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Snow Porn: Put your back into it with ThirtyTwo and Woodward at Copper

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When we interviewed Woodward at Copper ripper Morrison Hsieh for The Edge, our 2011/2012 winter activity guide, we got an earful about all the new terrain park features we'd be seeing on the slopes now that Woodward's partnership with Copper Mountain has moved into full swing and new terrain park manager Jason George (previously responsible for designing Keystone's A-51, our 2011 Best Terrain Park pick) has been making moves. This week a crew of ams from the ThirtyTwo and Etnies teams stopped by to have a look for the first 2011/2012 installment of ThrityTwo's Spot Check series. Enjoy:

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