Shred Seas is a new web series from our friends The Deadseas. The first episode, titled “It’s Good to be Home” features some random footage shot down at their local spot, the Tanner Trails. Stylistically it’s a little different, but I’m into it! I’m definitely looking forward to seeing what Seth Huot has planned for the next one.
My apologies for the delay! Maybe one day I’ll finally realize that I need to start the whole process of picking these out well before the end of the year rolls around. I thought I’d be able to hammer it out right at the beginning of January, but between traveling and being busy with a bunch of other stuff, I never had the time to fully devote to sitting down and giving this the attention it deserves. So, here we are, damn near the end of February and we’re just now taking a look back on what I thought were the top 10 trails web edits of 2016. Feel free to agree, disagree or be ambivalent!
Seth Huot absolutely killed it with this latest Deadseas edit! I had more than a few people hit me up suggesting a trip to Utah was in order after they watched this.
I’m both honored and excited to bring you this truly stunning piece of visual work by Seth Huot and the Deadseas Crew! Seth holds down the camera as Mike Sczezsny, Kurt Perkins, Cody Gessel, Jonsey Fedderson, Chris Flook and Chris Prior flow their way through the Utah landscape that is the Tanner Trails. Kick back and enjoy this one, and make sure to give Deadseas a follow on The Gram!
Dig adds one more to their trails playlist with this rockin’ Tanner Trails edit from Seth Huot. Mike Szczesny is always killing it, but he’s on an absolute tear in here! Not to take anything away from Kurt Perkins, Jonsey Fedderson, Garrett Holm, and Chris Flook, who also contribute their fair share of awesomeness to this edit!