First Look into Volkswagen presents Warren Miller's "Face Of Winter" RED Mountain, British ColumbiaWhere it all starts, one foot in front of the other. Quality night shot at RED Mountain Resort.Photo: Cam McLeodRED Mountain, British ColumbiaThe fiery of Mother Nature provoking the courage of the RED Mountain Ski Patrol. Photo: Cam McLeodRED Mountain, British ColumbiaDennis Risvoll getting upside down. Photo: Cam McLeodSwitzerlandA small mountain town near a 12th-century monastery. Photo: Johan JonssonSwitzerlandMarcus Caston beneath a sheer wall in Switzerland.Photo: Johan JonnsonSwitzerlandFinding Swiss pride at the World Cup. Photo: Oskar EnanderSwitzerlandA garden of jagged peaks.Photo: Johan JonssonSwitzerlandA sweet gondola about to abduct Marcus Caston and Johan Jonsson to go find the undetected stashes of Engelberg.Photo: Oskar EnanderBlue River, British ColumbiaAthlete Seth Wescott catching some air time with a sweet stalefish.Photo: Chad ChomlackBlue River, British ColumbiaAthlete Seth Wescott hanging loose! Photo: Chad ChomlackBlue River, British Columbia Athlete Rob Kingwill grabbing indy.Photo: Chad ChomlackBlue River, British Columbia Athletes Rob Kingwill and Seth Wescott endulging in a party lap.Photo: Chad ChomlackBlue River, British Columbia Athlete Rob Kingwill showing his casual style.Photo: Chad ChomlackDenali, AlaskaLetting those snowmobiles purr while getting ready for the day of shooting in AK. Photo: Cam McLeod Denali, AKRoger that! Jess McMillan taking a quick snap before take off. Denali, AKSkinning along Don Sheldon AmphitheaterPhoto: Cam McLeod Denali, AKForrest Jillson serving up a quality spine line.Photo: Cam McLeod Denali, AKJess McMillan leading the charge. Photo: Cam McLeod Denali, AKJackson Hole local Jess McMillan in Denali.Photo: Cam McLeodDenali, AKSheer faces.Photo: Cam McLeod Chugach, AK.Dash Longe spinning off-axis for style points.Photo: Court LeveChugach, AK.Athlete Jim Ryan sniffing out a slash in deep powder.Photo: Court LeveChugach, AK.Athlete Jim Ryan flying through a spine line.Photo: Richard HallmanChugach, AK.Athlete Dash Longe reaching for the nose.Photo: Richard HallmanChugach, AKAthlete Dash Longe in the cockpit with Points North Heli.Photo: Richard HallmanChugach, AKWME athlete Jim Ryan boosting over a gorgeous glacier crevasse.Photo: Richard HallmanChugach Mountains, AKSizing up the chutes.Photo: Dash LongeChugach, AKWhat lies beyond the clouds?Photo: Dash LongeIcelandAthletes Amie Engerbretson and Anna Segal trotting around Iceland.Photo: Colin WitherillIcelandAthlete Anna Segal becoming the queen of corn. Photo: Colin WitherillIcelandAthlete Amie Engerbretson stoked to be in Iceland for the first time.IcelandAthlete Amie Engerbretson skiing to the seaside.Photo: Colin WitherillChamonixAthlete Michael "Bird" Shaffer enjoying a bluebird day.Photo: Layla KerleyChamonixAthlete Camille Jaccoux cruising through natural ice sculptures.Photo: Layla KerleyChamonixLiving life on the edge in Chamonix.Photo: Layla Kerley Latest Captions The Laser SC is super quick Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on February 15, 2009 - 8:39pm. The Laser SC is super quick , has fantastic edge hold, and is surprisingly good in the moguls. The ski is a cross between a slalom and GS (the tail is closer to a GS ski) and allows you to change the radiius of the arc fairly easily. You can certainly race it, in a Masters-type course. I use it as a carver when the soft snow is all scraped off, and it performs as well as anything I've ever tried. It is sImilar to the Race Tiger, but a little quicker (more narrow waist). A very well built ski, as are all Stocklis that come out of their factory.