Peep this solid dryslope part by Nathan Jenkins at Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre, Virginia.
The winter season may be well and truly over in the Northern Hemisphere but that shouldn’t stop you from snowboarding if you still haven’t quite got your fill of sideway sliding.
Nathan Jenkins hit up his local snowflex slope and got down with some summertime bristle boarding.
Dryslopes were pioneered in the United Kingdom as a means for snowboarders and skiers to ride all year long, and with the invention of snowflex – a far more forgiving, softer surface than the Dendix that widely proceeded it, more and more slopes are popping up around the globe.
Check out Nathan’s edit for some solid snowflex stunts on what looks like a pretty pimped out dryslope setup.