The pint-size version of Line’s Afterbang is constructed like a skateboard, not a ski, so it’s poppy and fun, and it skis switch just as smoothly as it skis forward.
He’s going to need something to record footage for his park edit. The flip is pocket sized, pretty indestructible and shoots in HD. Film, throw in some Cali P, post to Newschoolers, repeat.
Smith has caught on to the goggles under helmet style and made the Holt Park without ear pads, so he can wear his goggles, beanie, and headphones underneath it.
A three-piece boot that’ll minimize his shin bang and help him pop on to rails. Also comes in a big kid model.
A cotton tall t is totally impractical, but a tall fleece? That actually makes sense. This one from Armada has subtle steeze.
This vest will protect his spine, but it’s still flexible enough to make his grab when he boosts out of the pipe.
Every kid coming up should have some respect for their elders. Larger than life big mountain skier Seth Morrison is a good place to start. Plus, the skulls will make him look tough.