Watch: Kai Jones shreds

Don't let his age fool you.
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If getting eclipsed by an 11-year-old freeskier motivates you, watch this. Kai Jones, the son of Teton Gravity Research Co-founder Todd Jones, tackles classic inbound lines along with some of the gnarliest terrain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort—lines that most adults won't even consider—in this 5-minute video.

This clip appears in TGR's 2018 film, Far Out.

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