“The finest workers in stone are not copper or steel tools but the gentle touches of air and water working at their leisure with a liberal allowance of time.” – Henry David Thoreau
Are the thrills of man-made slopes just not doing it for you anymore? Take some notes from the Loaded Boards gang: Get your urban-dwelling backside out in to nature and make use of what Mother Earth has to offer! Loaded riders Ethan Cochard, Laurent Perigault, Mauritz Armfelt and Max Watson got a dirty tour around Moab, Utah with “longtime slickrock slider” Rolf Hanson. The terrain is radical and Alberto Alepuz’s edit does as much justice as any collection of pixels ever could and then some! Looks like they had a blast while simultaneously taking weirdboarding to the next weird level. We are OK with that!
If you’re on the lookout for a new deck, take a look at Loaded’s re-cutting of their Tesseract mold. They’ve now got two additional shapes to tickle your fancy: one with a single kick (The “Cantellated” Tesseract) and one with none (The “Truncated” Tesseract).