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As he’s done for the past few seasons, Tommy Zula loaded up the sprinter van and set his sights west to escape the Ohio winter in the early months of 2021. This year, TZ was joined by his Airborne teammate, Jutt Wood. The two linked up with photographer/filmer Stephen Smith once they arrived in California and got to work and this edit is the result.