of Mark McMorris and Sebastien Toutant, Red Bull Uncorked served as an outlet for the guys to bring features they had been dreaming of into reality on the snowy and scenic slopes of Grouse Mountain.
If you haven't seen the full project, be sure to do that. And if you're looking for a little more, check out these individual edits from the full shoot.
Despite having to sit out the remainder of the season on the sidelines due to injury, 2017 marked an enormous comeback for McMorris. In February and March alone, he put together this cut in addition to nabbing X Games gold in big air and gold at the Burton US Open in slopestyle.
In case there was any doubt, Toutant wrote the technical handbook on being technical. Here's one minute of proof.
McMorris can be counted on to bring the good times and the hustle to every shoot. Though he had to miss out on some of the shoot windows, he made up for lost time to pull this dandy together while hosting the CBC special on Red Bull Uncorked. Somebody give that guy a water break.
Put an X Games halfpipe gold medalist on a slopestyle course and you're going to dig the results. James is our proof.
Never to be overlooked, Kadono silently explored the ebbs and flows of the Red Bull Uncorked course during the shoot to lace up this smooth clip.