Watch: Some Of The Coolest Ski Jumping Footage Ever!

Dude makes it look so effortless.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on February 6, 2018

Dude makes it look so effortless.

Strap on some skis and head down the mountain?

Maybe some Black Diamond runs?

Not for this guy. That’s too tame.

Moguls or slalom?

A little better, but still not quite enough.

Alright, how about, instead of moguls we give you a series of jumps that you hit one after another…

and instead of jumping for distance, we send you vertical so you can do tricks and stuff…

Sure.

How Buttery is this 1-Buttery?🎿 Tag someone who should see this @ralphwelponer

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Turns out, that’s pretty easy for this guy.

Most of us would crash and burn, but this guy — according to the lingo they’re throwing around on the comments is ‘buttery’.

Where do you go from here?

Who knows? Maybe he’ll strap on one of those wing suits and jump out of a plane.

Until he can think of something really challenging.

We’d credit the guy doing it, but they didn’t bother to name him in the video.

Too bad.

He’s pretty damn good.

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Why be average? It’s so overrated.

Everyone does that.

You need to Do Epic Sh-t.

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