The first installment of “Rough AF” proved that Jordie Lunn was still a major player in the world of big mountain freeride—steep, gnarly tech and sizeable features to boot. When “Rough AF 2” was released, Lunn stunned us with his massively creative feature that pushed the limits of his riding while utilizing the terrain in ways we seldom see anymore.
Then there was the “Rough AF 3” teaser that was released a couple days ago. It only hinted at one feature, but in those 47 seconds, we saw all we needed to see to know that Lunn made something disturbingly special for round three. What might be even more disturbing is that “Rough AF” is even rougher and wilder than what the teaser suggested.