As skiers, it’s imperative that we support each other—in every way possible and as much as possible—to keep our sport alive and well. That’s why we didn’t hesitate to buy both episodes of the Good Company series last year for just $3-6 a pop. Some of you probably shared this view with us and helped the crew out with a few bucks. On the other hand, some of you probably decided not to invest your money in mind-blowing skiing (tisk, tisk). But regardless of which way you swayed, the first of those episodes, “One,” is now totally free to watch thanks to the kindness of Tom Wallisch, Kyle Decker, AJ Dakoulas, Tom Yaps and the other masterminds behind Good Company. In this episode, Tim McChesney, Niklas Eriksson, Dale Talkington, Chris Laker, Nick Martini, Mike Hornbeck and Karl Fostvedt join Tom on an array of urban escapades, destroying massive features literally all around the clock.
We can’t imagine how on Earth the Good Company crew is going to top last year’s offerings, but we’re sure it’ll happen one way or another with this year’s project, “Vice-Versa,” which will come in the form of one full-length film, opposed to the two-episode format. While you wait to see that highly-anticipated release on August 30, enjoy behind-the-scenes episodes below and see how hard these guys work to satisfy our ski movie dependencies. We’ve also thrown in a platter of Instagram posts from the crew that give an even deeper look into their worldwide search for shred this season.