WE LOVE YOU LARSON | THINK THANK


This past winter the snowboard community lost a great one. Think Thank stitched together this Chris Larson tribute video to, “celebrate his accomplishments as a snowboarder as well as just see and hear him again whenever we need to be with our friend.”

Today is national suicide prevention day. Don’t ignore the signs, trust your judgement. Research shows connecting with someone that cares can make all the difference.
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Chris Luca Larson grew up on video creating some of the most groundbreaking snowboarding segments of all time. His tight-knit group of friends were there with him, filming, snowboarding, laughing and shoveling together. This video isn’t meant to be the ultimate retrospective of Larson or shed light on why he left us so early. Rather this video is so we can celebrate his accomplishments as a snowboarder as well as just see and hear him again whenever we need to be with our friend.

We didn’t just lose Larson to suicide this year, we (the Think Thank / snowboarding family) also lost Jaeger Bailey. That’s two bright lights snuffed out way too early. Please visit, learn and or donate on behalf of Larson and Jaeger to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention here:
afsp.org

Please visit larsonrides.com to learn more about Chris and the Chris Larson Hot Dogger Scholarship Fund.

And most importantly above all else please reach out to each other and love each other with the time we have together.

“We Love You Larson”

Music:
Gus Englehorn “My Own Paradise”
gusenglehorn.bandcamp.com/releases

Kayne West “Dark Fantasy”
youtube.com/watch?v=PeFGaXCYktg

Amulets “Where The Land Meets The Sea”
amulets.bandcamp.com

Interview audio courtesy of Cody Liska and Crude Conversations
crudemag.podbean.com

Filmed by Think Thank, Ross Phillips, Mike Morgan, Bendon Hupp, Mack Collins, Christina Burtner, Sean Genovese, Jesse Burtner, Jake Vesotski, Clayton Linden, Gus Engle, Mark Thompson, Gary Milton, Andre Spinelli and many more.
Photos courtesy of Mike Yoshida and Alex Mertz

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