Dylan Natale in Rage Films

Feeling hungry for winter? Here's a short clip from Rage Films to satiate your appetite.
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Here's a nice clip courtesy of Rage Films of Dylan Natales, one of their athletes, shooting during the 2008-09 season in the Utah backcountry. Enjoy.

Dylan Natale Pretty Good from Rage Films on Vimeo.

An edit from Dylan Natale 08/09 year filming with Rage Films in the Utah Backcountry. Dylan has recently entered the SLC house flipping business with life partner Kyler Cooley.
Although he lists sarcasm and soccer as his main talents, he is also a pretty good skier. Even with flipping houses Dylan worked hard and once again turned out a solid segment.

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