The stoke from the Women’s Streetstyle event carried through as the sun went down and the men took to the course. The roster for the Men’s Streetstyle was absolutely stacked, with a mix of contest skiers, film skiers, and OG’s dropping in.
The contest format was a 45-minute jam that put the guys into a hiking frenzy. Some of the heavier tricks that went down were a number of whirlybirds and k-feds, a switch 2 to frontslide and a super stylish frontslide back safety by Jake Mageau, known more commonly as “Mango”, a classic crowd-pleasing front flip out of the dumpster by LJ Strenio, and a 270 on 360 swap pretzel 270 out by Tucker Fitz-Simons. Alex Hall proved some insanity with a left 450 on continuing 630 out, with Tom Wallisch himself signing off on the amount of spinning.
Colby Stevenson had one of the most impressive tricks with a backslide backswap to backslide into a front 270 out that earned him the best trick award. Alex Hall took the top spot on the podium again this year, with Norwegian rail god Siver Voll in second, and Tucker Fitz-Simons taking third.
1st – Alex Hall
2nd – Siver Voll
3rd – Tucker FitzSimons
Best Trick – Colby Stevenson – Back slide backside switch up backslide to front 270 on the jersey barrier waterfall