Freestyle Skier Jesper Tjäder's New Video 'Unrailistic' Features Some Genuinely Spectacular Grinding
This is what next-level creativity looks like.
Anyone who's seen the eye-melting ski movie Supervention, will know that Jesper Tjäder is a freestyler with a whole heap of sick tricks up his sleeve. Time and time again, like so many of the awesome Scandinavian skiers out there, the young Swede has proven that he's a master of upping his game and making the process look impossibly easy.
In the wonderfully-titled/terribly-titled (delete, where applicable) 'Unrailistic', Jesper makes grinding on a variety of rails look as easy as walking on a selection of well-tended gardens.
Yes, of course, it's easy to point out how more and more skiers are putting rails underneath kickers to give their tricks an extra bit of visual spice but when it's done as well as this who the hell even cares?
If Jesper's moves don't put an enormous smile on your face you might want to make sure that your entire lower jaw hasn't fallen off in the middle of the night; thus robbing you of the ability to smile...or something like that. Anyway, that's enough from us, it's time to get your peepers on this delicious slice of next-level creativity. It's forkin' superb.