Known for a more innovative approach to the free ski industry, Parker White will have you floored with his mind-blowing skill sets that he carries out in a number of ski films.  He has travelled to places near and far to capture the most unpredictable filmography we’ve seen.  P White proved he could hold his own when he jumped the infamous transfer gap switch and did a zero spin in Sun Valley, Idaho.  This 110-foot jump landed Parker on the cover of the 2010 film, “Eye Trip” (L1P.)  In 2011, the film “After Dark,” (L1P) grants Parker with a tremendous opening single segment that features him jumping in breathtaking locations such as Hokkaido, Japan and Cooke City, Montana.  We believe this is just the beginning for Parker White.

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