Each year, dozens of professional and amateur ski videos come out that are worth watching, but they all have one common feature: snow. This makes sense given the wintry nature of the sport, but lately we've noticed an increase in videos with nary a snowflake in sight. On Earth Day last year we watched a gnarly video of California rock skiing and a few weeks later the folks at Happy Socks debuted a video of stuntman Wilfman Adrian snowboarding on clouds. A few months ago the king of unique ski videos, Candide Thovex, made one of the best edits of all time by skiing down snow-free mountains, glades, and jumping into an Audi Quattro. In the video above, called "The Kook's 2015 Ski Season," a skier cruises down urban steps, gets pulled behind cars, and proves that dry ski edits aren't going anywhere anytime soon.