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U.S. Airbag Allows Boarders To Practice Tricks

January 14, 2012, 4:05 PM

U.S. Airbag Allows Boarders To Practice Tricks
SIOUX FALLS, SD - It’s slowly beginning to look a lot more like January, with cooler temperatures and some fresh snow around the area.

And Saturday morning, outdoor snow enthusiasts got a belated Christmas present at Great Bear Ski Resort.
U.S. Airbag is traveling across the country to ski parks like Great Bear to setup a giant airbag and let customers try it out.

“Basically allowing kids to learn new tricks without the risk of getting hurt so it's pretty much like a stunt airbag that they use in the movies but we've adapted them to skiing and snow boarding," Rufus Casey with U.S. Airbag said.

If you want to take a landing on the ten foot bag of air, it costs $5 for two jumps, or $25 for 15 jumps. The bag will be at Great Bear until Monday before it heads to New Hampshire.

For more information about U.S Airbag visit their website.

Click on the video player below to see some stunts from the afternoon.



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