Quiksilver presents: "Depth Perception" - Official Trailer

Quiksilver presents: "Depth Perception" - Official Trailer

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Quiksilver presents: "Depth Perception" - Official Trailer

Deep in winter, and even deeper in British Columbia, you’ll find more than just one of the world’s best places to ride — around every corner, some wild natural phenomena seems to be taking place…

Quiksilver proudly presents Depth Perception, Travis Rice’s latest brain child starring fellow Quiksilver riders Bryan Fox, Austen Sweetin, Roxy’s Robin Van Gyn and the master himself.

Set in the transfixing layers of BC’s temperate forest, the furthest inland rainforest in the world, Depth Perception returns to the roots of snowboarding and portrays the unique connection each rider shares with nature. The movie sucks you into a supernatural wonderland and invites you to enjoy some of the finest free riding this planet has to offer. It’ll make you laugh, make you learn and most of all, make you want to ride.

Starring: Bryan Fox, Travis Rice, Austen Sweetin, & Robin Van Gyn
Location: CMH Galena

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