The Hood Crew presents Slow Your Roll & Satisfy the Soul. Well, you know this is gonna be good so watch it now!
You’re standing at the back of the in-run thinking, “Slow your roll and satisfy the soul.” The answer is right there in front of you but as you get pulled in by the winch, picking up more speed by the second, adrenaline rushes through your body, self-indulgence steals away your soul, and you abruptly change your train of thought to, “F*** it, I’m going in!”
The party’s over before it even really got started because things got too extreme. You cut your friend off from his winch tow-in so you could try some absolutely hopeless trick. Now you’re lying on the ground with the wind knocked out of you thinking about the crazy experience you just had at the first urban spot of the year. Some might unknowingly call this a “learning experience” but you already knew the answer from the get go, “Slow your roll and satisfy the soul.”
For the first time since “Freed the Streets” (the winter of 2013), Salt Lake City stayed covered in snow for months on end. After an early season trip to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Forster Meeks was ready to lead the charge and get everyone and their furry friends to come turn-up in the snowy city streets. Nothing is more serene than waking up to fresh powder at your doorstep and such heavenly blessings is what made this season such a success. We dedicate this movie to Matt Heffernan whose uplifting personality and values of positivity and respect would brighten the days of everyone who graced his presence.
Cover photo by Matt Sklar